President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and the Minister of Public Works, Guyde Moore, have been extolled for the opportunity provided Liberian companies and businesses to contribute toward the infrastructural development of the country.
The President and Chief Executive Officer of the Liberia Renaissance Construction Company (LRCC) Mr. G. Delino Bryant, Sr., made the commendation on Thursday, 27 April when his company was certificated as a good and reliable construction company by the Society for the Promotion of Peace, National Reconciliation and Reunification (SPPNRR).
The LRCC boss said the time has come for Liberian-owned companies and businesses involved in the reconstruction industry to work with integrity by executing projects awarded by the Government of Liberia.
He said the recognition of his company came as a complete shock, adding that it has given him an impetus to perform even better on future contracts from the government through the Ministry of Public Works by operating within the scope of contractual agreement signed with the government.
The LRCC CEO disclosed that the opportunity provided his company is what many Liberian companies and businesses have been seeking for to meaningfully contribute to the rebuilding process of the country, and that he is grateful to the state reposing confidence in him.According to him, the construction profession is not about size of a company, but how effective such firm can speedily perform when given a piece of contract to execute.
CEO Bryant disclosed that LRCC has in its employ about 90 staffs, including technicians and engineers as well as casual laborers whose hard work and dedication has brought the company to where it is today. He then expressed gratitude to the government that his company could become a strong development partner in the infrastructure sector of the country.
Presenting the award earlier to the LRCC boss, the National Chairman of the Society for the Promotion of Peace, National Reconciliation and Reunification, Mr. J. Mayfield Copson, said the firm was selected among several other Liberian construction companies following a competitive vetting process, including monitoring of projects implemented around Monrovia and its environs.
By Emmanuel Mondaye-Editing by Jonathan Browne