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Interserve lines up Sierra Leone work

Interserve has won a £3.5 million contract to revamp the electricity network in the west African country of Sierra Leone.

The country’s National Power Authority has asked the firm to repair and construct the Western Area transmission and distribution network.

It includes supplying and stringing 13 km of 33kV, double circuit overhead line from steel lattice towers, including building and repairing damaged towers, installing 11 km of 11kV wood pole overhead lines and supplying and testing 5 km of HV copper cables.

The work will take 12 months to complete.