Green Modelling Contracting participates in 4th edition of Big 5 Construct Egypt 2022 exhibition

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Green Modelling Contracting (GMC) — a leading construction company — participated in the fourth edition of the Big 5 Construct Egypt 2022 Exhibition, which took place from 25 to 27 June and included the participation of a large number of major companies operating in the construction sector.

Managing Director of GMC Abdel Rahman Gaweesh said that the exhibition is an important event that his company has been keen on participating in, given its importance in gathering the largest number of construction and building industry experts in one place.

He added that the Big 5 Construct Egypt Exhibition is one of the company’s mechanisms to identify developments in the construction sector and new projects of companies operating in the industry.

He also noted that the exhibition is an opportunity for the company to exchange experiences and information and build long-term relationships with industry experts.

Additionally, it is an opportunity to directly sell to companies that showcase their projects in the exhibition and to exchange discussions on industry developments with experts and specialists.

He further pointed out that GMC is one of the leading companies in the field of construction and has extensive experience in the industry.

Gaweesh then disclosed that the company has succeeded since its establishment in implementing a litany of distinguished projects within the Egyptian market during the construction boom that Egypt is currently witnessing, also stressing the government’s efforts to support contracting companies operating abroad.

“There is a strong trend in Egypt’s construction sector to use green energy sources, as there are many buildings that currently depend on generating the majority of their energy needs through green energy sources, especially in the New Administrative Capital (NAC), which is a smart and sustainable city,” he elaborated.

“As one of the major players in the construction industry in Egypt, we have recently taken the lead by creating a separate entity within our group to be specialised only in providing innovative green energy solutions with the latest technology at a better cost. Most importantly, one of these solutions is recycling and benefiting from pollutant emissions in electricity generation, heating, and cooling for buildings, hospitals, and factories, which will lead to a doubling of energy generation efficiency at a lower cost per joule while cutting pollution.

Furthermore, he revealed the company’s plan to strike up industry alliances with global leaders in the field of green energy to localise the industry in Egypt, which would create a lot of job opportunities and bring in foreign currencies to the country.

Gaweesh also pointed out that GMC is one of the few companies that specialise in the construction and maintenance of hospitals in Egypt and abroad. The company’s client portfolio in Egypt includes government agencies, institutions, and major companies in the private sector, enabling it to work in a variety of sectors, including housing, infrastructure, transportation, healthcare, water and sanitation, and power generation.

Furthermore, the company succeeded in constructing and delivering 33 buildings within the Social Housing Project, the Medical Centre at Wadi Al Natroun’s Rehabilitation Centre, and the Sixth of October Orthopaedic Hospital — which is one of the largest orthopaedic hospitals in the Middle East — according to Gaweesh.

He added that the company has also succeeded outside of Egypt in executing a variety of projects, most notably the development of the Neuro Spinal Hospital in the UAE, highlighting the importance of government support for Egyptian companies operating abroad and its role in facilitating companies’ businesses and providing investment opportunities for them.

Egypt is currently witnessing a strong urban renaissance, which has contributed to opening new areas and diverse job opportunities for all companies operating in the construction sector.

This has helped companies achieve strong growth rates and gain more experience in carrying out new projects in the local market. It has also created opportunities for small- and medium-sized companies to grow faster, Gaweesh concluded.

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