For Ayoubco, the Tawfik residential project of 1982 was the first project with major infrastructure components, such as roadworks, external paving, sewage networks, water services, and telecommunications services.
In 1984 the company took on the Haikstep Military Township project. It involved quantities that are large by any standard. The project site covered an area of 44 million m2, which was divided in 29 self-sufficient sectors, and all 29 sectors were linked by roads running for 210 km. The project also included a sewage disposal system with a treatment plant designed to serve a town of 150,000 people, with 88 km of forced mains, 237 km of gravity fed sewer pipelines and 12 pumping stations. The water service system for the project included a water treatment plant with a daily production of 60,000 m3 of potable water, 385 km of pipelines that varied from 600 mm down to 100 mm, 7 pumping stations, 41,000 m3 elevated water tanks and 9 underground storage reservoirs. The electrical network included a 100 MVA power station, 67 transformer stations, 92 generator rooms, 5 main switching stations, 10,000 lighting columns, 66 km of overhead transmission lines, over 1,000 km of 11kV main cables and 280 towers.
More projects that included complete infrastructures followed. In 1990 Ayoubco was awarded a sewage disposal project at Imbaba city. The total value of the project was 12 million LE and used several different diameters of pipes on a perimeter of more than 12,000 meters. A water treatment station in Suez, with a value of 8 million LE, and one in Idfina, were also undertaken in the same year.
In 1991 the company built a military airport runway at a value of 2.2 million US dollars. In 1993 the company undertook a contract with Dillingham cooperation, for the construction of Janaklis Airport. The project included 106 buildings, all the external roadworks and paving, and had a total value of 20 million US dollars. The company has also undertaken the construction of several bridges that carry the Cairo-Aswan railway – the Ballanah, the Khourshid and the Kom Ombo Bridge.
The Stella Di Mare project begun in Ain Soukhna in 1997. It needed extensive roadworks, landscaping, irrigation, lighting, water and sewage treatment systems, a desalination plant, which is capable of desalinating up to 4,500 m3 of water per day, a communications network, and all the standard infrastructure requirements of a new city.