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Throughout our years of operation, and with each step we’ve taken, both locally and abroad, our engineers and visionaries have never stopped aspiring for more. El Batal Developments has come a long way since its promising origins, and no more are its architectural talents on display than in Rock Capital 1: the biggest administrative building in the Governmental district in the New Capital; Egypt’s city of tomorrow.
El Batal Developments recognizes the immense potential lying in the New Administrative Capital’s 700 km² of unmatched earth. Rock Capital 1 represents the company’s 40-year track record in advanced Egyptian real estate, having invested EGP 3 billion in the administrative powerhouse.
“Rock Capital 1 intends to set an unprecedented benchmark to work, play, and live, providing comfort, efficiency and convenient business lifestyle.” — Hazel Wong, Executive Director of WSW Architects.
Apart from being the most prime example of El Batal Developments’ engineering and real-estate prowess, Rock Capital 1 was conceptualized with a shared, immaculate vision by multiple high-profile partners. Rock Capital 1 was chiefly designed by acclaimed architect Hazel Wong: Executive Director of renowned WSW Architects. Her mark can clearly be seen in the exemplary Emirates Towers; she channels that same iconic and productive energy into Rock Capital 1.
Rock Capital 1 has also inherited the architectural and creative energies of prominent engineering powerhouses such as Ted Jacobs Engineering Group, Cracknell & Engineering Consultants Group. Rock Capital 1 is design centered around employee wellbeing. It provides the ultimate and most productive workplace experience that allows employees to thrive along with their employers.
El Batal Developments began its journey in 1978, evolving from modest, independent contractors to full-service engineers and exceptional developers. El Batal Developments’ story is one of the strong achievements against challenging odds, and it continues to impress with each landmark... Read more