Oman’s Special Economic Zone Authority in Duqm (Sezad) has awarded contracts worth RO84.7 million ($219 million) involving four key infrastructure projects within the free zone.
An agreement was signed with Premier International Projects Company for the construction of two protection dams, one over Wadi Jarf with a storage capacity of 32.8 million cu m, and the other on Wadi Sai with a storage capacity of 17 million cu m. The project will be completed by the end of 2019 at a cost of RO27 million ($70 million).
Another agreement worth RO49.7 million ($129 million) for the construction of two drainage channels was signed with a joint venture of Serka and Rajab and Aidi Earthmoving Company.
Sezad also signed agreements for the construction of the Interface Roadway Project at Duqm (Section 4) at a cost of RO7.2 million ($18.6 million), which was awarded to Al Hajri Trading Company.
Sezad also awarded a contract to Al Sarooj Construction for a 790-m-long service road in Duqm along with development of parking spaces for 63 buses, pedestrian paths and concrete channel for rainwater drainage.