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Appolonia City Of Light, Accra

Appolonia is a 941 ha (2,300 acres) mixed-use land development located on the outskirts of Accra, the capital of Ghana (30 km from Accra’s Central Business District). The client’s (Rendeavour) Masterplan proposes various land uses including residential, retail, light industrial, leisure and commercial plots, with infrastructure and development control. A private community development of this scale and size will be the first of its kind in Ghana.

Rendeavour is Africa’s largest urban land developer owning more than 12,000 ha of land in the urban growth areas of major cities in Kenya, Ghana, Nigeria, Zambia, and the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Visit to N Ireland by Rendeavour Representatives

Following McAdam Design's successful tendering for Consultancy Services with Rendeavour, on 1st March 2017 Rendeavour representatives - Danny Kambo (Construction Delivery Director, Africa) and Amey Dovlo (Infrastructure Manager, Ghana) visited a number of NI Water wastewater treatment projects designed by McAdam Design at Magherafelt and Lisburn. Peter Quartey-Papafio (Associate) and Brian Pinkstone (Process Specialist) accompanied the Rendeavour representatives providing guidance and an opportunity for Rendeavour to review the operation of range of wastewater treatment processes successfully designed and implemented in N Ireland.


McAdam Design are providing consultancy services to client developer Rendeavour to provide wastewater solutions for the phased development (value US $250 M) which will include up to 20,000 houses and commercial zones on completion. At the end of June 2017 McAdam Design completed their Wastewater Feasibility Study Report for the client.

Image Top: Artist’s Impression of the Completed Appolonia City of Light
Image Left: Danny Kambo, Amey Dovlo & Peter Quartey-Papafio at Magherafelt WwTW
Image Right: Magherafelt WwTW Manager discusses works with Amey Dovlo, Danny Kambo & Brian Pinkstone

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