Boasting an impressive 250m and 55 floors, Africa’s highest tower will be built over 3 years

 On July 20, Othman Benjelloun, President of the Groupe BMCE Bank of Africa, signed a contract for the construction of Africa’s tallest tower, with Chinese group China Railway Construction Corporation International (CRCCI).

The Rabat Bouregreg tower will indeed be built in Salé, boasting of an astounding height of 250m and 55 floors. It will, among others, include a mall, a business centre, hotels and residences.
Construction works for the building began, it may be recalled, in March 2016, with King Mohammed VI in person laying the first stone. It is expected to be delivered in 2020.

Posted on : 25 Jul,2017

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