New Aswan City - Egypt

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Owner: New Urban Communities Authority - Ministry of Housing, Utilities and Urban Communities.

The New Aswan City is located on the west bank of the Nile River, 12 km from the current Aswan. There are many projects implemented in New Aswan. It has several types of housing projects (social - average - above average - privileged - villas), and it also has many health, sports, and tourism services and facilities.

The River Strip
The project extends over 1,050 feddan; the 1st phase covers 181 feddan. It includes utilities and networks for water, wastewater, irrigation, electricity, landscaping, and wall retaining. The River Strip project includes 63 villas in the villas area, a tourist walkway, the Nile Park, which extends for 6 km, an open-air Roman theatre that accommodates about 3,000 person, 3 pedestrian crossovers, and the recreational commercial mall area, which has groups of shops, recreation areas, and restaurants.

The Villas Area
63 villas overlooking the Nile are fully finished. Each villa consists of 3 floors (a ground floor - 2 higher floors) with a private garden and car park. In addition to number of shops, there are green areas, a kids area, 6 swimming pools, a tourist walkway, and a bicycle walkway.

The Nile Park
It extends for 6km includes shops, recreational areas, restaurants, and an open-air Roman theater.

The Open-Air Roman Theater
It is built on 5.5 feddans, accommodates 3000 persons with a panoramic view of the Nile River, and links with the Nile Park through a pedestrian crossover.

Infrastructure and utilities for New Aswan
The company is implementing a number of projects in cooperation with New Aswan Authority which consist of:
-The utilities construction for 600 feddans includes the networks of roads, wastewater, and irrigation.
-The implementation of the electricity network for 20 feddans.
-The building of the traffic unit, which includes the technical inspection area, the vehicle reservation office, Registrar Prosecution Office, Compulsory Insurance Office and troop spread wards
-The construction of a water purification plant (2nd phase) with a capacity of 25000m3/day and an estimated cost of EGP 168 million. It consists of a ground tank, a sludge building, the integrated unit building, and the thickener building.

Al Allaqi Eastern Regional Ring Road - Aswan Cable Stayed Bridge
Owner: Central Authority for Reconstruction – Ministry of Housing, Utilities, and Urban Communities.
Contractor: The Arab Contractors Company and a number of contracting companies.
The road will serve the mineral and quarry investment in the region in large quantities, in addition to linking it with the alternative axis for Aswan reservoir from the eastern desert with its multiple wealth and the western desert. It will divert the movement of heavy transport loaded with quarry materials out of the city.
It is a concrete road that connects Aswan-Berenice Road at the 4 km mark and the axis of the cable-stayed bridge, and from there to the Western Desert Road to form a regional ring road around Aswan. The road length is 22km, width is 8m, 2 lanes in addition to 2.5 shoulders on both sides.
The project includes the construction of a higher bridge with a length of 735 meters over the railway and the eastern agricultural road in the direction of the axis of Aswan Cable Stayed Bridge and the length of the bridge. The company used the concrete paving to increase the life span of the road, and to accommodate large loads.

Alternative Axis for Aswan Reservoir
Owner: Ministry of Transport.
Contractor: The Arab Contractors Company is implementing the 2nd sector of the project.
The project serves Aswan and links the Aswan-Baranees Road to the Western Desert Road (Cairo-Aswan), crossing the River Nile and linking to Aswan/Abu Simbel.
The Arab Contractors Company is implementing the second sector, which is a concrete bridge on the Nile. It consists of 14 axes, with a length of 676m and a width of 29m. It has 3 lanes on each side, and the opening of the navigation is 180m wide.


Ongoing Projects