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About US

Through Hassan Allam Properties: we create luxury residential and resort communities in prime locations throughout Egypt. Indeed, the group owns a large and established property portfolio that includes many of the country’s best-known urban developments and seaside destinations. As a Group, we harness our vast internal resources of construction, engineering, procurement and property development expertise, bringing these to bear on every project we undertake. Across our business, every day, customers are benefiting from our long experience and technical skills, our outstanding team of engineers, a large and modern equipment fleet and our strong, region-wide network of suppliers.Founded in 1936 by Hassan Mohamed Allam, Hassan Allam Holding is today one of Egypt’s leading construction and real estate development groups, with a strong and rapidly growing presence in Algeria, Libya, Qatar and the Kindgom of Saudi Arabia.

We employ more than 11,000 individuals and operate through two fully owned subsidiary companies: Hassan Allam Construction and Hassan Allam Properties. We were among the very first privately owned construction companies, ever to be established in Egypt, and are widely recognised as early pioneers of the modern construction sector. Today, the Group continues to rank among the very top construction and property businesses in the Egyptian market with aggressively expanding activities throughout the Middle East.

Through Hassan Allam Construction: we specialise in large scale, highly complex projects such as power stations, industrial plants, infrastructure, museums, hospitals and state-of-the-art residential and commercial spaces. Our infrastructure development vehicle, The Projects Group, supports our participation in regional concession-based infrastructure projects in the areas of health, power, transport and social infrastructure. Hassan Allam Construction also owns a range of complementary business lines that include steel fabrication plants, pipe factory and a concrete products production plant.