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Infrastructure Works Project - Duqm Special Economic Zone
This project will be executed in the Duqm Special Economic Zone (SEZAD) in Oman. It is part of the client's efforts to complete infrastructure projects within the Ninth Five-Year Plan and development until 2020. Client has awarded contracts to four companies for carrying out the main works packages. They are a joint venture of several construction company. The contract signed with the construction company stipulates the construction of two drainage channels. The first is Wadi Jarf Channel Valley, about 12 kilometers long and 340-650 meters wide at the final exit at the sea. The second channel is Wadi Sai Channel of 10 kilometers long up to the meeting point with Wadi Jarf Channel of 90-320 meters wide. The Special Economic Zone in Duqm (SEZAD) has been established as per the provision of the Royal Decree No 119/2011 issued on 26TH October 2011. The Duqm Special Economic Zone Authority (SEZAD) manages, regulates, and develops all economic activities in Duqm. It plans, designs, and implements long-term strategies for infrastructural development . The contract is valued at $129 million. In the agreement signed with Premier International Projects, the contractor will construct two protection dams - one over Wadi Jarf of 19.4 meters high and 1.6 kilometers long with a storage capacity of 32.8 million cubic meters, and the other on Wadi Sai of 16.4 meters high and 3.3 kilometers long with a storage capacity of 17 million cubic meters. The total cost of this contract is estimated at $70 million and expected to be completed by the end of 2019. The contract awarded to a Company comprises construction of Interface Roadway at Duqm (Section 4) at a cost of $19 million. The Special Economic Zone (SEZ) at Duqm, Oman relating to the development of foundation and streets at the port's business pre-entryway, plan and digging for another fluid mass billet, streets and hallways associating the refinery to the fluid mass compartment and dams and channels to secure the region against floods. It involves the construction of an interface road from the main road (Sultan Said bin Timour Road) that goes along Duqm from the south to the power station, in addition to another link passing through the site of Sebacic Oman Company situated to the north of Duqm Port. According to the agreement, it will build a dual carriageway of 2.2 kilometers long and single roads of 3 kilometers long, in addition to two dual entrances to Duqm Refinery with a total length of 574 meters. Works shall include traffic signals, two roundabouts, concrete channel for rainwater drainage of 3.8 kilometers long, concrete box culverts, street lighting and protection of existing services. The fourth contract, signed with Al-Sarooj Construction, is valued at $1.9 million. Works include construction of a service road spanning 790 meters along the tourism road in Duqm, with parking spaces for (63) buses, pedestrian paths and concrete channel for rainwater drainage of 740 meters long. Works also include concrete culverts, street lighting, parking spaces and protection of existing spaces.