The International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank, is seeking consultants for the Abu Tartour Mining Port (ATP) PPP project in Egypt.
The PPP Central Unit of the Ministry of Finance (PPPCU), in coordination with the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Industry (MTI), has plans to develop the project as the first mining and industrial port in Egypt through private sector participation.
IFC is supporting the PPPCU and MTI in determining the feasibility of the project and for this purpose, it now seeks the services of a technical consultant to assess the commercial feasibility of the project and the potential demand for it. The objective is to identify what industrial activities and related terminals could be developed in ATP through private sector participation.
Interested parties must submit their expressions of interest (EOI) on or before 26 May 20015.
In mid March the government of Egypt launched a request for qualification (RFQ) for a real estate PPP project. The project will involve the finance, design, construct, furnish, operate and maintain government administrative buildings.
See request for expression of Interest (RFEOI):