The Arab Contractors, officially known as the Arab Contractors Company, is a major construction and contracting company based in Egypt. Established in 1955, it has grown to become one of the largest and most prominent construction firms in the Middle East and Africa. The Arab Contractors are involved in a wide range of construction projects, including infrastructure development, buildings, bridges, roads, tunnels, and various civil engineering works. With a strong reputation for delivering large-scale projects, the Arab Contractors have contributed significantly to the development and modernization of infrastructure in the regions where they operate.
The company has not participated in any projects.
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