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Key Kenya road project stalled

A key Kenya road construction project has stalled.Construction work has stalled in Kenya on the important Kenol-Sagana-Marua Road project. The Chinese firm Jiangxi Transportation Engineering Group has stopped its work due to delays with payments. The project was originally due to be completed in late 2024 but this was then brought forward to the end of 2022, before a number of delays set in. The project involves widening an 84km road stretch so that it features a dual carriageway configuration with two lanes in either direction rather than a single lane in either direction. A portion of the financing for the project is being provided via the African Development Bank (AfDB). The project is being managed by the Kenya National Highways Authority. Work started on the project in the third quarter of 2020 and the route forms part of the transport corridor linking Kenya’s capital, Nairobi, and its premier port, Mombasa, with Addis Ababa, capital of neighbouring Ethiopia. Kenya

Kekava Bybass opens with Kapsch technology

Latvia’s recently opened “high-speed” Kekava Bypass is using Kapsch traffic technology to ensure safety of drivers as they travel between the capital Riga and Lithuania. The Kekava Bypass - Latvias first "high-speed road" - opened in October and with it a traffic management system from Kapsch TrafficCom started operation. The bypass is providing an efficient alternative for motorists travelling between the Latvian capital Riga, on the Baltic Sea, and neighbouring Lithuania to the south. Traffic in the small town of Kekava is now being reduced. Meanwhile, Kapsch TrafficComs cameras, sensors and radar systems, as well as a modern and flexible traffic management software platform are contributing significantly to safety and sustainability along the bypass. "The Kekava project is not only a milestone for road PPPs [public-private partnerships] and traffic in Latvia, but a testament to the positive influence of state-of-the-art technology on road safety," said Marko Frank, mobility expert and regional sales director at Kapsch TrafficCom. The nearly 18km-long bypass is part of the A7 Bauska Highway, one of Latvia’s busiest roads with an average daily traffic volume of 17,000 vehicles and up to more than 25,000 at peak periods. The bypass is also designated part of pan-European TEN-T network called route E67 - the Via Baltica (Helsinki – Tallinn–Riga–Panevežys–Kaunas–Warsaw–Prague). Construction of the €250 million bypass started in 2021 on what is the first highway in Latvia designated a high-speed road; pedestrians, cyclists and slow-moving agricultural vehicles are prohibited. However, pedestrians and cyclists are allowed on the parallel roads. Juris Fridmanis, general manager of the private partner consortium Kekava ABT, said he was confident that Kapsch TrafficCom technologies will ensure safe and efficient operation of the Kekava Bypass for the next 20 years. It is monitored 24 hours per day thanks to more than 20 video surveillance cameras, two weather stations, traffic counting sensors, as well as data system analysing the traffic flow. Maximum driving speed on the bypass during the summer has been set at 120kmph but reduced to 90kph during winter - October 16 to April 15. According to the client, the state-owned road management agency Latvian State Roads (LVC, Latvijas Valsts Celi) there are 900 lighting fixtures, 4 Latvia

National Highways calls in the dogs

England’s National Highways agency has brought in several dogs to sniff out the invasive Japanese knotweed plant on the M25 junction 10 upgrade project. In an effort to tackle invasive Japanese knotweed on their M25 junction 10 upgrade, National Highways has enlisted the help of some four-legged friends. Japanese knotweed often develops into dense thickets and although it dies back over winter, it regrows in the spring, shooting up to more than 2m high and with its large leaves suppressing most other plant growth. National Highways called on three highly trained sniffer dogs – Fenix the Dutch Shepherd and Spaniels Nica and Nettle – to root out the weed and prevent it spreading. The specially trained dogs can sniff out the plant’s rhizomes – roots and shoots that grow horizontally under the soil and from which the plant stems periodically shoot upwards. When the dogs detect Japanese knotweed, they freeze to alert their handler. This allows National Highways to take swift action to eradicate the plant and prevent further spread. If not found and dealt with, the plant can cause serious problems to buildings and structures. It’s also an offence under a UK Wildlife and Countryside to allow the invasive plants to spread in the wild, which is why National Highways called in the canine specialists to help solve the issue. Pippa Jordan, environment lead on National Highways M25 J10 improvement scheme, said conservation plays an important role in the agency’s construction projects. “Before we start, we create a map of the area which shows nearby plant species allowing us to tackle any invasive species growing on the construction site. “In this case, we decided to put our paws on the pavement and take a unique approach to tackling the Japanese knotweed. These sniffer dogs are not only adorable, but also incredibly skilled at detecting the presence of unwanted plants, especially those not readily visible,” said Jordan. Kat Janczur, owner and handler at Canine Detection Solutions which supplied the dogs, said the dogs can pick up the scent that Japanese knotweed rhizome gives off into the soil. Each dog, however, can be worked for only 30 minutes before requiring rest for at least the same time to keep efficiency levels up. All dogs successfully found several areas where rhizomes were located underground. These areas would have United Kingdom

Fluor Wins $3B of Contracts for Dows Planned Net-zero Facility in Canada

As previously announced and recognized in the third quarter on a confidential basis, Fluor Corporation (NYSE: FLR) was awarded two contracts from Dow for the construction of the world’s first net-zero scope 1 and 2 emissions integrated ethylene cracker and derivatives complex in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, Canada. The reimbursable services contracts represent a total value of more than $3 billion and consist of engineering, procurement and construction management for a new ethylene cracker unit and for the associated utilities, power and infrastructure facilities. The overall program also includes the expansion and retrofit of Dow’s existing manufacturing facilities. Dow announced in November that its board of directors declared the Final Investment Decision for the project, which is part of Dow’s Path2Zero program, intended to lower the greenhouse gas emissions of its manufacturing facilities while growing capacity and delivering low-emissions products to customers. “This program represents a major step towards Dow’s commitment to decarbonize its global footprint,” said Jim Breuer, group president of Fluor’s Energy Solutions business segment. “We have a long history of successful project execution with Dow, and we are grateful to be given the opportunity to support their objective to be a leader in sustainable chemicals production.” Dow’s net-zero scope 1 and 2 emissions integrated ethylene cracker and derivatives complex is projected to decarbonize approximately 20% of the company’s global ethylene capacity while growing its polyethylene capacity by approximately two million metric tonnes per annum. “Fluor has been a great partner over decades and this project builds on Dow’s very successful Texas-9 and associated projects, delivering more than 15% return on invested capital since its 2017 start-up,” said Ron Huijsmans, Dow’s Global MEGA Project Director. “We are excited to have Fluor on board again to deliver a similar or even better project outcome.” In February, Fluor was awarded the front-end engineering and design contract for the project. Construction began in July on early works and the program is expected to come online in phases, with the first phase starting up in 2027 and the second phase starting up in 2029. Canada

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