National School of Administration and Magistracy Building Project in Cameroon, Africa
|Intended Use:||School of Public Administration Building|
|Building Model:||Next-Generation Container|
|Number of Building:||1 Block, 2 Storeys|
|Total Lenght in Metres:||508 m2|
|Year of the Project:||2020|
|Completion Time:||25 days|
Cameroon School of Public Administration Building
We have completed the construction and delivered the additional service building for the ENAM School of Public Administrators, which provides training for public administrators in Cameroon, one of the Midwest African countries. The building with 10 classrooms, built in the capital Yaoundé, was produced with the next-generation container model.
Standing out with its long-lasting building model and modern appearance, Karmod next-generation container is especially preferred in the making school buildings with the advantage of fast installation that allows them to be put into service in a short time. Germany, France, Malta, Libya, Nigeria and Djibouti are among the countries that prefer the container school model the most.
ENAM, One of the Most Rooted Schools in Cameroon
Established in 1959, ENAM (Ecole Nationale D'Administration Et De Magistratur) is one of the most deep-rooted schools in the country. The prominent feature of the Cameroon Yaoundé school project is that the school provides training to the country's top administrative high-officials. The school, which operates as a public legal entity, provides service orientations for senior administrator candidates and contributes to raising their management skills to a higher level.
The basic education given to all learners at the school includes general administration, law and economics courses. Basic education is followed by specialization courses prepared according to management levels of the learners. Social protection management and social security courses are among the other courses offered by the school.
ENAM also provides training to Ministry employees of some neighboring countries, especially Congo, Central African Republic, Gabon, and Chad.
Container School With 10 Classrooms was Put Into Service in 25 Days
The ENAM school project was designed as a two-storey building and prepared with flatpack container model. Within the scope of the project, 34 units of 230x600 container units were manufactured in Karmod's modern facilities in a short time and shipped to the port of Douala city of Cameroon for installation, and from there to the capital city of Yaoundé, which was the installation site, by sea.
The ENAM school project was designed as a two-storey project and was prepared with the flatpack container model. Within the scope of the project, 34 units of 230x600 container units were manufactured in Karmod's modern facilities in a short time and shipped to the port of Douala city of Cameroon for installation, and from there to the capital city of Yaounde, which is the installation site, by sea.
The 508 m2 container school building, which was started to be built under the supervision of a two-person Karmod supervisor team, was completed in a short period of 25 days with only the support of local labor force and presented to the use of the school administration.