In light of Gama Construction’s strategy in contributing to the growth and development of the Egyptian economy, and specifically the country’s infrastructure projects, the company announced the completion of construction, installation and connection of 6 solar power plants to the grid in Benban solar park– one of the largest power plants in the world – in Aswan.
In this occasion, Salah Ghobrial, Chief Executive Officer of Gama Construction, commented, “We are gratified and proud to have completed the construction of the solar power plants with 390 MW and successfully contributed to connecting them to the Egyptian Electricity Transmission Company’s grid within the set timeframe and the international standards. This achievement is a demonstration of Egyptian companies’ potential and capability in playing an active role in executing mega projects, especially in the field of renewable energy.”
Ghobrial added, “Gama Construction is expanding its capacity and competency in various construction sectors, especially in infrastructure, according to the global standards and in line with Egypt’s 2030 vision.” Moreover, Ghobrial has further elaborated that the company’s efforts is currently directed into expanding the scope of work to include regional markets.
Gama Construction’s scope of work in Benban Solar Park consisted of 6 solar power plants, which is considered the largest number of plants to be performed by one local contractor. Furthermore, the manpower in Gama’s projects exceeded 4700 workers who completed a total of 7.5 million hours without lost time injury. The unwavering commitment to meeting the requirements of the International Finance Corporation (World Bank Group) and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development standards allowed Gama to pass more than 5 monitoring audits successfully.