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TPF ANGOLA and TPF Planege oversee construction of the future Information Centre of United Nations for African Portuguese Speaking Countries (PALOP), in Luanda
The Consortium constituted by the companies TPF ANGOLA / TPF PLANEGE signed with the Ministry of Social Communication of the Republic of Angola, for the supervision and oversight of the construction of the future INFORMATION CENTER OF THE UNITED NATIONS FOR PALOP building in Luanda.
Given the prestigious status of the entity Promoter - United Nations (UN), the architect designer of the project sought to propose architectural objects convey a bearing of dignity and relevance in the capital city of the Republic of Angola.
This is an emblematic building in which one can identify three distinct bodies in height, including the Museum, the technical areas and spaces for rooms for events, conference and meeting, in which the architecture clearly shows a rearrangement that minimizes and unlock the potential architectural monotony that a building of this nature and with this magnificence could reveal.
With The main purpose of making known through general exhibitions and museology, the origins of the different countries of PALOP, with their clear differences, but also with the many common features, in addition to Portuguese, the building demand therefore assert itself through its differentiation, quality and integration of care, leaving no one indifferent.
TPF ANGOLA and TPF Planege in Angolan Agricultural Development - Program of Agro-Industrial Clustering in Caxito, including the construction of Agro-Industrial Centre for Technology Transfer
The consortium comprises the companies TPF ANGOLA and TPF Planege signed a contract with the Ministry of industry of the Republic of Angola for implementing a Cluster in the agro-industrial sector in Caxito, the capital of Bengo province.
In addition to the Administrative Centre, Caxito is an important agricultural centre due to the presence of the irrigated perimeter which occupies an important alluvial low on the right bank of the river Dande (with an area of more than 2500 acres), being an agricultural area with appropriate conditions to serve as a model to Program Clustering.
Agriculture is a strategic sector in Angola and there are conditions for establishment of companies for agricultural production, to the area of the processing of their products and, consequently, for the installation of companies directly and indirectly linked to these two activities.
The Consortium's work will allow the implementation of a cluster in the agro-industrial sector contributing to make the capital of Bengo Province an important facilitator and aggregator pole of agricultural and agro-industrial activity of the Dande River valley.
This project aims to facilitate smooth traffic flow and to enhance the urban growth of Hyderabad city.
TPF Planege, integrating a Consortium with Promontório, won the tender launched by the Algerian company Entreprise de Gestion Touristique du Centre concerning the remodelling project of Amaroua Hotel in Tizi-Ouzou in Algeria.
· As leader of TPF Consortium with the companies Synergia, Projetec and Biodesign, TPF Planege signed last 10th October with the Agency for the Development of Zambezi Valley (ADVZ), of the Ministry of Plan and Development of the Republic of Mozambique, the contract for the execution of the Special Plan for Zambezi Valley.
Synergia was one of the main speakers at the International Symposium on Studies of Integrated Urban Development, held in Managua, capital city of Nicaragua, between this 25Th and 27Th of September.
After having joined the TPF Group in 2008, BAGON Ingénieurs Conseils, a Structural Engineering Consulting Firm created in 1942, continued its successful development and integration within TPF. It was therefore only natural that the merger with TPF had been carried out.
The office building Black Pearl, under construction in Brussels, was covered by the newspaper "La Libre Belgique" dated July 2, 2013. Our subsidiary TPF Engineering is involved in this major project. After completion of the structural design, TPF Engineering is currently in charge of the work supervision.
TPF Planege, and TPF Angola, are developing the services of verification of the project and supervision of the construction works of Uige water network and household connections, in Angola.
The Grant Road Skywalk under construction in Mumbai was prominently covered by the speciality magazine STEEL STRUCTURES & METAL BUILDING, where in an interview with the Managing Director of SN Bhobe Mr Atul Bhobe has also been featured.
We are proud and privileged at S. N. Bhobe and Associates Pvt. Ltd., (SNBAPL) to associate with Supreme Infrastructure (I) Ltd.
We are pleased to announce that on 24 October 2012, TPF, directly and through its subsidiary TPF Ukraine, took a 51 % stake in the Ukrainian company Ukrdesigngroup(UDG).