Mostafa Madbouly: Presidential Assignments to Implement Construction Works in the Administrative Capital

Dr. Mostafa Madbouly, Prime Minister, started an inspection tour this morning; To follow up the progress of work and construction in the projects of the new administrative capital, accompanied by dr. Assem Al-Jazzar, Minister of Housing, Utilities and Urban Communities, Major General Amir Sayed Ahmed, Adviser to the President of the Republic of Urban Planning, Major General Ihab El-Far, Chief of the Army Engineering Authority, and Engineer Khaled Abbas, Deputy Minister of Housing for National Projects, ing. Abdel Muttalib Mamdouh, Vice President of the New Urban Communities Authority, Ing. Gamal Talaat, Assistant Vice-President of the Authority for the Development Sector and Urban Development, Eng. Sherif El Sherbini, Head of the New Administrative Capital Authority, and a number of officials from the Ministry and Engineering Authority, and the Signal Corps.

The Prime Minister began his tour by holding a meeting at the headquarters of the Council of Ministers in the government district with accompanying officials, during which he indicated that there was an order from President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi that the construction work be carried out be according to the planned schedules. Whether in terms of commitment to the highest quality standards, or timelines, as well as rates and percentages of actual performance on the ground, which require intensified efforts to complete all projects implemented on time and with the highest level of quality.

Dr. Mostafa Madbouly said during the meeting: The tour comes today after a number of projects in various regions of the New Administrative Capital to inspect the implementation rates on the ground, in continuation of the series of periodic meetings we hold to follow up the progress of affairs in the Administrative Capital, and I also follow up with the Minister of Transport the projects related to the mass transport system. , including the follow – up to the pilot operation of the electric light rail, emphasizing that what has been achieved in this system and in the rest of the capital’s projects is a very great effort.

During the meeting, the Prime Minister instructed that a tree belt around areas be exposed to winds loaded with dust and sand, taking into account general coordination; To highlight the aesthetic appearance of the new administrative capital. Dr. Madbouly also ordered that the landscaping and aesthetic spaces be accelerated in various areas of the New Administrative Capital, especially on both sides of the main roads, the central regional road and other axes.

During the meeting, the Chief of the Engineering Authority of the Army gave a presentation in which he presented the latest developments in the implementation of the various projects being implemented in the diplomatic district, including the embassy area, the villa area, the building area. area explained. , and the international school, which points to the beginning of the implementation of the finishing works for a number of buildings.

The head of the Engineering Authority also reviewed the executive position of the financial and business district, in addition to the construction of the main gates of the administrative capital.

Major General Ihab El-Far also confirmed that landscaping and planting work has already begun, and there is a plan to plant trees around the main areas and several other areas to serve as windbreaks.

Following the meeting, the Prime Minister and his entourage began the inspection tour through the government district, emphasizing the need for the actual presence of the ministries’ officials in the headquarters of the various ministries; To monitor the progress of work and the trial operation of the government’s headquarters, and to check their readiness for the actual transfer of work from the government district according to the transition phase schedule.

The Prime Minister was briefed on the progress of work at the Government Headquarters in the Government District, where he listened to an explanation by the Minister of Housing, Utilities and Urban Communities on infrastructure and construction works in government buildings, which includes 34 ministerial buildings, in addition to the buildings: the Presidency of the Council of Ministers, the House of Representatives and the Senate, together with The service buildings are within the Government District, indicating that the final finishes and electromechanical works are being completed in these buildings, and the final finishing works and the completion of the electromechanical works for the CCC building and control is underway, in addition to the works of the COC administration and operations building.

The Prime Minister also became acquainted with the executive position of the water, irrigation, sewerage networks, rainwater drainage networks and electricity networks and networks. Assem Al-Jazzar indicated that the water networks have been completed and tested, and the expansion of the electricity network for the smart control systems in water and irrigation valves “RTU” has been completed, and the installation of rooms and the supply has been completed. and implementation of the tasks of the smart system has been completed.The implementation of fire purifiers is currently underway, which at the same time indicates the completion of the supply of the irrigation and sewerage networks, and linkage with government buildings.

With regard to rainwater drainage networks, the Minister indicated that the work of the main and auxiliary networks had been completed, and tests had been carried out in large proportions for it.

At the same time, the Prime Minister was informed about the executive position of each of the solar energy systems on top of government buildings, and the mobile system within government buildings (DAS) and on the masts on the tallest buildings, including the implementation of participating towers, as well as ongoing work on the audio and video system. Dr Mostafa Madbouly was also introduced to the position of the implementation of the natural gas network, the road network and the coordination of the general site.

With regard to the road network networks, the Minister of Housing noted that 100% of the laying of a basalt layer was completed, and 88.5% of the basalt networks were completed. The total area is about 240 thousand square meters, and 215 000 square meters were provided, of which 212 thousand square meters were installed.

The Prime Minister’s tour of the administrative capital (3)

The Prime Minister's tour of the administrative capital (4)
The Prime Minister’s tour of the administrative capital (4)

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The Prime Minister’s tour of the administrative capital (5)

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The Prime Minister’s tour of the administrative capital (6)

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The Prime Minister’s Tour of the Administrative Capital (7)

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The Prime Minister’s Tour of the Administrative Capital (8)

The Prime Minister's tour of the administrative capital (9)
The Prime Minister’s tour of the administrative capital (9)

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The Prime Minister’s Tour of the Administrative Capital (10)

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The Prime Minister’s Tour of the Administrative Capital (11)

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The Prime Minister’s Tour of the Administrative Capital (12)

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The Prime Minister’s Tour of the Administrative Capital (13)

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The Prime Minister’s tour of the administrative capital (1)

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The Prime Minister’s tour of the administrative capital (2)

Dr. Mostafa Madbouly and his associates also inspected the works of the government district plazas, in addition to the People’s Square.

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