Esmat: We are keen to expand the scope of the work of subsidiaries locally and abroad and open new markets
The Egyptian Contracting Company (Mokhtar Ibrahim), a subsidiary of the Holding Company for Construction and Development, one of the companies of the Ministry of Public Business Sector, won the implementation of the water transmission system project at the third unit pumping station in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, with a value of about EGP 1.9 billion.
Engineer Mahmoud Esmat, Minister of Public Business Sector, stressed, in a statement today, that this project comes within the framework of the work strategy, and the ministry’s keenness to expand the work of its subsidiaries locally and abroad, and interest in opening new markets and expanding in the field of real estate export and implementing mega projects internally and externally, which contributes In providing hard currency and maximizing corporate returns.
Engineer Esmat pointed out that the Ministry’s construction and reconstruction sector possesses huge capabilities and accumulated experiences, which are being exploited and developed during the next stage within the framework of the state’s general policy to maximize asset returns.
The scope of the project, which extends over 54 km, includes water transmission lines from the existing Third Unit Station to the Fourth and Fifth Units, and includes developing 29 feeding points (mechanical control) and converting them to electronic control, and 22 tunnels under roads, gas lines and utilities Existing, supplying and installing 172 km of fiber optic cable and 54 km of steel pipes.
The project also includes expansion works inside the existing third unit station, which includes the supply and installation of 3 new pumps with all its requirements to raise the station’s capacity by 48 million gallons / day, 15 water hammer tanks, 4 chlorine pumping units, and a complete hydraulic study for the project and all the lines and stations connected to it to form Closed pumping circuit between 3 existing stations.
It is noteworthy that the “Mukhtar Ibrahim” company had implemented several water and sanitation projects in the United Arab Emirates, with a total value of 17.6 billion pounds.