The Dutch legend, Gerald Turk, the former Project Manager of the Limbe Quay Wall in Cameroon, has said his company put in the best to realise the project. He also said he must equally put in his best to complete the Al-DABBIYA Phase 3 Project in the UAE, one of BAM International’s projects.
Turk, in collaboration with BAM International, designed and constructed the Limbe Shipyard, approximately 80 kilometres north of Douala from 2012-2014.
During the Dutch’s stay in Cameroon, he did not only focus on construction works, but also visited orphanages and cared for the needy. He also sponsored athletes for the Mt. Cameroon Race of Hope.
Al-DABBIYA Phase 3 Project, which he is presently spearheading, is one of BAM International’s projects among many others such as; the Rehabilitation and Extension Kilomanjaro Airport Tanzania project, GTV Hotel project, Ckararan-Indonesia, FEED Contract Marine Works Package.
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