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Contracts Awarded

Written by  Author |   Tue, 20 December 2016 14:14

 


South Korea's Daewoo Engineering & Construction has been chosen to build an 8.5-km stretch of the E-Ring multi-lane highway in Qatar in a contract worth $730 million. Daewoo said it had received the letter of award from Public Works Authority (Ashghal) for the project. The company has so far won a total of five projects worth $3 billion in Qatar after entering the market in 2005.

United Development Company (UDC) has awarded Indian company Navayuga Engineering a contract to carry out piling works at Al Mutahidah Towers in Viva Bahriya at The Pearl. The contract includes the execution of approximately 917 piles along with the excavation and backfilling works, in preparation for the next construction phase. The piling works are anticipated to take 150 days, ending in January 2017.

Qatar’s Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC) has selected the main contractor for the Qatar Foundation Stadium. The contract has been awarded to a joint venture (JV) between J&P Qatar WLL, Conspel Qatar WLL, J&P-Avax SA, and J&P (Overseas) Ltd. Located in Doha’s Education City, the stadium is scheduled to complete before the end of 2019. The venue will host fixtures up to the quarter-final of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

Turkey's Tekfen Holding construction unit, Tekfen Construction signed a pre-agreement with the Ministry of Municipality and Environment of Qatar for construction of approximately $2.1 billion worth for the Al Khor Expressway project. The project aims to build a 34-kilometer-long highway incorporating 10 lanes along with viaducts, road junctions, overpasses and underpasses, according to the company. The company will complete the project in 36 months.

KBW Investments-owned TTM has been awarded a QR1 million ($275,000) contract to design and implement post tensioning technology for the C09 Lusail Marina project in Qatar. The project’s contractor and developer, Al Wefaq Engineering Co., appointed TTM to the job in June this year at the QR110m new development in Qatar’s Lusail City.

Turkish Yüksel Inşaat has won the bid for the "Al-Bustan Road North Section Design & Build" project in Qatar's capital city of Doha. Estimated to cost QR2.9 billion ($789.3 million), the said project was given to Yüksel-Ferrovial Joint Venture established in collaboration with the Spanish Ferrovial Agroman and Yüksel İnşaat.
 

 

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