Hill International wins Algeria contract

12 July 2012

US firm will provide project management services on mixed-use real estate development

The US’ Hill International has been awarded an estimated $5.7m contract to provide project management services on a mixed-use real estate project in Algeria.

Hill will provide management services on the first and second phases of the construction of the Forum al-Djazair development, which will include four 22-storey residential towers, retail outlets, three office towers and villas. The duration of Hill’s contract is 30 months.

The client on the scheme is the Societe Algero-Emiratie de Promotion.

The contract is the latest of several deals Hill has been awarded in North Africa in 2012. In May, the US firm was awarded three project management contracts in the North Africa, which comprised of two in Egypt and one in Morocco.

For one of the Egypt contracts, Hill will provide project management services for a new 85,000-seat stadium scheme planned for the local Al-Ahly Sports Club in the 6th October City. For the second Egyptian development, Hill will provide management services for the construction for Credit Agricole Egypt’s new $50m bank headquarters.

In Morocco, Hill will provide project controls services for the construction of the new $590m Casablanca Marina in Casablanca.

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