Alamiah bids low for parliament building

25 November 2007
Precast specialist, the local Alamiah Building Company is low bidder at KD28.2m ($100.7m) for the contract to build the National Assembly (parliament) expansion.

Alamiah’s low bid is marginally lower than the next-best price of KD29.6m ($105.7m) submitted by its compatriot Kuwait Dynamics. A total of 13 other local contractors priced the work.
The scope of works on the lump-sum contract covers the construction a new wing for the parliament and the construction of an information centre.
The client, the Ministry of Public Works, is expected to take about three months evaluating the bids before making an award (MEED 1:6:07).
The project’s consultants are the US’ HOK with the local Seif Engineering Consultants.

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