Oman issued Tenders for the Sultan Haitham City Project

Oman issued Tenders for the Sultan Haitham City Project

Introduction:

The Ministry of Housing and Urban Planning, Oman, has floated three tenders. The tenders are for constructing streets, service roads and pavements. Moreover, establishing networks for electricity, water, and wastewater services, broadband, communication, and cooling networks. Also, three electrical substations within the Sultan Haitham City project’s first phase (2024 – 2030). These tenders have been awarded to premium-class companies. However, the project is expected to be completed within the designated time frame.

Tender 1:

The first tender focuses on implementing 31 culverts, 8 km of roads, 7 km of side roads, 30 km of bicycle lanes, and 30 km of pedestrian walks. Additionally, the tender covers the installation of traffic signals, traffic signboards, and street lights. The entire project work will complete within 24 months, and the winning developer must be a premium-class company.

Tender 2:

The second tender provides for implementing 105 km of water, 54 km of irrigation, and 62 km of rainwater drainage networks. Also, 93 km of sewage, communication, and broadband networks are available. The tender also covers the establishment of cooling networks. It also comprises an electricity network with a capacity of 100 MW of high, medium, and low voltage. The winning developer must complete the project work within 18 months and must be a premium-class firm.

Tender 3:

The third tender concerns the construction of three electrical substations for the transformation of 11/33 kilovolts. These substations will cover an area of 7,500 sq m in neighbourhoods 6, 8, and 9. The project must be complete within 15 months. Furthermore, the winning developer must be a premium-class firm.

Conclusion:

Oman’s project to construct services within the Sultan Haitham City project’s first phase is significant. The three tenders have awarded to premium-class companies, resulting in the implementation of ditches, roads, networks for electricity, water, and wastewater services, cooling networks, communication and broadband networks, and three electrical substations. The project work must complete within the designated time frame, and the winning developers must be premium-class firms.

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