July 26, 2018

Eng. Mohsen Salah Met with the Chairman of Uganda Engineers' Registration Board

Eng. Mohsen Salah – AC Chairman welcomed the Delegation from Uganda Engineers' Registration Board (UERB)headed by Eng. Dr. Michael M. Odongo aiming at activate the signed cooperation protocol between the Ugandan delegation and the Egyptian Engineers Syndicate in the fields of exchanging technical expertise and training of engineers, supervisors and technicians in various engineering  fields. The delegation praised the Arab Contractors Company as one of the major companies in Africa which has a wide spectrum of experience in training, besides its various activities and its existence in Uganda which enhance this cooperation. The meeting was in the presence of Major General Mohammed Nasser -Member of the Supreme Council of the Syndicate and Head of the Technical Office, Dr. Mohammed Youssef – AC Boar Member and Supervisor of the Training, Eng. Amany Khodeir – Head of Africa Projects Follow-Up,  Eng. Ahmed Hesham -  Rapporteur of the Commission on Africa in the Syndicate, Eng. Ayman Afifi and Eng. Mohammed Maher – the members of the committee in the Syndicate and Eng. Amr Aboul Atta – Supervisor of the Technical Affairs in Africa Sector. On the other hand, Eng. Ibrahim Mabrouk - Head of Africa Sector declared that the company, under the supervision of the Egyptian Irrigation Ministry, accomplished the First phase of Cassese Region Protection Project in Uganda from the destructive floods with a total cost 2.7 million US$. He pointed out that this project crowning the bilateral relation between Egypt and Uganda in the field of water resources and irrigation. The Second phase of the project is under preparation at a cost of 1.8 million US$. Recently, The Arab Contractors Company executed the Renovation and Rehabilitation of Hala Plaza Administrative Building and the construction of a new building as an extension for a building, 2 storey garage and landscape works with a total cost 620,000 US$. The company is currently carrying out 2 road projects, which have been awarded recently by the Uganda Roads Authority (URA). The 2 projects are about the development and modernization of a 67 km sand road to an asphalt road which is 200 kilometers from the capital, Kampala (South-Eastern Uganda); the 2nd road with a total length 44km in addition to the drainage and industrial works along the road.