Gulf-based Dar Al-Handasah Company (Shair and Partners) has won a mandate to carry out the engineering design of a towers district project in Egypt’s new administrative capital.
Egyptian Housing Ministry has received an approval Wednesday from the Cabinet to assign Dar Al-Handasah with the engineering design mandate, which will include a number of utilities works.
The proposed new capital of Egypt is a large-scale project announced by Housing Minister Moustafa Madbouly at Egypt Economic Development Conference that took place on 13 March 2015. It is built 45km east of Cairo (28 miles).
Established in 1956, Dar Al-Handasah is one of the world’s leading international consultancies with five design centres in Beirut, Cairo, London, Pune, and Amman in addition to 45 regional operation offices in 30 countries.