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R & Sons build and launch new bridge in Madang

R & Sons Constructions in a historic moment successfully built and delivered the 13 bays Compact 200 Nubia Bailey Bridge in Bogia District of Madang Province in May this year.


From a humble beginning, R & Sons Constructions Limited, a 100% nationally owned and operated company with over 20 years’ experience in civil road works construction and maintenance have made history to build and deliver this bridge.


Managing Director Mr. Thomas Pisimi at the launch said although there were many logistical challenges his team overcame the hurdles and managed to get the bridge completed ahead of schedule.


He said his team had reason to be proud of their achievement delivering the bridge considering the challenges they had to endure to get a vital infrastructure in place for the benefit of the wider community in the province.


Mr. Pisimi thanked his Project Management team and said he was hopeful that the bridge will restore and boost the social and economic activities for the people in the area again.


The original bridge collapsed in 2017 cutting off communities around Yawar and access to Bogia and Madang was only possible via a wet crossing at the river mouth during low tide.


The bridge supplied by Markham Culverts was imported from the United Kingdom and was delivered through the Papua New Guinea-Australia Partnership with the key focus on connecting communities through safer more reliable road infrastructure maintenance and network along the Coastal Highway.


Bogia MP, Robert Naguri, acknowledged Australia’s support stating that the bridge provided direct access to health centers nearby.


He said: "Connecting the Yawar coastal communities and inland communities along the Ramu River through a safer, more reliable crossing is crucial for essential goods and services to reach every community member.”


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R & Sons wins contract from Morobe Provincial Administration

R & Sons Constrictions has won a K2.4 million contract from the Morobe Provincial Administration and Government to redevelop the Morobe provincial headquarter car park and fencing to give it a newer look.


Provincial Administrator Mr. Bart Ipambonj signed the official contract agreement with R & Sons Managing Director Mr. Thomas Pisimi on Friday, 13 September at the Provincial Budget Conference room.


During signing Mr. Ipambonj said R & Sons Construction was selected after a very competitive screening process by members of the Provincial Supply and Tenders Board.


He said the company has an outstanding and valuable reputation with experience in carrying out similar projects in parts of the city and province, so this contract was awarded on the back of its impeccable track record.


“Thus with confidence we the Provincial Administration are giving you the car park redevelopment and fencing projects to undertake. The project funding of K2.4 million is ready and will be transferred to the company to begin work immediately,” Mr Ipambonj said.


Mr. Ipambonj further stated that the Provincial Administration and Government were waiting for this development which would lift the image of their headquarters. So under the new approach taken by the Provincial Administration it ensured that funds were made available before the contract is awarded.


Mr. Pisimi thanked the Provincial Government and the Provincial Administration for awarding the contract to his company and said his company has the manpower, equipment, and resources to undertake and complete the project within the time-frame.

“A plan of the project was documented and submitted to the responsible authorities to see and we are ready to commence construction in the coming weeks. But before that, we will have a pre-start meeting with you all to outline the project plan.
I want to assure you that we will deliver the project on schedule and within budget,” said Mr. Pisimi.


Acting Provincial Administrator responsible for Physical Infrastructure & Growth Centre, Mr. Lucas Kissu said with the confidence the Provincial Government has for the company they expect a good job and looked forward to enjoying the facilities.


This is one of many projects awarded to R & Sons Constructions by the Provincial Government. To name a few, earlier projects undertaken by the company in the city include the rehabilitation of Lae city roads from the Highlands Highway intersection of Boundary Road to Milford Haven Road junction and concrete pavement and rehabilitation of Huon Road from Bumbu junction to Milford Haven junction.


Other projects are pavement upgrading and sealing of Angau Memorial Hospital car park and driveways and upgrade and sealing of the University of Technology campus roads.

R & Sons MD Mr. Thomas Pisimi  signing the contract in the presence of Provincial Government representatives on 12 September 2019

R & Sons donates to earthquake appeal

R & Sons Construction Ltd made a major cash donation to the Highlands Earthquake Relief appeal organized by members of the Women Arise Association in Lae in March this year.
This was to assist people in the highlands who were affected by the 7.5 magnitude earthquake that struck Southern Highlands, Hela, and parts of the Western province in late February.


Being a company from SHP one of the earthquake-induced disaster-stricken province, R & Sons Construction donated K10, 000.00 in cash to the appeal Committee chaired by Ms. Sarah Haoda-Todd.
Ms. Todd said R & Sons Construction was one of the biggest cash donators to the relief appeal effort and was grateful that the company stepped forward with a huge gesture to assist people that were displaced by the earthquake and in need for support. The other was a trucking company from Hela province.


The cheque was delivered to Haoda-Todd by Managing Director, Mr. Thomas Pisimi who said his company was pleased to support a humanitarian course and provide relief for people who were affected by the natural disaster. He said, “the situation was critical and required urgent attention so his company stepped forward to assist”.


Mr. Pisimi said many lives and properties were lost during the disaster and the company hoped its donation would help some of the victims get their lives back on track.


   R & Sons MD, Mr. Thomas Pisimi (center) handing company donation to Ms. Sarah Todd

R & Sons undertakes PNG-Australia funded road works

The PNG and Australian Governments are committed to ensuring priority roads in the country remain usable through a partnership funding approach with the engagement of local contractors. Recently a contract was awarded to R&Sons Constructions to carry out minor and major road repair works along sections of the Okuk Highway starting from Morobe province.
Last year the PNG_Australia Partnership supported more than K60 million worth of maintenance work on national priority roads. The work was delivered by more than 70 contractors to make roads safer and reliable for use. As a local contractor that was recognized through this partnership, R&Sons Construction is very committed to ensuring the projects are undertaken to required and accepted standards with value for money.


Project Manager for R&Sons, Mr. Marcus Wamugl said regular contracts awarded to small local contractors such as R&Sons enabled small businesses to grow and participate in essential road projects and also gave confidence for small companies to bid for bigger projects.