Engineer Syed Farouk, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Arab Contractors Company, said that the company won the implementation of the “Apsha – Abu Ghulam” road project in the state of Chad at a cost of 93.5 million euros.
He added that the project is affiliated with the Ministry of Infrastructure in Chad and is financed by the Islamic Development Bank, and is part of the international road linking the city of N’Djamena, the Chadian capital, and Khartoum, the Sudanese capital, where the city of Absha is approximately 1,000 kilometers east of the Chadian capital.
The president of the Arab Contractors Company pointed out the great importance of the road in advancing the commercial, economic and social development of eastern Chad, given its proximity to Sudan.
He said that the road is 95 kilometers long and 10 meters wide, and its implementation period is 36 months, taking into account the periods of stopping due to rain.
Farouk added that the project includes the implementation of 5 kilometers from the internal roads of the city, as well as the construction of a weighing station, reinforced concrete fences for some schools in the city and 10 water wells, and industrial works, including 8 bridges of different lengths, as well as the construction of different dimensions with a total of 8 thousand meters long. Along the road, and a rest with a total area of 1500 square meters, and the company also installs solar-powered lighting poles at the entrances to cities and villages located on the road.
He explained that the company has implemented many road and building projects, and is currently carrying out works to reinforce the “Jeelingding-Bonjour” road and the construction of 10 kilometers of roads within the city of Bonjour. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs building is also being constructed, as well as the Alexandria University branch buildings, including two buildings for the Faculties of Veterinary Medicine and Agriculture.
The article “The Arab Contractors” wins an international road project in “Chad”, at a cost of 93.5 million euros, was written in the Al-Borsa newspaper.