Egypt’s Rolin signs contracts for utilities projects in 3 governorates

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Egypt’s General Construction Company- Rolin says it has signed contracts to execute utilities works in three governorates, at a cost of 250 million Egyptian pounds ($14 million).

Rolin, owned by the country’s Holding Company for Construction and Development (HCCD), plans to deliver these works within one-year timeframe.

Fathy Sayed, Rolin’s Managing Director, said Thursday that the works are located in Sohag, Assuit, and Mansoura.

“Works will include setting up drinking water lines and sanitation as well as road networks,” Sayed noted.

Rolin was assigned to carry out a number of more current utilities works at some villages in Gharbia governorate, the Egyptian official further stated, adding that these works will be submitted by February 2018.

“We target delivering a number of housing flagships that aim to develop slums in Cairo within the next three months,” Sayed showed.

He referred that Rolin are establishing around 60 residential buildings among the state Al Asmarat housing project dedicated for slums-dwellers, at a cost worth 700 million pounds.