Egypt \ Production Public Entreprises \ Holding Company for Construction & Development \ High Dam Electrical and Industrial Projects company
The company was established on July1971.The majority of its staff are experts that contributed in the High Dam project , the installation of the hydro – electric power station (12*175 MW) and the extra high voltage substations and overhead transmission lines of 500. 220&132 K.V
The company received tremendous varieties of construction and transportation equipment used in the execution of the High Dam project , namely , cranes dampers trailers, trucks .Etc.
The company executed many important project either in Arab Republic of Egypt (A.R.E) or Arab Countrles (Lybia , Saudi Arabia ,Algeria. Oman, United Arab of Emirates and Morocco Kingdom) with high efficiency and precision.
The project executed by the company are classified as follows :
1. Power station either thermal , hydro , wind farms , gas or diesel
2. Substations of different voltages up to 500 K.V
3. Overhead transmission lines up to 500 K.V
4. Laying under ground cables up to 220 K.V.
5.Industrial project .
6.Pumping station either for irrigation , water or sewage purposes
8. Medium & Low voltage distribution system in new cities
The company is entitled for the following :
Execution of complementary civil Works in case of complete projects
Loading transportaion and unloading of heavy equipment up to 400 tons
Customs clearance for equipment
Testing and operating projects executed by the company
(last updated: 29-October-2002)
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