Construction of Africa's tallest tower begins in Administrative Capital
CAIRO, Nov 16 (MENA) – Housing Minister Asem El Gazzar on Saturday witnessed the launch of construction works to start building the metal structure of Africa's tallest tower at the New Administrative Capital. He had a meeting with officials from China’s CSCEC company, which carries out construction, to check work progress of the 80-story tower. The 385-meter height tower is set to be built over an area of some 240,000 square meter. The minister pointed out that the Chinese company constructs 20 towers in the central business area in the Administrative Capital, while the tallest tower will be at the heart of the region.