The Arab Contractors Company is undertaking infrastructure and housing projects at a cost of EGP 2.8 million in the New Administrative Capital, according to Arab Contractors Chairman Mohsen Salah, Amwal Elghad reported.

The company will build a main water network in the first phase of the project with a width of 1000 milimeters, in addition to designing the city’s main roads at a cost of EGP 230 million.

Infrastructure works will be taking place over approximately 550 acres dedicated for residential projects, which will also include facilities such as electricity, rainwater drains, and sanitation, according to Akhbarak.

The residential project will include 78 buildings in the first phase, whereby 3,000 workers from the company will be constructing the project.