FILE - Housing Minister Mostafa Madbouly FILE - Housing Minister Mostafa Madbouly

Housing minister calls for speeding up work at New Capital

Thu, Nov. 23, 2017
CAIRO – 23 November 2017: Minister of Housing Mostafa Madbouly called on the contracting companies working on the New Administative Capital project to speed up their work pace through increasing the number of workers.

In a meeting with companies attended by officials from the ministry and the New Urban Communities Authority (NUCA), Madbouly promised to remove obstacles facing participants in the mega project.

The project’s first phase is worth a total of $8 billion and spans over 12,500 feddans, featuring 25,000 residential units and infrastructure projects.

Egypt’s new capital features a total of 20 residential neighborhoods worth $15 billion, eight of which will be built in the first phase. The residential areas in the project will include an array of accommodation units including apartments, villas, town houses, office spaces and commercial areas.

It also includes 20 towers, including the tallest tower in Africa that will be 345 meters high.

Approximately 96 kilometers of roads, water supplies, rural sanitation projects, and irrigation systems will be included in the same phase, and they will be constructed by 17 contractors.
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