Muhibbah Engineering wins $98M infrastructure contract in Qatar

WCN Editorial Team 12 Jan 2017 MIDDLE EAST TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE

Muhibbah Engineering Middle East, a unit of Muhibbah Engineering, has secured a contract worth MYR438.1M ($98M) for the construction of roads and infrastructure in Qatar.

The contract has been awarded by the Economic Zones Company of Qatar (Manateq), a company owned by the Qatari government.

The company will undertake construction works at the Um Alhoul Economic Zone (QEZ-3), Phase 2.1 (Portion 2A, Marine Cluster).

The construction works on the project will commence immediately and are expected to be completed by the second quarter of 2018.

Muhibbah Engineering provides oil and gas, marine, infrastructure, civil and structural engineering services.

Manateq is a developer and operator of specialised economic zones, logistics parks and warehousing parks in Qatar.

* Data provided by Timetric's Construction Intelligence Center.

 

* Image credit: JPRichard/Shutterstock.

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