The scope of works includes basic infrastructure, such as the construction and maintenance of ringroads, a buffer of trees and vegetation and main roads between the northwest town areas and infrastructure services networks.

The closing date is now 18 May, instead of 6 April.

PAHC recently cut its shortlist of 91 firms able to bid for three township contracts by more than half.
Just 41 companies are now able to compete for contract covering construction, completion and maintenance of houses and public buildings at the Saad Abdullah township, on the outskirts of Kuwait City.

The work covers the construction of more than 800 buildings, split into packages of 263, 282 and 279 villas respectively (MEED 25:03:08).

PAHC is engaged in a multi-billion-dollar housing programme to provide homes for local nationals. The Sabah al-Ahmed Future City, 50 kilometres south of Kuwait City, will have a population of 110,000 once completed in 2015 (MEED 19:02:08).