In October 2014 we sent a 3 man team to Ghana for the second time. We were commissioned to carry out topographical surveys of three sites for proposed hospitals by the Ghanaian government
Two of the sites were “green field sites” (Jungle) and the third was an existing hospital which was to be re-developed.
Our team had to endure harsh conditions; 35 degrees Celsius, 90% humidity, Spitting Cobras, tribal feuds and treacherous ground conditions. However with meticulous planning and a great support network, the three surveys ran smoothly and slightly ahead of schedule!
With a few days to spare we even managed to visit one of the sites we surveyed the previous year which was under construction.