BY ELLISON VAHI
LOCAL CHEC surveyor Mr Timothy Itogho has completed his three weeks internship with the China Harbour Engineering Company limited last week with a certificate.
Itogho who hails from Aola village in east Guadalcanal is a graduate certificate student at the national university (SINU) and has joined the group company since July 18 this year in doing his internship under the close watch of his supervisor and mentor Mr Raine whom is the QA/QC Manager.
Speaking to the Island Sun last week, Itogho said the training has given him an opportunity as well has equipped him with a lot of confidence in building him towards his future career.
He give all the credit to his mentors for their kind support in mentoring him throughout, and hence wishes to thank them, especially; Mr Raine, Oscar, Jimmy and Andy.
Mr Raine said that Timothy is with a lot of passion for his field career.
“Timothy has never hestitated to learn and ask what he doesn’t know about and thus working with him was great.”
China Harbour Engineering Company Ltd is helping Solomon Islands rebuild transport infrastructure damaged by flash floods in 2014.
Since then, the project under the NTF has help fund construction of vital infrastructure designed to be more resilient against disasters and other climate threats. It also has restores bridges, stream crossings, culverts, and bridge approach roads.
To date, since 2015 has completed a lot of flood recovery bridges, including the Naro –lambi project in west Guadalcanal are currently reconstructing the Mbokokimbo Bridge at east Guadalcanal and hence once completed will then that their contract will be laps and hopes that the project will complete before the end of this year 2018.
Hence, China Harbour Engineering Company Ltd. (CHEC) is a world-renowned international contractor that is a subsidiary of China Communications Construction Company Ltd.