Egyptian state-owned General Construction Company- Rolin unveils that it has submitted a request to implement four utilities flagships in a number of Upper Egypt’s governorates within the current period.
The four utilities projects will be financed by World Bank Group, said Rolin’s managing director Fathy Sayed on Sunday.
During the last period, Fathy further added that his company has attained four new projects, including utilities networks and sewage stations as part of the first phase of the utilities projects in Upper Egyptian governorates.
“The company studies expanding its projects, through carrying out residential projects in favour of the real estate development firms, which are an affiliate to the public sector as well as utilities works, which are being executed in the country,” he referred.
Moreover, the Egyptian official clarified that Rolin plans to sign contracts up to 1.3 billion Egyptian pounds ($72.9 million) at the end of 2018.