Moukhtar Ibrahim to execute water station expansions in 6th Oct. City

Egypt’s state-owned construction firm Moukhtar Ibrahim announced on Sunday that it has signed contracts to carry out the expansion works of a drinking water station in Sixth of October City.

This station will cost more than 500 million Egyptian pounds ($28 million), the company’s chairman for financial and administrative affairs Mohamed Zaghloul said on Saturday.

“We executed the station’s first phase during the last period, at a capacity of 1.6 million cubic metres per day,” Zaghloul added.

Amwal Al Ghad Contribution Time: 27-Aug-2018 15:37 (GMT)
Amwal Al Ghad Last Update Time: 27-Aug-2018 15:37 (GMT)