Alexandria General Organization for Sanitary Drainage, Egypt


Alexandria, Egypt

Alexandria Wastewater Upgrade Program

Project cost US$ 5 billion
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From 1980 to 2006, ECG was awarded a series of contracts under the Alexandria Wastewater Upgrade Program. A phased implementation plan to improve and expand Alexandria's wastewater system involved 2 treatment plants, 6 pump stations, force mains, collectors, sewer, and other facilities. Undertaken in a joint venture with two global US consultants CH2M HILL and Metcalf & Eddy, the US$ 5 billion project was completed with USAID funding.

ECG's scope of work entailed master planning, designing, detailed engineering, construction management/supervision, operations and maintenance manuals preparation, start-up and commissioning operations, and training.


  • Master plan
  • Detailed design
  • Tender documents
  • Construction management
  • Construction supervision

Types of activities

  • Civil works 

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