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Bids have been invited by 17 February for the estimated $150 million dredging and reclamation contract on the expansion of King Abdulaziz Port in Dammam. The client is Saudi Ports Authority (SPA – MEED 27:1:06). The contract calls for the dredging of about 23 million cubic metres of material involving channel access, turning circle and basin. Prospective bidders include the local Huta-Sete, Geneva-registered Archirodon Construction (Overseas) with the Netherlands’ Royal Boskalis, Belgium’s Van Oord and Jan de Nul, also from Belgium.