July 10, 2019

Mr. Hossam Imam headed the general assembly of the Moroccan Arab Contractors Company and inspected the Egyptian Embassy's Building in Rabat

The general assembly of the Moroccan Arab Contractors Company headed by Mr. Hossam El Din Imam – AC Vice Chairman approved the financial statements and the final accounts for the ended fiscal year. This was in the presence of Eng. Ibrahim Mabrouk – Head of Africa Sector, Mr. Emad Ebeid – the Financial Consultant for Africa Sector, Eng. Moustafa Anwar – General Manager of the Moroccan Company and Eng. Mohammed Attia – the Financial and Administrative Manager of the Moroccan Company.
On the other hand, Mr. Hossam El Din Imam accompanied by Mr. Ashraf Ibrahim – the Egyptian Ambassador to Morocco and Mr. Ahmed Shawki – the Trade Attache toured the Egyptian Embassy's Building in Rabat. The project is designed according to the Andalusi Architecture style. It comprises an inner yard surrounded by domes and vaults to cover the main spaces. The project is built upon 2500m2. It is including a basement on 2500m2 which comprises (water reservoir – stores – services and security rooms – car park – electricity rooms), a ground floor on 2500m2 includes (fountain – consulate - military attache – trade and press attache – waiting rooms – meeting room)and a first floor on 2000m2 includes (The ambassador's office - the Consul's office – the secretary). Its execution period is 18 months. It is a noteworthy that the Moroccan Arab Contractors Company was established on 2003. It is implemented many projects; currently it carries out the construction project of the national roads in Guelmim in cooperation with the Moroccan Syntram Company, the project period is 12 months. Besides, the company is building the low voltage station in Midelt city in cooperation with a French company, the project period is 8 months. In addition to these, the company signed a protocol recently to execute a number of low voltage stations with a value of 12 million US$.

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