Egyptian construction firm, Arab Contractors, unveils that construction work of new building  of the Egyptian Parliament in the New Administrative Capital is on the pipeline, Invest-Gate reports.

The company reveals via a phone interview that further data can not be revealed now.

Egypt’s ambitious plan to construct a new metropolis 45 km (28 miles) east of Cairo was announced in March 2015 at a Sharm al-Sheikh Summit held to lure back foreign investors who fled after the 2011 revolt.

The project, one of several announced by President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi to develop the economy and create jobs for a growing population of 91 million.

The Arab Contractors (AC) is operating in the Middle East and Africa with 77,000 employees working in collaboration with customers, partners, and suppliers in more than 29 countries.