Egypt’s state-run construction firm Arab Contractors is planning to deliver two flagships in the African continent by next November, at a cost worth €131 million ($154.8 million).
Ibrahim Mabrouk, AC’s African sector head, told Amwal Al Ghad on Monday that the company had completed 85 percent of a 114-km road project in Democratic Republic of Congo.
Mabrouk further said that the road project includes the implementation of some industrial works, at a cost of €96 million.
The Egyptian company is executing Port Bouet Airport project, located in south east of Abidjan in Côte d’Ivoire, at a cost estimated at €35 million, he added.
“The company is carrying out giant infrastructure works, including road and utilities projects, in 14 African countries,” the Egyptian official said.