ACE Moharram Bakhoum

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ACE Moharram Bakhoum
Privately held company
IndustryEngineering
Founded1950; 71 years ago (1950)
Founder
  • Ahmed Moharram
  • Michel Bakhoum
Headquarters
Egypt
Number of locations
Branches in 12 countries
Area served
Worldwide
ServicesEngineering and Project Management
Number of employees
2,100
Websiteace-mb.com

ACE Moharram Bakhoum is a multi-disciplinary engineering and project management consultancy company, based in Egypt.[1]

Operations

The company operates in more than 40 countries, working on both private and publicly financed projects.[1]

History

According to the company's website, ACE Moharram Bakhoum was established in 1950 as a private partnership between Ahmed Moharram and Michel Bakhoum. The first projects executed by the partners was a storage area for printing machines constructed in the basement of a building in Cairo, followed by the design of a pharmacological factory. In the 1950s, the partners made their entry into the field of bridge design, for which they later became widely known[2]. By the 1970s, the company witnessed a regional expansion. In 1970, the first phase of the 6th of October Bridge was opened[3]. This bridge, which is considered the main artery of the Egyptian capital, was the first prestressed concrete bridge to be entirely designed, constructed and the construction supervised by Egyptian firms[4]. ACE Moharram Bakhoum was the designer and construction supervisor[5]. By this time, ACE had been involved in numerous high-profile projects in Egypt and the Middle East region, and the expansion of its activities to include other disciplines was necessary[6].[7]

Significant projects

Examples of significant projects designed, managed, or supervised by ACE Moharram Bakhoum:

  • 6th October Bridge[8]
  • Greater Cairo Metro Lines[9][10]
  • $1-billion road and railway tunnel project under the Suez Canal[11]
  • Rod el Farag Bridge,[12] which won the Guinness Book of World Records’ certificate for being the world's widest cable-stayed bridge.[13]
  • Cairo International Stadium
  • Grand Egyptian Museum[1]
  • Sphinx float glass factory (1.2 Billion EGP project) (600 Tons per day)[14]
  • Egyptian-German Telecommunication Plant
  • Egyptian Cement Company Plant

In the media

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 "ACE sees more opportunities in development". Daily News Egypt. 2009-12-21. Retrieved 2020-03-02.
  2. "ACE Moharram.Bakhoum – Engineering global solutions". Retrieved 2020-07-05.
  3. "كوبري 6 أكتوبر الشهير في العاصمة المصرية يرتدي حلة جديدة". الشرق الأوسط (in العربية). Retrieved 2020-07-05.
  4. "صور.. "كوبرى أكتوبر.. حدوتة مصرية".. السائقون: الكوبرى سبب ارتفاع نسبة الطلاق بمصر.. ولو رجع الزمن ماكناش اشتغلنا الشغلانة دى.. بائع الجرائد: «الإنترنت قتل مهنتنا» وبعت زمان لمحمود المليجى ودلوقتى محدش بيشترى". اليوم السابع. 2018-01-12. Retrieved 2020-07-05.
  5. "ميشيل باخوم.. "مهندس" جلسات الغرام في منطقة الدقي". صوت الأمة. 2017-12-15. Retrieved 2020-07-05.
  6. "ميشيل باخوم.. "مهندس" جلسات الغرام في منطقة الدقي". صوت الأمة. 2017-12-15. Retrieved 2020-07-05.
  7. "ACE Moharram.Bakhoum – Engineering global solutions". Retrieved 2020-07-05.
  8. "6th October Bridge", Wikipedia, 2019-09-27, retrieved 2020-03-02
  9. Ibrahim, Samia. "محفوظ" الأمين المساعد للشئون البرلمانية لحزب " مستقبل وطن " و "المكتب الاستشاري الفرنسي" شركة ( سيسترا- محرم – باخوم) يعاينان مدخط مترو الانفاق إلي قليوب/الخبر". الخبر (in العربية). Retrieved 2020-03-02.
  10. "Cairo Metro", Wikipedia, 2020-02-20, retrieved 2020-03-02
  11. "Sponsored Content: Canadian Xypex water-proofing product helps Egypt to complete landmark tunnel project under Suez Canal - constructconnect.com". Journal Of Commerce. 2019-10-18. Retrieved 2020-03-02.
  12. "محور روض الفرج "كوبرى تحيا مصر" | المقاولون العرب". arabcont.com. Retrieved 2020-03-02.
  13. "Rod El-Farag Axis Bridge in Egypt receives Guinness World Record title". Middle East Architect. Retrieved 2020-03-02.
  14. https://eklutdvotyzsri.dailynewssegypt.com/2009/12/21/ace-sees-more-opportunities-in-development/

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