Infrastructure

Oman’s SEZAD awards infra contracts worth $220m

Four agreements are part of SEZAD’s efforts to complete projects as part of 2020 plan

The Special Economic Zone Authority in Duqm (SEZAD) has awarded contracts for infrastructure works to four local companies in Oman, according to a report by the state news agency.

Yahya bin Said al-Jabri, chairman of board of directors of SEZAD signed four agreements to implement infrastructure works in the Special Economic Zone in Duqm (SEZD) at a cost of approximately $220m. The signing of these agreements was part of SEZAD efforts to complete infrastructure projects within a five-year plan leading to 2020.

SEZAD signed a $129.1m contract with Serka and Rajab & Aidi Earthmoving Co in a joint venture, which stipulates the construction of two drainage channels.

In the agreement signed with Premier International Projects, the builder will construct two protection dams – one over Wadi Jarf and the other on Wadi Sai at a cost of $70.1m.

The contract awarded to Al Hajri Company, comprises the construction of Interface Roadway at Duqm at a cost of $18.7m.

The fourth contract, signed with Al-Sarooj Construction, is valued at $1.9m. Works include construction of a service road of 790m long along the tourism road in Duqm, with parking spaces for 63 buses, pedestrian paths and a 740m concrete channel for rainwater drainage.

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