Egypt’s Architecture and Planning Group (APG) says it has signed a contract to supervise the implementation of the Faculty of Engineering’s building in Ahram Canadian University, located in Sixth of October City.
The private Canadian university in Egypt, which was built by Ahram Egyptian daily newspaper, includes School of Business as well as faculties of pharmacy, computer and information technology, mass communication, oral and dental medicine, and engineering.
APG is planning to carry out the building within a time frame of 18 months, its branch manager Mohamed Hassan told Amwal Al Ghad on Monday.
Also, APG is seeking to deliver the main headquarters of Union National Bank (UNB) in Giza’s Mohandessin district, at a total cost worth 160 million Egyptian pounds ($8.9 million), Hassan added.
“We are supervising the establishment and designs of Kuwaiti Embassy in Khartoum in favour of Kuwaiti’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, at a cost totalling around 187 million pounds,” the Egyptian official said.