The French Luseo targets the Algerian hotel market

Algeria – The Algerian subsidiary of the French engineering and design office Luseo should soon be created in Algeria. First target market: the hotel industry and metal construction

This is reported in its latest issue Maghreb Confidential magazine, published this Thursday, September 6. At the head of this office, the former boss of the state steel and metallurgical holding company Imetal: Ahmed Yazid Touati. The latter was dismissed and replaced by Abdelhakim Maouche in January.

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Specialized in the prime contractor for buildings and infrastructure, this group is already very well established in Morocco where he worked on the tower of the People's Central Bank (BCP). But also that several hotels including the Sofitel of Essaouira and the Royal Mansour of Marrakech, property of Mohammed VI.

It also has antennas in Côte d'Ivoire (Noom hotel in Abidjan), Mali (perinatal unit in Bamako). But also worked in Qatar and the United Kingdom, where he helped design several hospitals.

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