Larsen & Toubro wins $102.1 million contract to provide infrastructure and utilities for the Samayil industrial park in Oman.
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Larsen and Toubro (L&T) has won a $102.1 million contract in Oman to provide infrastructure and utilities for the Samayil industrial park in Dakhiliyah Governorate, the Oman Daily Observer reported.
Under the contract, the Oman subsidiary of the Indian construction and engineering firm is to implement infrastructure across two sites earmarked by Oman’s Public Establishment for Industrial Estates (PEIE) – a government body aimed at boosting industry – for establishing the new park.
The company is to undertake around 1.5 million cubic metres of earthworks for grading, filing and leveling activities, it was reported. Dual carriageways will also be built providing access to the industrial park. Moreover, the contract includes the construction of about 30 kilometres of single carriageway roads, wastewater treatment plant, sewerage network, water network, storm water drainage, and ducts for electrical cables.
A timeframe of roughly 16 months has been specified for completing the Samayil industrial estate package. Samayil will be the seventh industrial park in PEIE’s network of manufacturing hubs.
Parsons International & Company is the quantity surveyor and site engineer for the project, it was reported.