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Panta Lesco awarded €15 million project in Libya

An artist's impression of the project.

An artist's impression of the project.

Panta Contracting Overseas Ltd, one of the six subsidiary companies created under the Panta Lesco Ltd umbrella, has been awarded a €15 million project for the World Islamic Call Society’s entertainment centre in Gurgi, Libya.

This project, which boasts a massive total area of 250,000 square metres, equivalent to eight football pitches, is one of Panta Lesco’s largest projects to date.

After completion, the World Islamic Call Society will offer a commercial centre with offices and clinics as well as a small hotel. Panta Lesco is currently in process of catering to the building’s extensive mechanical and electrical equipment requirements and installations.

The project requires a vast amount of materials due to its large dimension including 52,000 square meters of polyurethane ductwork, equivalent to four years of duct panels used in Panta Contracting projects in Malta and 51 kilometers of piping for chilled water, fire-fighting, domestic water, soil and rain water systems.

Panta Contracting Overseas Ltd was set up as an overseas arm of Malta-based subsidiary company, Panta Contracting Ltd in 2005. This Libyan-registered company has since been involved in a number of large landmark buildings such as the BAB Africa Corinthia Hotel in Tripoli and the luxury Palm City Residential Complex in Janzour.

Panta Contracting Ltd is a prominent company based in Malta that has been involved in a number of renowned local projects since its inception in 1993. Through this companies, Panta Lesco Group of Companies have built a strong reputation for their engineered mechanical, electrical, HVAC and plumbing installations and have been instrumental in ensuring that a substantial amount of large scale developments in Malta come to completion including the Bank of Valletta International offices, the HSBC Operations Centre and Golden Sands Resort & Spa.

“The awarding and completion of each client project is an important milestone for the company, offering new experiences and the opportunity to develop our expertise. This particular project in Tripoli has been of great significance to the company since it is one of the largest projects we have been involved in,” Henry Attard, chairman of the Panta Lesco Group said.

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