Presentation on theme: "I believe her!. Picture of the new royal hotel under construction on 15 th street Sinkor."— Presentation transcript:
I believe her!
Picture of the new royal hotel under construction on 15 th street Sinkor
The IAF Corporate Office and Showroom on Tubman Blvd. This building was completed in 2008
This building is next to the IAF Building on Tubman Blvd.
Newly constructed housing units in Firestone
Thinker Village Hotel
Thinker Village Hotel and beach
The Rose Garden Building on Capitol By-Pass
Ecobank, Sinkor Branch
New LBDI Bank building on 9 th St. in Sinkor is completed and open for business
Guaranty Trust Bank Opening Ceremony at their Head Office in Clara Town, Monrovia Liberia, May 28, 2009
Apartment Building on Payne Avenue, in Sinkor
Apartment Building on Cheeseman Avenue in Sinkor
Another beautiful building, recently built in Sinkor
An apartment building in Sinkor, freshly painted for President Bush visit
Apartment Building on the beach in Sinkor 16 th St.
PAS (Precious Andrews Stakehouse) Larkpazee Sinkor
Garden Cafe, 14th Street Sinkor
Not sure what this building is. It is newly constructed and it's in Sinkor right next to the old Relda Cinema
The Cape Hotel in Mamba Point
The Cape Hotel Mamba Point, Monrovia
Mamba Point, looking down at the Atlantic Ocean. That's Krystal Oceanview hotel on the right with the flags.
Over looking the Atlantic Ocean, from Ducor Hill
Another view from Ducor Hill
Embassy, a new spot on Tubman Blvd, near Old Road Junction (Dec. 2007)
Moko's Bed and Breakfast
Moko's Bed and Breakfast kitchen
La Noche Bar and Restaurant on Center Street, next to Justice Ministry, Monrovia, Liberia, October 2009
Pan African Plaza (UNMIL Headquarters) Palm African Plaza
Renovation,Construction and repairs of Government buildings Ministry of finance
Post and Telecommunications building on Carey and McDonald Street has also undergone some renovations.
Nancy Doe Market in Sinkor after Renovation
Temple of Justice is currently under renovation. (January 2008)
After renovation. In the bright African sun, the cream color paint on the building looks gold.
The Capitol Building really looks good after renovation.
The new court houses and administrative buildings to the left and Temple of Justice in the background to the right,
The blue and white building to the right is the Police Headquarters
Ongoing construction works of the National Election Commission Building on Tubman Blvd 9 th and 10 th streets
Tubman Blvd. and 10th Street Intersection
Newly constructed fence around center and Gurley streets commentary
ROADS AND DRAINAGES CONSTRUCTION AND/OR REHABILITATION section of Tubman Blvd, between 3rd and 12th Streets
Road Construction on Tubman Blvd
The first section of Tubman Blvd, that was renovated was between 12 Street and 18 Street. The renovated section was opened to the public on Christmas day. The road is smooth, and great to drive on.
Check the road out now! The potatoes are gone. It's not finish yet, but the Chinese are making progress.
Check out our new smooth road
Road work has begun in central Monrovia
Old pavement on Broad Street was removed for new pavement
Work is ongoing at the intersection of broad and center streets
LEC is also at work
The first layer of pavement has been made on this section of Broad Street
Kids making use of the new pavement and cleared street to play a game of soccer
Road Construction equipment in the downtown area. Broad Street, Benson Street and some of the side streets are being repaired
Looking up Gurley Street towards Commerce. The first layer of pavement is complete
Broad and Gurley Street. First layer of pavement is completed
Drainage system being installed on the Jallah Town Road, near 9th Street
Sidewalk and drainage system being built on the Jallah Town Road near 9th Street
Reconstruction on the Bensonville - Barnersville Road This 8-mile road project when completed will connect Mount Barclay to Barnersville
Drainage system running up Gardnersville Road.
Drainage being installed on Johnsonville Road. The road has been raised, and small bridges installed over low points. (January 2008)
The University of Liberia Campus at Fendall Under the administration of President Ellen-Johnson Sirleaf, many wonderful things have been occurring in Liberia, one of which is the construction work going on at the University of Liberia Fendall Campus. The construction is underway and the Chinese contractors have Liberians amazed. A sneak preview of what is to come
Pictures of a National Housing Authority Project: New housing development underway on Robertsfield Highway in Liberia, October 2009 sign board of what is to come: New Housing Development, Century Investment (Africa) Co., LTD, Working with N.H.A.
These models are of the new housing development project on Robertsfield Highway in Margibi County Liberia.
This model is made out of compressed bricks
This model is made out of wood. It looks like a wood cabin
JFK Hospital in Monrovia is currently under reconstruction. These are pictures of the hospital and it's grounds
Thank you America, from the Liberian People
The newly renovated TNIMA building at the JFK complex in Monrovia
The opening of the newly renovated West Wing at J.F.K. Memorial Hospital Sunday, January 3, 2010, Monrovia, Liberia
Patients computerize registration area
Inside one of the two new elevators
The 2nd Floor West Wing, J.F.K, Memorial Hospital
3rd Floor West Wing
4th Floor Surgical Floor, West Wing
Christmas Decoration in the compound of the J.F.K Memorial Hospital
Welcome to the Oil Palm Fair. SKD Stadium Monrovia, Liberia Male (left) and Female (right) Palm Nuts
The top nut and the bottom nut were crossed to get the bigger nut on the right. Agriculture must be interesting!
These are the results and they are suppose to bear 3 to 5 times more oil palms a year.
This machine squeezes the oil from the palm nut
Making Palm Oil
Freedom Mill Oil Palm Machine. These are about $800.00
This machine crushes palm nuts to make Palm Kernel Oil
February 2008 Demolition Day (Airfield Road Repairs) There are many illegal structures in Monrovia. Structures placed on sidewalks, government land, other people property, etc. Structures that are marked for removal have XMPW painted on them like the container in the picture above.
Structures in Wroto Town "Airfield" that were marked and not remove by the owners, were demolished on Saturday, February 9th, 2008 by the Ministry of Public Works. Some of the comments I heard were "So, the old ma was serious ehn". "We didn't move it, because we thought the government didn't have money to fix the road."
These folks are taking down the shade to their shop that was partly built on the sidewalk. Because they and others have built on the sidewalk, or place large objects like containers and booths on the sidewalk, people are forced to walk on the road.