This year, it is the Mohammed VI bridge near Rabat, which crosses the Bouregreg wadi and bypasses the city of Rabat.
The award recognises the first - and largest - cable-stayed bridge built on the African continent for its technical excellence and unique design. Indeed, the bridge combines the highest concrete/steel structure in the world. In service for nearly 5 years, the bridge is 100 metres high and 950 metres long.
Egis managed the execution studies, produced the execution study files and carried out the geotechnical expertise.