Prime-Minister Visited Civil Engineering College in Zestaponi
On November 16, 2018, Prime-Minister of Georgia Mamuka Bakhtadze and Governor of Imereti Shavlego Tabatadze visited newly-constructed civil engineering college Construct2 in Zestaponi.
Construct2 represents a joint project by the Georgian Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sports and the development firm m². Its total investment value is GEL 3 million.
Each year, the college will train up to 600 certified specialists through 11 short-term professional programmes, as well as labour safety and environmental technology specialists through the state programme. As part of the project, the college will provide employment for up to 50 academic and up to 30 administrative staff.The civil engineering college, will admit its first batch of students in 2019.