Rolin to complete Upper Egypt infrastructure projects, mostly World Bank-funded, in April

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Egypt’s state-owned General Construction Company- Rolin says it plans to complete seven utilities and infrastructure projects in a number of Upper Egyptian governorates within April 2020.

At a cost exceeding 700 million Egyptian pounds ($42.5 million), the projects will include drinking water networks and sanitation lines, Rolin’s managing director Fathy Sayed said on Sunday.

“A large number of infrastructure projects in Upper Egypt’s governorates are financed by the World Bank Group to finalise the works within a timeframe ranging between one year and two years and a half,” Sayed added.