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Thursday, 29 September 2022

Adly Mansour transit hub, Ras Ghareb wind farm recognized ENR’s global best projects competition

The Adly Mansour transit hub was named the best transport project of the year by the Engineering News-Record (ENG), according to a statement. The hub connects Cairo to the new administrative capital and includes a commercial investment zone alongside a full-service transport complex. Meanwhile, a 500 MW wind farm in Ras Ghareb was named the best industrial project of the year. The project is being carried out by a consortium made up of Orascom Construction (OC), Japan’s Toyota Tsusho Corporation / Eurus Energy Holdings Corporation, and France’s Engie.

ALSO from the ENG awards-

  • The new capital’s Islamic Cultural Center won the merit award for best cultural project.
  • The Toshka development project won the merit award for best environmental project. The project was submitted by Hassan Allam Holding.
  • The renovation of Mohamed Mahmoud Khalil Museum won the merit award for best renovation project.

Carrefour Egypt partnered up with Merge to provide shoppers with hearing impairments access to sign language interpretation at no cost, according to a press release (pdf).

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