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Egyptian Contractors to get $450m Iraqi Housing Projects

By John Lee. Three Egyptian construction companies are poised to win major contracts for housing projects in Iraq. In an interview with Egypt's Al-Dustour news service, Jaber Al-Hassani, Undersecretary of the Iraqi Ministry of Housing, said Iraq intends to sign contracts this month with three companies nominated by the Egyptian Ministry of Housing; one will […]

Protechnique wins work on $80m Basra Project

By John Lee. Iraq’s Ministry of Municipalities and Public Works (MMPW) has reportedly appointed Protechnique as the main contractor for the $80-million Basra Water Pumping Station, P2R. According to a report from Construction Week Online, it will provide engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) services for the project’s transmission reservoir and transmission pump station; chlorine building; […]

Hitachi Wins $240m Desalination Contract

Hitachi today announced that it has received "a comprehensive order" from the Iraqi Ministry of Municipalities and Public Works for the engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) of a large-scale water treatment desalination plant in Basra. The winning consortium consists of three companies: Hitachi, OTV (a water processing plant manufacturer and subsidiary of the French environmental […]

Elsewedy Electric Signs $169m Power Plant Deal

Elsewedy Electric (SWDY), the leading wire cable and integrated energy solution provider in the Middle East and Africa, through one of its subsidiaries, announces the signing of a US$ 169 Million contract in Iraq with the Iraqi Ministry of Electricity to build and operate a new power plant in Diwaniya, with four 125 MW General […]

Arab Contractors Company Returns to Iraq

Egyptian property developer Arab Contractors Co has unveiled plans to open two branches in Iraq, one in Baghdad and one in Erbil, after a four-year absence from the war-torn country due to unstable security conditions, Al-Masry Al-Youm has reported. "Over the last four years, a good part of the contracting business in Iraq went to […]