To deliver to the country’s 96 million people the next few years will see a massive boom in Egypt’s housing sector. Government and private projects are progressing fast and this calls for the contribution of the entire spectrum of stakeholders involved within the housing sector.

The Egypt Housing Forum will bring together 300+ stakeholder from the government, developers, architects, investors, contractors and suppliers to address the urgent requirements within the Egypt housing market.


Learn about the 2030 vision and the institutional reform program for the housing sector in Egypt

Meet the key developers in the country and unlock exclusive business opportunities within the upcoming $28bn worth of housing mega projects

Hear about the latest innovations in energy efficient housing solutions

Understand the dynamics of Foreign Direct Investment in boosting the housing sector in the country

Learn about the latest design and construction trends in the housing domain




  • Dragons Den Competition
  • One to One Meetings
  • VIP Exhibition Tour
  • Speed Networking

  • Technical Presentations
  • Executive Boardrooms
  • Luncheon & Gala Dinner
  • Roundtable Discussions

  • Interactive Panel Discussions
  • Workshops
  • Product Showcase

Snapshot of Some of Our Attending Delegates Include

  • Ministry of Housing Egypt
  • Palm Hills Development
  • Hyde Park Properties For Development
  • Emaar Misr
  • Majid Al Futtaim
  • General Authority For Investment & Free Zones
  • The Arab Contractors
  • Dorra Group
  • Capital Group Properties
  • Wadi Degla Real Estate Development
  • Egypt, Modern Construction Company
  • Al Shafar General Contracting (ASGC)
  • Constec (Construction and Design Co.)

  • Heliopolis Housing
  • Hassam Allam Holding
  • Majid Al Futtaim
  • The Arab Contractors
  • Capital Group Properties
  • Hassan Allam Construction
  • Engineering Authority of the Armed Forces
  • Misr Engineering Development Company (MEDCOM)
  • Danieli & Construction
  • Engineering Authority of the Armed Forces
  • Badr City Development Agency
  • Orascom Group
  • Dar Al Handasah
  • Madinet Nasr for Housing & Development (MNHD)

  • Al Marasem International for Development
  • El Alameya for Development & Real Estate Investment
  • Beta Egypt for Urban Development
  • Catalyst Real Estate Consultancy
  • Saudi Egyptian Construction Company (SECON)
  • IGI Real Estate Development
  • Informal Settlements Development Fund (ISDF)
  • Investment Authority in Beheira
  • General Authority for New Urban Societies
  • Al-Ahly Development

  • Central Bureau of reconstruction in Egypt
  • Redcon Construction
  • Egyptian Contracting Company
  • Khader Jammal Contracting Company
  • Yafamac Contracting and Trading Company
  • Societe Egyptienne d` Enterprises
  • Engineering Authority of the Armed Forces
  • Amlak for Development and Investment Real Estat
  • Badr City Development Agency
  • Amer Group


  • 14% Government
  • 23% Developers
  • 23% Architects & Consultants
  • 20% Contractors
  • 10% Investors
  • 10% Others


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Wael Abdelmoez
Professor, Minia University
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Mamdouh Hamza
Chairman, Hamza Associates
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Marwan Shahien
Head of Geotechnical Engineering, Hamza Associates
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Yasser Albeltagy
CEO, Yasser Albeltagy Architects
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Dalia Sadany
Founder, Dalia Sadany Designs
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Racha Rachwan
Design Manager, Al Futtaim
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Amr Abdelrahman
Chairman, Dr. Amr Abdelrahman's Consulting Engineers
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Alaa El Sharkawi
Housing specialist, Hamza Associates
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Gamal Talaat Badawy
Head of the Sustainable Cities & Renewable Energy Unit, National Urban Community Authority
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Yasser Mossallamy
Head of Engineering, Arcadis
Saad H. Elkhadem
Chairman & Managing Director - Future Pipe Industries S.A.E, Egypt
Dr Alaa Sherif
Professor of Reinforced Concrete Structures - Faculty of Engineering Mataria, Helwan University
Ashraf El Far
Geotechnical Engineer, PGESCo


8:00 Registration, Refreshments and Networking
09:00 Chairman’s welcome and opening remarks
Wael Abdelmoez, Professor, Minia University
09:10 Government Roadmap on Social Housing

  • Update by the New Urban Communities Authorities on upcoming projects around the
  • Understanding benefits and challenges on the development of social housing across
    the country

Gamal Talaat Badawy, Head of the Sustainable Cities & Renewable Energy Unit, National Urban Community Authority

09:30 Application of GRP Pipes in Water & Sewerage Networks for Private Developments & Publicly Funded Infrastructure Projects
Saad H. Elkhadem, Chairman & Managing Director, Future Pipe Industries S.A.E.
09:50 Applications of post-tensioned concrete plates

Amr Abdelrahman, Chairman, Dr. Amr Abdelrahman’s Consulting Engineers

10:30 Integration of home and work: vertical or horizontal development?

Mamdouh Hamza, Chairman, Hamza Associates

11:10 An overview of sustainable design processes & housing market in Egypt

  • Understanding the real estate market in Egypt: design processes and the real estate market
  • Supply-demand equation: an overview on housing developments

Dalia Sadany, Founder, Dalia Sadany Designs

11:30 Geotechnical challenges in mega housing projects

  • An overview on the geotechnical aspect of housing construction in Egypt
  • Technical considerations on large scale housing developments: site selection and geotechnical assessment

Yasser Elmossallamy, Head of Engineering, Arcadis

12:10 Coffee & Speed Networking
12:45 Roundtable discussions: Improving energy efficiency for housing units in Egypt

  • What are the key steps to be taken in order to improve energy efficiency in Egypt?
  • What are the top priorities to be taken in consideration for new developments up to ensure higher sustainability standards by 2030?
13:05 Chairman’s Closing Remarks
14:00 Networking Lunch & End of Day 1
8:00 Registration, Refreshments and Networking
09:00 Chairman’s welcome and opening remarks
Wael Abdelmoez, Professor, Minia University
09:10 Punching shear reinforcement for reinforced concrete flat slabs – increasing strength and

  • Creating safe housing units: an overview of benefits of punching shear reinforcement
  • An overview on housing examples deploying punching shear reinforcements for reinforced concrete flat slabs

Prof Alaa Sherif, Professor of Reinforced Concrete Structures, Faculty of Engineering Mataria, Helwan University

09:30 Recycling and Reuse of Grey water in housing and mixed used buildings

  • From R&D to the largest grey water project implemented in the country: an overview on achievements to date
  • Uncovering the importance of innovation in grey water processes in densely populated areas

Wael Abdelmoez, Professor, Minia University

10:10 Challenges and hazards at new housing settlements in Egypt

  • Dealing with constructability issues: high seismicity, problematic soils and flash floods
  • Technical considerations for upcoming developments

Ashraf El Far, Geotechnical Engineer, PGESCo

10:30 Challenges and Foundations Alternatives for Housing in Arid Areas

Eng Marwan Shahien, Head of Geotechnical Engineering, Hamza Associates

11:00 Coffee break and networking
12:00 Roundtable discussion:Next-gen social housing: tackling the urban overcrowding issue

  • Growing population, growing housing developments: how will Cairo house a 40 million population by 2050
  • Enhancing urban well-being: creating the next generation of sustainable housing for the Egyptian population
12:55 Chairman’s Closing Remarks
13:45 Networking Lunch & End of Day 2


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