Egyptian Engineering and Consulting Bureau (ECB) is in charge of supervising and designing projects in the country’s new administrative capital and New Cairo with total investments 16 billion Egyptian pounds.
Mohamed Abdel Ghany, ECB’s founder, said that the new administrative capital captures the lion share of the company business volume.
The company has signed deals to manage and supervise projects including Il Bosco, Vinchy, Capital I and Capital II.
He added that the company has finished supervising the implementation of the villas in the three phases of Il Bosco and the buildings of the first two phases, while planning to deliver the units of the project during the current year.
Located 45km (28 miles) east of Cairo, the anticipated new capital city is part of the Egyptian government’s plan to expand urban areas to deal with the state’s rapid population growth and improve the nation’s infrastructure.
The new city is set to be a 270-square-mile hub with 21 residential districts to accommodate five million people. It will feature 1,250 mosques and churches as well as 5,000-seat conference center, nearly 2,000 schools and colleges, over 600 medical facilities, and a park that is projected to be the world’s largest.
ECB is working on 190 projects in Egypt, while looking to expand its business into the foreign markets, he added.