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Opening an Administrative Building: Macky Renews Mamadou Dia • Rewmi.com

President of the Republic Macky Sall received a renovated administrative building, now named after the late Mamadou Dia. deceased January 25, 2009 in Dakar, Dia wasPresident of the Council ministers, from 1957 to 1962

"Why I Called the Mamadou Dia Administrative Building"

"I have decided, on behalf of the Senegalese nation, to pay tribute to the glorious sons of the country through the late President of the Council of Ministers, Mamadou Dia, whose rebuilt administrative building now carries the name." This was stated by President Macky Sall at the reception of this building. With this act he will say, "I wanted to pay tribute to this great state servant and to glorify this renowned senegal fighter worthy, confident, glorious, prosperous and supportive. Mamadou Dia undoubtedly remains for our youth, public agents and political class an example of citizenship , a tireless worker, a model of devotion to stubbornness and honesty, according to him, this administrative building has embodied, for almost 60 years, the state in its daily work in the service of its fellow citizens, the heart of government action, a laboratory where public service is organized. a place in the Republic where actions of strategic decisions that deal with the life and destiny of nations are taking place.This confidential historical heritage is time-bound.

"This building is the leader of our development strategy"

On this occasion, he recalled that the administrative building experienced an advanced degradation, representing the risks of civilian security for tenants and users. "So in 2013 I started to rebuild Bamba Ndiaye. It was necessary to undertake the renovation of this building to make this precious public good to modern management, under the leadership of our strategy of creation, "the President of the Republic said. According to Macky Salha, this unprecedented project reflects his special commitment to protecting public goods and preserving national heritage. More than the renovation of the façade, the building has undergone extensive restoration, focusing on improving the strength of the main building, as well as the safety and functionality of space, in accordance with ecological and social standards. modern. "This green building allows efficient water management, but also significant energy savings thanks to the photovoltaic system, with an electric power of 546 kW. Among other things, it has an innovative system for centralized and computerized management of all facilities," he explained.

Building in figures

Christian Adovelande president West African Development Bank (BOAD), said that this important infrastructure would, among other things, improve comfort and working environment, reducing energy costs. "In that sense, a project that has achieved an economic return rate of 18% is easily approved by BOAD's decision-making bodies," he said. According to him, the contribution of this financial institution to the financing of this operation amounts to 25 billion FCFAs, which has led to 919 billion accumulation of their obligations in Senegal, in all sectors. Indeed, various expansion and modification works have been done to significantly improve the work environment in the building. This is an increase in the number of rooms, from 539 to 634, and 9 meeting rooms, 32 waiting rooms, 53 individual toilets, 61 sanitary facilities, 23 warehouses, 67 technical rooms, 12 service homes. safety. Exit from Annex 10th floor, including a conference hall with 275 seats, a meeting room of 70 seats, two restaurants on R-1 and 10 levelsth floor of 286 and 318 seats, with modern kitchen equipment; increase in number of lifts with 7 on 12 and 2 lifts; Restoration of ministerial offices on the northern and southern sides of each floor of the current floor (3th u 8th kata) with the addition of an office with an in-room toilet, a waiting room and auxiliary office for the secretary-general and an inner toilette for each minister's cabinet manager. Covered parking on 2 floors, total capacity 174 seats

That is not all because the Office of the Deputy Secretary General of the Government is planned. There is also a covered parking lot on 2 floors with a total capacity of 174 parking places. The six (06) elevators and two (02) cranes were added to the building. This is also true for sanitary blocks with twenty-two (22) new ones.

Schedule 9th the floor of the office of the Second Deputy Secretary General of the Government, the installation of an air recirculation system from two central process units, in accordance with normative provisions relating to health and safety at work; The installation of the GTB system, the first in Africa, which enables centralization of control and monitoring of technical installations at a computer station, remains the building's specifics. It also records various glory installations, including office lighting, office air conditioners, office blinds, air conditioners, inverters, outdoor lighting, dampers, generators, elevators, solar energy and fire protection systems.

Also, the realization of low-emission glass: reduction of thermal leakage; automatic shutdown of the air conditioner when opening the door and / or the window or empty office; automatic lamp shutdown after 10 mn (time that can be configured with Gtb), if it is not the office; regulating lighting in the light of day and presence of passengers; installation of LED lamps; an indoor fountain circuit or a water leak detection system … have come to intensify the building's intelligence. As far as standards for fire protection are concerned, several measures have been taken. Indeed, with the achievement of 10th the building becomes IGH (high building) which requires special normative requirements for fire protection. Thus, in close cooperation with the Civil Protection Directorate, appropriate facilities have been carried out in accordance with the normative provisions. These are mostly passive floor protection from fireproof plaster; realization of the smoke drainage network; recovery and reconciliation of electricity and drinking water supply; installing a fire detection network or installing a network of RIA (armored pistols), wet pillars and hydrants.

Zachari BADJI

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