Hill International was named Project Management Office for the Multi-Purpose Complex Gate The Gate deki in Cairo: International leader in Construction Risk Management, Hill International (NYSE: HIL) is today the project of the multi-purpose complex “The Gate bulunan in Cairo / Egypt. has signed a contract with Abraj Misr to provide management services. The estimated value of the four-year contract to Hill is approximately 18.4 million EGP ($ 2.4 million).
The 2.3 billion EGP ($ 300 million) housing complex will include eight interconnected towers and an accompanying five-star hotel, six residential buildings and one luxury residential tower. Construction will focus on “green building architecture ederek by minimizing the carbon footprint and maximizing sustainability.
"This project will not only have an impact on business, tourism and quality of life, but will also increase Cairo's overall appeal," said Waleed Abdel-Fattah, Hill's Senior Vice President and Managing Director (Africa) of Project Management Group. said. "We are extremely honored to be chosen for this important task," added Abdel-Fattah.
Hill International, with its 100 office and 4,800 professional staff worldwide, will be the first in terms of buildings, transportation, environment, energy and industrial investments; program management, project management, construction management, construction claims and other consulting services. According to the measurement of the olarak Engineering News-Record yönetim magazine, Hill is ranked as the ninth largest construction management company in the United States. For more information about Hill please contact http://www.hillintl.com Please visit the website.
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