Management of the Architectural Engineering Services Limited (AESL), has assured government of its position as a viable partner for rapid national development.
It has, therefore, pledged to provide its clients with real value for money in the execution of development projects.
Alhaji A.M. Mashood, Managing Director of AESL, gave the assurance at the weekend when he called on the Upper East Regional Minister, Bonicase Gambila therefore at Bolgatanga.
The MD, who was on a days duty tour of the region, used the opportunity to introduce the new Regional Consultant, Nana Boamah, to the minister and other stakeholders.
He said the company was the only consultancy firm in the country which had all the requisite expertise under one roof.
The AESL, he, contended stood in a better stead to execute, projects not only on schedule but also of high quality to justify the high investment by government and its clients.
Alhaji Mashood therefore, appealed to the Regional Co-ordinating Council, Municipal and District Chief Executives, MDAS and NGOs to have confidence in the AESL.
The Regional Minister, Mr. Gambila, commended AESL for its ability to extend its services to all parts of the country.
He reiterated his appeal to consultancy firms to ensure that their architectural designs take cognisance of the hostile environmental condition of the North.
“Your designs must cater for windbreaks and must enforce the planting of trees at new project sites before handing over the projects.
Alhaji Mashood, later interacted with AESL staff in the region and called for hard work and dedication to duty.
The company, he said, is facing stiff competition on the job market as a result of globalisation.
“Therefore, your role as the premier consultancy firm in the country cannot be underestimated as much was demanded of you.”
Nana Boamah, the new Regional Consultant, called for maximum co-operation and hard work