Hill International, a Marlton-based construction risk manager, announced Wednesday that it won a contract to provide project management consulting services in Egypt.
Hill will work on the renovation and development of Terminal Building No. 2 at Cairo International Airport, it said in a news release. The 15-month contract has an approximate value of $1.9 million, Hill said.
The renovation is a $500 million project designed to double the terminal’s capacity to 7.5 million passengers per year.
"This project will have a very positive impact on business, tourism and the overall economy," Waleed Abdel Fattah, senior vice president and North Africa regional manager for Hill's Project Management Group, said in the release. "We are extremely honored to have been selected for this important assignment."
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