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Wednesday, 28 March 2018

SYSTRA and AECOM tapped as consultants for Alamein-Ain Sokhna train line

France’s SYSTRA and US-based outfit AECOM have been tapped by the ministries of housing and transport ministries to consult on the Alamein-Ain Sokhna high-speed railway project, sources tell Al Mal. The two companies, who are expected to sign the contracts “within days,” presented the best two (out of ten) offers for the project, the sources added. The two companies will be advising the ministries on the terms and conditions for the tender and helping evaluate offers for the railway line that will run through the new administrative capital, Six October City, and Alexandria.

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