Lhe company Al Omrane, from the Oriental region, launched this Monday, September 19, a call for tenders for the development of the future technopark of Oujda, at an estimated cost of 5.95 million dirhams.
The contract includes the performance of interior fittings, waterproofing, trim and interior linings, carpentry, plumbing, electricity, painting-glazing, fire protection and air conditioning, and the installation of security cameras. surveillance. The work must be completed within three months.
The Oujda technopark, which will open in the city center in the building housing the former headquarters of the Banque Populaire, will be the fifth of its kind in Morocco, after those of Casablanca (2001), Rabat (2012), Tangier (2015) and Agadir (2021).
“We want to support and accompany the leaders of innovative projects in their region. Beyond the city of Oujda, the entire Oriental region is full of entrepreneurial capacities and potential. Our duty is to help them and offer them a platform and support services to promote their success”explained, in October 2021 in a press release, Lamiae Benmakhloufgeneral manager of the Moroccan Information Technology Company (MITC), the company managing technoparks in the kingdom.
Installed on an area of 4000 square meters, the Oujda technopark plans to host more than 60 startups and project leaders operating in the fields of information technology, green tech and cultural and creative industries. They will be able to benefit from accommodation services, coaching, and connection with the technopark network.
The Oujda technopark is the result of a partnership involving, in addition to the MITC, the Oriental region, the wilaya, the Regional Investment Center and the University Mohammed Ier from Oujda.