Mouktar Ibrahim delivers 4 infrastructure projects in Cairo, Sohag

Egypt’s construction firm Moukhtar Ibrahim says it has delivered three utilities projects in Cairo and Sohag governorates, at a total cost of 850 million Egyptian pounds ($47.6 million).

These utilities works include three projects in Cairo and another project in Upper Egyptian governorate of Sohag, the state-owned company’s deputy chairman for financial and administrative affairs Mohamed Zaghloul said on Monday.

“This comes as part of Moukhtar Ibrahim’s business portfolio to execute a bunch of infrastructure projects as well as drinking water and sewage lines in the local market,” Zaghloul further added.

The official said the utilities projects encompass the implementation of drinking water purification stations and the expansion works of new drinking water stations as well as waste water and electricity lines, besides natural gas pipelines.