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March 6, 2021
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KCCA FC Stadium: Sarjan To Begin 18-Month First Phase Construction Of MTN Omondi.

An Artistic Impression of MTN Omondi Stadium. ( Credit: KCCA FC Media).

Construction firm Sarjan is to commence its 18-month first phase construction at MTN Omondi after Kampala City Council Authority Football Club handed over it’s site to the firm on Wednesday.

The site was handed over to Sarjan Construction Company on Wednesday after the firm emerged as the top bidder following the clubs bidding process.

In May 2020,KCCA FC revealed plans for its 10000 seater capacity, which will be built alongside floodlights, a club messuenm and a mega complex.

Construction on the development that will cost 10 billion is expected to completed by 2023 which each phase being constructed for a period of one year subject to KCCA FC approval, due on 15th May 2020.

According to a statement released by the Lugogo based club on Wednesday, KCCA have Confirmed Sarjan Construction Company founded in 2003 as civil and building construction company as the main contractor of the new stadium.

“we are pleased to inform the public that Sarjan Construction was selected as the contractors for the scheduled construction works.” reads part of the club statement.

The ariel view of the proposed new MTN Omondi stadium.

With the site now being handed over, Sarjan Construction Company is expected to complete the first phase in a period of 18-month.

” The site has been handed over to Sarjan Contstruction to commence works for the first phase of construction. These works are expected to last a period of 18 months.”

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