Egypt’s leading construction company, Arab Contractors (AC) plans to hand over Jacque Ville bridge project in Ivory Coast next November, an official from the company told Amwal Al Ghad.
AC’s African sector Ashraf Rateb said on Wednesday Jacque Ville bridge project in Ivory Coast will be finalised next November, at a total cost of US$38 million.
On a space of 1000 metres, Jacque Ville bridge project is one of the key national projects in Ivory Coast that links the country’s two main cities, he noted.
Rateb also revealed that the bridge is one of Arab Contractors’ biggest projects in Africa, that links the capital Abidjan and Jacqueville City.
Moreover, the Egyptian official stated that Arab Contractors has finalised 55% of total projects in Africa of US$3 billion.
Road projects seize the lion’s share of AC’s total businesses in Africa, at value of US$1.7 billion approximately. Coming second in the list, AC’s underway housing projects in Africa account for around US$560 million. The infrastructure projects rank third, acquiring value of about US$500 million.