Bahr Al Baqar’s project team topped 6,000 workers and was supported by suppliers from Japan, Spain, Germany, France and Sweden in conjunction with design and program managers from Egypt, Lebanon, Dubai and Spain.
Photo courtesy Arab Contractors Co.
In this ninth year of the ENR annual Global Best Projects Awards, a panel of industry judges selected 33 winning projects from 20 different countries from a record number of entries. These exemplary projects demonstrate the risks and rewards—and the hurdles overcome—in designing and building internationally.
While a handful of these projects have been written about in the pages of ENR before, many are being highlighted here for the first time.
Reviewing entries in many market sectors, the judges examined design and construction challenges, benefits to the local community and dedication to quality, innovation and safety, with a special emphasis on the diversity of global project teams and their collaboration.
For the Project of the Year, judges and ENR editors chose the record-breaking Bahr Al Baqar Water Treatment Plant, located in Sinai, Egypt.
All winning projects were recognized in a virtual awards ceremony, which can be viewed free of charge at enr.com or www.globalbestprojects.com.
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