The Casablanca Finance City Tower (CFC) is 122 metres high, has 25 floors, a mezzanine level and six underground parking levels, covering a total surface area of 21,000 m². The CFC tower was designed to be ultramodern, bright and spectacular. It is in the business district in Casablanca.
This sustainable tower required the use of 3,800m3 of concrete which was poured for 30 hours continuously, using 5 concrete plants, 5 concrete pumps and no less than 476 tonnes of steel. The CFC tower is a BYMARO project, a Bouygues Construction subsidiary, and will house the new headquarters for the Banque Centrale Populaire (BCP).