Egypt’s ECIC wins mandates to execute two road projects in Obour City

Egyptian Company for Integrated Contracting (ECIC) unveils it has been assigned with carrying out two new road flagships worth more than 380 million Egyptian pounds ($21.4 million) in Obour City.

Mohamed Abdel Raouf Hussein, ECIC’s vice-chairman, said Tuesday that his company plans to expand its business in number of additional infrastructure and road projects in the new cities.

“The company is currently implementing various road flagships in Cairo and other governorates,” Hussein further stated.

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