Egypt's Hassan Allam Construction wins contract for Haya Water Oman

Contract was awarded for sewer and treated effluent networks and connections at the Royal Estates and Airport Heights

The company will supply, install. and commission the gravity sewer networks [representational image]
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The company will supply, install. and commission the gravity sewer networks [representational image]

Egypt’s Hassan Allam Holding, which has been working on projects in sectors including engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC), building materials, and utilities, has revealed that its subsidiary Hassan Allam Construction won a contract from Haya Water Oman for the sewer and treated effluent networks and connections at the Royal Estates and Airport Heights in the sultanate.

The company’s scope of work for the project includes supply, installation, and commissioning of the gravity sewer networks and the associated house connections, the force mains, the treated effluent network and two pumping stations with all related mechanical and ICA works.

According to the company the contract award “marks a significant milestone” in its regional expansion strategy, which will see it leverage its extensive construction experience.

Last month the company said that it work on Egypt’s Dabaa Nuclear Power Plant (NPP), as part of which it provide design and building works for 40 buildings and structures within the nuclear power plant.

In January, the company also won a contract for the construction of Cairo International Airport’s travelator that will link Terminal Building 2 with a multi-storey garage building. Hassan Allam referred to the travelator project as a “challenging project” at that time.

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