Hassan Allam Technologies, a subsidiary of Egyptian contractor Hassan Allam Holding has secured a contract to supply and install all electromechanical systems for the North African nation’s Suez Canal Stadium.
Located in the Ismailia governorate, the stadium is set to become one of Egypt’s newest and most advanced stadiums. Upon being operational the facility can host up to 20,000 spectators.
In a LinkedIn statement, the company said that Hassan Allam Technologies has been working on electrical and mechanical systems on a turnkey basis while adhering to international health and safety standards.
Earlier this month Afghan Power Plant Company, owned by the Ghazanfar Group, and HA Utilities the utilities investment and development arm of Hassan Allam Holding, inked a debt financing package for the first long-term, fully private-financed gas power power plant in Mazar Sharif with International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of The World Bank, Asian Development Bank (ADB), and DEG-German Development Bank.
Last week, Hassan Allam Construction (HAC) secured a design and build works contract for an infrastructure project from the Ministry of Housing and Development for the Sheikh Zayed City in Giza, Egypt.
As part of the project, HAC would complete design and construction of all utility networks, roads, car tunnels, and service tunnels for an area covering 32.4km2. According to the contractor, the project will be implemented over a 24 month period.
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