Oman has awarded tenders and additional works worth more than RO316 million ($818 million) across the sultanate including contracts for a protection dam at Wadi An’aar region and side protection at Salalah Port at a cost of RO23 million ($59 million), reported Oman Daily Observer.
The approval for these tenders came during a meeting of Oman Tender Board held recently under the chairmanship of Dr. Rasheed bin Al Safi al Hraibi.
Besides the Wadi An’aar and Salalah Port tenders, the board approved RO316 worth tenders and additional works for the following development projects: Parts 3, 4 and 5 of Adam-Thumrait dual-carriageway, for lengths of 133, 135 and 133 km and costing RO74 million, RO115 million and RO62.4 million respectively, and construction of a protection dam at Wadi Adonab in the Wilayat of Salalah in the Governorate of Dhofar at a cost of RO24 million.
Also, a few tenders were related to the renewal of a lease contract for the buildings of various ministries including the Education and Social Development along with those of the Public Authority for Consumer Protection and Public Authority for Mining.
TradeArabia News Service