Egypt’s Arab Contractors starts delivering housing flagship in Equatorial Guinea

Egyptian state-run construction firm, Arab Contractors said on Wednesday it has started delivering a new major residential project in Equatorial Guinea, at a cost ranging between €60 million and €70 million.

“We tap 19 African countries through carrying out giant bundle of infrastructure and residential projects there,” head of African sector Ibrahim Mabrouk said.

Speaking to Amwal Al Ghad, Mabrouk added that Arab Contractors competes to execute a number of flagships in four African countries.

These works will include infrastructure, road projects in Abidjan and Uganda as well as sewage network and drinking water stations in Mauritania, he added.