Egypt’s Hassan Allam executing $55.9 mln utilities works in 2018

Egypt’s state-owned construction firm Hassan Allam is executing this year utilities works worth one billion Egyptian pounds ($55.9 million) nationwide, said its managing director on Thursday.

The works will include the implementation of a number of road and bridge flagships as well as infrastructure works in favour of housing projects, Atef Barbary added.

“We are currently implementing the Ministry of Justice’s premise at the ministerial district in the country’s new administrative capital, at a cost estimated at 500 million pounds,” Barbary said.

Hassan Allam had earlier been mandated to carry out the massive and residential buildings and utilities works worth up to 400 million pounds in the first phase of the new capital, he said.