Sacyr Mutu-Ya-Kevela School project opened by President of Angola
The President of the Republic of Angola, Joao Manuel Gonçalves Lourenço, has inaugurated the Liceo Mutu-Ya-Kevela School in Luanda following the comprehensive rehabilitation undertaken by Sacyr Somague, a subsidiary of Sacyr Ingeniería e Infraestructuras for US$22 million.
Sacyr Somague has carried out the integral rehabilitation of the building maintaining the spirit of the original construction dating from 1936-1942 and is classified as a National Monument.
Among the actions include new access to the building, improvements in the structure and organization of the property and the adequacy of teaching spaces to current needs with more sports facilities. As well as the restoration of the mosaics of the walls, doors, roofs, interior patios, gardens, etc. All the infrastructures and electrical, hydraulic and ventilation have been completely renovated.
The complex is equipped with an exterior area of 52,510 m², the building has 15,600 m² of constructed area distributed on two floors and one below ground. The school has 31 classrooms, 7 laboratories, nursing, cafeteria and 4 sports fields, 3 amphitheatres, among other facilities.
Angola is a reference country for Sacyr Ingeniería e Infraestructuras where its subsidiary Sacyr Somague, which started its activity in Angola in 1958 with the Cambambe dam, has developed over the last 15 years civil works projects (hydraulic, port, airport, road ) and building (hospitals, colleges and universities, commercial and residential centres) among which the Kinaxixi commercial complex stands out, performances at the airports of Catumbela (Benguela) and on February 4 (Luanda), Agostinho Neto Library, maritime terminal of the Port of Luanda, Luanda Medical Centre. At present, 5% of the work portfolio of Sacyr Ingeniería e Infraestructuras is located in the country.
Sacyr Ingeniería e Infraestructuras and its subsidiary Sacyr Somague are committed to the development of the African country and to the improvement of its infrastructures.