125 Companies Bidding to Build 1 Million Houses in Iraq

The Chairman of the National Investment Commission, Dr. Sami Al- Araji, announced that 125 companies of various nationalities have submitted offers to implement the ‘One Million Housing Units’ project [National Housing Project] throughout Iraq, and says that 35 companies from that list will be chosen.

Dr. Araji explained that the project will be built on an area of 80,000 donums [20,000 hectares] over a period of two years.

Companies bidding for the work came from America, France, Spain and Korea, in addition to 12 major Turkish companies.

Dr. Araji also said that the NIC is currently evaluating the companies on technical and economic basis before starting the implementation phase, referring that the commission had also informed the investing companies about the importance of cooperation with specialized companies to provide the such infrastructure as electricity, water, sewerage, communications and other important services.

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