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Oman’s SEZAD awards infra contracts worth $220m

The Special Economic Zone Authority in Duqm (SEZAD) has awarded contracts for infrastructure works to four local companies in Oman, according to a report by the state news agency.

Yahya bin Said al-Jabri, chairman of board of directors of SEZAD signed four agreements to implement infrastructure works in the Special Economic Zone in Duqm (SEZD) at a cost of approximately $220m. The signing of these agreements was part of SEZAD efforts to complete infrastructure projects within a five-year plan leading to 2020.

SEZAD signed a $129.1m contract with Serka and Rajab & Aidi Earthmoving Co in a joint venture, which stipulates the construction of two drainage channels.

In the agreement signed with Premier International Projects, the builder will construct two protection dams – one over Wadi Jarf and the other on Wadi Sai at a cost of $70.1m.

The contract awarded to Al Hajri Company, comprises the construction of Interface Roadway at Duqm at a cost of $18.7m.

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