The local Haya Water has awarded Athens-based Consolidated Contractors Company (CCC) the $42.5m deal to build phase three of the Al-Amerat wastewater network in Oman.

The contract involves building 113 kilometres of trunk sewer lines, lateral and rider sewers, as well as house connections.

In May 2013, CCC was awarded a $70m deal by Haya Water for work on a water reuse project in the Qurum and Ilam areas of Bausher in the Muscat governorate.

CCC is working on other major schemes in Oman. In February, it secured the $1.2bn engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract for the central processing facility (CPF) at the Khazzan tight gas development, as part of a consortium with UK-based Petrofac. CCC’s share of the contract is worth $289m.

The CPF, which will be built at Block 61 in west-central Oman, will have the capacity to produce 1 billion cubic feet a day (cf/d). The UK’s BP is developing the Khazzan field.

Late last year, Oman’s Transport & Communications Ministry awarded CCC the $325m package six of the Batinah Expressway scheme. The contract involves the construction of 45km of dual carriageway with four lanes in each direction, four major interchanges and six bridges.