ASM staff participated in the ribbon cutting ceremony of the intermediary tuberculosis (TB) center (CAT) of Adjamé in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire on March 26, 2014. CAT-Adjamé is the highest TB burden center in the country, diagnosing, monitoring and treating an average of about 3000 patients per year. ASM helped renovate CAT-Adjamé’s TB microscopy laboratory, the clinical biology laboratory, and the wash room through a phased process that involved sending an ASM engineer to help design the renovation plan and identifying a local contractor to perform the renovation. The renovation was finalized over a three-month period, as planned, and the ribbon cutting ceremony included the Director General of the Ministry of Health and the Country Director and Laboratory Chief of CDC/PEPFAR- Côte d’Ivoire. This marks ASM’s second renovated TB laboratory in Côte d’Ivoire.