The Arab Contractors Company is implementing a new project in Nigeria

Engineer Syed Farouk, Chairman of the Arab Contractors Company, announced that the company has obtained a dual road rehabilitation project in the Nigerian capital, Abuja, and pointed out that the new project, Oyo Ibadan, with a length of 43 km, is an asphalt road with a width of 12.45 m in each direction. The project also includes rainwater drainage works, and industrial works. Along the way, the project is funded through the Nigerian Federal Ministry of Works.

This came during the visit of the Chairman of the Board of Directors to the Nigerian capital, Abuja, in addition to a visit to the city of Lagos, the economic capital of Nigeria, and was accompanied by Dr. Muhammad Onsi Al-Bashouti, a member of the Board of Directors, and Mr. Imad Obaid, the financial supervisor for the African sector, and they were received by Eng. Muhammad Al-Aidarous, a member The delegate of the Nigerian company, and Eng. Wael Farouk, the company’s general manager.

During the inspection tour to follow up some of the ongoing projects, the Chairman of the Board of Directors met with the employees and thanked them, praising their efforts, praising the quality of the projects they are carrying out, and asking them to exert more efforts in order to increase the volume of business.

Engineer Syed Farouk explained that the Nigerian Arab Contractors Company was one of the first companies to be established in the African continent in 1991, and during those years it was able to become one of the largest companies present in the Nigerian market, and to gain the trust of customers as well as citizens due to the great quality that distinguishes its projects in addition to the commitment Al-Kabeer with customers, adding that the company has received a great welcome in the Nigerian market.

Engineer Mohamed Al-Aidarous, Managing Director of the Nigerian company, added that the company, since its inception, has implemented many projects in the field of construction, various buildings, infrastructure works, and utilities, including roads, bridges, sewage networks, rain drainage, drinking water, and electricity networks. The company’s human resources depend on Nigerian workers and engineers working side by side with their Egyptian brothers.

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