1,565sqm project will adjoin Ibri Hospital and will consist of a multi-purpose hall with a library, a theatre, an astronomical dome, celebrations hall and a Centre for Science and Innovation
Oman has floated a tender for the construction of the Ibri Science and Innovation Centre in the Al Dhahirah Governorate of the Sultanate, it has been announced.
According to a report by Oman Observer, the 1,565sqm project, which adjoins Ibri Hospital, is one of several sustainable social development projects being implemented by the private sector in various governorates of the Sultanate.
According to a statement issued online by Oman News Agency, “A tender has been floated for the construction works for the project of Ibri Centre for Science and Innovation , to be implemented in the wilayat of Ibri in Al Dhahirah Governorate, within the framework of sustainable social development projects that are implemented by the private sector in the governorates and wilayats of the Sultanate.”
“The project is funded by Okio Company and will be implemented over a total area of 1,565 meters next to the Ibri Hospital.”
“It will consist of a multi-purpose hall that includes a library, a theatre equipped with vocal and micro requirements, an astronomical dome, celebrations hall and a Centre for Science and Innovation,” the statement added.
Commenting on the project, Shaikh Dr Khalaf bin Salim al Ishaqi, Wali of Ibri, said the Ibri Science and Innovation Centre is funded by OQ within the framework of its corporate social responsibility under the supervision of Jusoor Foundation.
The project is considered as one of the leading projects coming up in Ibir beside the other projects that have already been implemented by private sector companies to the best interest of the community, he added.