The Arab Contractors exists in Africa since 1964

Since 1964

The Arab Contractors Company is a leading company in the field of building and construction in the African continent. It began its activity in Africa by launching a Libya Branch in 1964. After that, the branches and emerging companies continued to disperse within Africa due to the good reputation of the company's high quality and speed of completion, which enabled the company to gain the first rank in the building and construction field in the African market.






The Arab Contractors in Africa

We have many branches and subsidiary companies in Africa

Julius Nyerere Hydropower Plant And Dam - Tanzania

The largest project in Africa

Julius Nyerere Hydropower Plant And Dam - Tanzania

Project Objectives

Generating electricity with capacity of 2115MW to satisfy energy needs in Tanzania Control water flow in the period of flooding and thus providing the necessary water requirement

Contributing to the delivery of electricity to 17 million Tanzanian families and achieving an industrial renaissance that pushes the Tanzanian economy towards the horizons of sustainable development

Controlling the flood to ensure permanent water availability throughout the year

Contractors :

JV Arab Contractors Company and Elsewedy Electric

location :

Stigler's Gorge Area, the dam is located in the Morogoro area on Rufiji River - Tanzania

Completion Period :

42 months including 6 months mobilization

Strengthening the role of Arab contractors in Africa

The Arab Contractors Company is one of the pillars of soft power in Africa and seeks to open new markets in all fields, contributing to the development plans of African countries.

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The President of Comoros receives the Minister of Housing and a delegation from the "Arab Contractors"
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Arab Contractors implements two bridges in Derna, Libya
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The Zimbabwean Housing Minister discusses cooperation opportunities with Arab Contractors
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Arab Contractors discussing cooperation with Senegal
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The AC Chairman receives the Ambassador of Congo
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The Zambian Ministry of Infrastructure discusses cooperation with the Arab Contractors
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The Chadian President receives the Chairman of the Arab Contractors and praises the company's work
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Arab Contractors in Mauritania signs an extension of the cooperation agreement to establish Nouakchott Tramway
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A business tour for the Arab Contractors delegation in Kenya to promote cooperation opportunities and transfer Egyptian expertise
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Establishing a new company between the Arab Contractors Company & Angolan MERCONS- ENGENHARIA E CONSTRUCAO CIVIL
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Cooperation protocol between the Arab Contractors and EABA
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The Arab Contractors signs a MOU with the Democratic Republic of Congo
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The President of Tanzania inaugurates the Egyptian Tanzanian Business Forum
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The Arab Contractors Company and Petrojet signed MOU to implement petroleum projects in Equatorial Guinea
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Arab Contractors participates in the International Conference for the Reconstruction of Stricken City of Derna and Neighboring Cities and Towns
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Discussing Ways of Cooperation with African Irrigation Ministers
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International Forum for Chadian Researchers and Students in Egypt
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Presidential roundtable session chaired by President Al Sisi in Africa 2019: Investment for Africa Forum
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Eng. Mohsen Salah: Egypt's image changed and has become a promising market and attractive for investment ... He called the Egyptian contracting companies and banks to go ahead and strongly in Africa
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The Tanzanian Minister of Works receives Arab Contractors’ delegation
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The Arab Contractors delegation discusses job opportunities in Rwanda
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The Arab Contractors discusses business opportunities in Cameroon
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Arab Contractors discusses cooperation fields in Angola
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New Projects
  • Equatorial Guinea

    An Internal Road, MP Besibo Palace Area

    Landscape Development of Riaba Farm (Phase 5)

  • Morocco

    Construction of Maghogha Low Voltage Station - Tanger

  • Cameroon

    The Ring Road for the Northern Entrance (27 km long)

  • Niger

    Construction of the 44-km Dual Carriageway in Bika – Niger

  • Chad

    Mongo-Abudia Road

    2 Bridges over Batha and Bateeha Valley

  • Uganda

    Civil Works to Upgrade Palisa Road (7.5 KM) and Koomi Road (12.2 KM)