Chinese Government provides RMB 360 million grant for Phase I of the Nongo Stadium Construction Project (Linked to #64472)
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Funding agency [Type]
China Ministry of Commerce [Government Agency]
Other social infrastructure and services (Code: 160)
In 2004, the Chinese Government agreed to provided a grant worth RMB 360 million to the Government of Guinea for Phase I of the Nongo Stadium (Stade Nongo) Construction Project. Phase II is captured in project #60579. The stadium was later renamed the General Lansana Conté Stadium.In 2004, Central-South Architectural Design Institute Co. (CSADI, 中南建筑设计院) began designing the 50,019-person stadium. Shanghai Construction Group General Co. (上海建工集团总公司) was responsible for project implementation. Phase I works began on September 18, 2007 and ended on November 28, 2011. The official handover ceremony was held on January 18, 2012.The multi-purpose stadium sits on a 240,000 square meter plot of land and had a total construction area of 34,000 square meters. There are eight standard track and field stadiums with 400-meter tracks, as well as long jump, high jump, pole vault, triple jump, shot put, hammer throw, discus, javelin, obstacle race and other track and field facilities. There is a standard football field in the central area with a large screen. The ceiling is a metal steel structure grid, and the auxiliary facilities include athlete lounge, VIP lounge, kitchen, dining room, parking lot, fence, generator room, green space, etc..Phase II (#60579) of the Nongo Stadium (Stade Nongo) Construction Project was also carried out by Shanghai Construction Group General Co. (上海建工集团总公司).Works began on June 6, 2014 and ended in January 2015. The handover certificate was signed on March 18, 2015. Phase II involved renovations and upgrades to the stadium grounds such as the stadium walls, guard houses, sewage pipelines, parking lots, roads, flagpoles, and electrical facilities.
Other project names: Stade Nongo or Stade Général Lansana Conté or 几内亚体育场 or 援几内亚科纳克里体育场第一期建.This facility is also called the General Lansana Conté Stadium or Unity Stadium or Conakry Stadium.
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Receiving agencies [Type]
Government of Guinea [Government Agency]
Implementing agencies [Type]
Central-South Architectural Design Institute Co.,Ltd. [Private Sector]; Shanghai Construction Group General Co. [State-owned Company]