This edifice, located in the heart of the Bouregreg valley, represents the cultural and arts reinvention of the Kingdom’s capital. The construction of this work, which is part of the policy of providing Moroccan cities with cultural infrastructure, reflects the Royal will to provide Rabat with a theatre that will elevate the city to the rank of the great Mediterranean metropolises.

The Grand THÉÂTRE de Rabat, an undeniable architectural icon designed by the renowned architect Zaha Hadid, is a major cultural attraction and one of the city’s flagship works of art. This MAD 1.5 billion project will be an important international urban landmark.


The Mohammed VI Tower is one of the most impressive projects on the right bank of the Bouregreg river, a future jewel of the African continent, built by Bank of Africa (formerly BMCE-Bank), with an estimated budget of MAD 4 billion. This Tower, whose construction works were presided over by His Majesty King Mohammed VI in 2018, is the emblematic building of the Bouregreg Valley development plan and one of the main components of the “Rabat City of Light, Moroccan Capital of Culture” programme.


The Rabat-Salé tramway now serves the Yacoub Al-Mansour district in Rabat and the Hay Moulay Ismail and Al-Karia districts in Salé thanks to line 2 extensions. The network currently spans 27 km and includes 43 stations. With the addition of these extensions, the tramway now carries 150,000 passengers per day, 40,000 more than before.

Studies for a third extension phase have begun. This MAD 7.8 million project aims to improve urban service quality, specifically to Sala El Jadida, Technopolis, Hay Ryad and downtown Témara.


This project is part of the National Airport Master Plan up to 2035 (Ajwae 2035), which aims to support the different sectoral policies, including:

– The Tourism Vision 2020 targeting 20 million tourists by 2020, which will have a significant impact on air traffic development, given that the airport’s current capacity is only 1.5 million passengers per year;

– The Logistics Strategy, which aims to position Morocco as a regional logistics hub in Africa;

– The Industrial Acceleration Strategy aimed at successfully expediting industrialisation through ecosystem-based development. To date, the project has cost more than MAD 1.7 billion. It aims to build a terminal with a surface area of 71,000 square metres, and create 1,700 direct jobs and 3,400 indirect jobs, of which 40% will be filled by women.

The New Ibn Sina University Hospital in Rabat

The construction of the new hospital, one of the major investment projects included in the 2022 finance bill, has begun at a cost of MAD1.55 billion.

The Hospital will be built on 11.4 hectares, and will be divided into two zones: the south-western section will house the future tower, while the “Eastern” one will house the current hospital, which will be demolished once the tower is completed. After that, it will be landscaped with green spaces and gardens, a medical museum, parking lots and annexes.

The future university hospital will cover approximately 140,000 m², or 14 hectares, which would not have been possible without the tower concept. This 35-storey tower will be 135 metres tall, which is unusual for a university hospital.


This project has mobilised more than 8 hectares of land, with a covered area of more than 21,000 m². The new bus station, which is directly connected to the Rabat-Casablanca motorway, has 46 coach platforms, a car park for short-term parking and another for long-term parking, as well as catering and waiting areas. The future station, designed in a modern architectural style, will cost an estimated MAD 160 million, excluding external improvements, and will help relieve traffic congestion within the city and optimise passenger transportation, particularly by improving the services provided.

Salé’s City of Handicrafts Development and Construction Programme

The existing Centre of potters and basket-makers has a poor and inappropriate architecture. The future City will be a showcase for the traditional skills of Rabat’s and Salé’s craftsmen, and will be designed to accommodate various types of commercial activities (pottery, carpet, basketry and traditional clothing shops, furniture, souvenirs, and so on), over an area of more than 13 hectares. This project will cost MAD 140 million and will take 24 months to complete.

La cité des métiers et
des compétences

Elle s’étendra sur un terrain de 10 ha situé à Tamesna, cette cité des métiers et des compétences offrira une capacité d’accueil de 4 500 places pour un budget d’investissement de plus de 420 MDH. Différents pôles métiers seront proposés à savoir : Gestion & commerce / Digital & intelligence artificielle / Tourisme & hôtellerie / Agriculture et les services à la personne et à la communauté.