A consortium of 4 Egyptian contractors awarded new contract for Cairo Metro Line 4

Egypt’s Arab Contractors consortium with four other Egyptian construction has inked a 26 billion Egyptian pounds contract with Egypt’s National Authority for Tunnels (NAT) for the construction works of first phase of Cairo Metro Line 4.

NAT awarded the contract to the consortium of Hassan Allam Construction, Arab Contractors, Petrojet and Concord.

The scope of the consortium’s work will include 12 Metro stations starting from Hadaek Al Ashgar at 6th of October City until El Mesaha Station in Al Haram Street.  The overall length of this stage comes in at 13.7km, with 11 stations to be constructed underground using the top-down construction method.

They will be connected by 19.6 km of double concrete tunnels, with an internal diameter of 5.8 metres each. The scope of work will also include all civil works, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and architectural works.