Portugal’s BCA hired to suit public works projects in Angola

5 June 2013

Portuguese company Baptista da Costa & Associados (BCA) has been awarded two consultancy tenders in Angola for projects in the areas of health, water supply and sanitation, involving public investments of US$150 million, a company shareholder said in Lisbon Tuesday.

Luís Rosa, a shareholder of the auditing and consulting company in partnership with NPR – Consultores, told Portuguese news agency Lusa that the two projects were funded by the International Development Agency (IDA), of the World Bank Group.

BCA is part of Praxity, a world alliance of auditing and consulting companies present in 96 countries with total turnover of US$3.7 billion, and also audits a number of Angolan development projects funded by the African Development Bank (ADB), specifically to improve water supply and train state workers. (macauhub)