Eight plot the way for Navigation Tower

03 May 2006
Eight companies have been invited to bid by 11 March for the Navigation Tower project in Doha. The invited companies are: Al-Huda Engineering, Aljaber Engineering, Construction Development Company (CDC), Contraco, Midmac Contracting, and SEG, all local; France's Bouygues; Multiplex of Australia; and Saudi Arabia's

El-Seif Engineering Contracting Establishment. The project involves the construction of a 52-storey, 220-metre building which will have a total built-up area of 116,700 square metres. It will include a six-storey car park with space for up to 1,700 vehicles. The US' Hill International is project and construction manager (PM/CM); the local MZ & Partners is carrying out the design work. The client is Qatar Navigation (MEED 15:7:05).

Eight companies have been invited to bid by 11 March for the Navigation Tower project in Doha. The invited companies are: Al-Huda Engineering, Al-Jaber Trading & Contracting, Construction Development Company (CDC), Contraco, Midmac Contracting, and SEG, all local; France?s Bouygues; a joint venture of Medgulf Construction and Multiplex of Australia; and Saudi Arabia?s El-Seif Engineering Contracting Establishment. The project involves the construction of a 52-storey, 220-metre building which will have a total built-up area of 116,700 square metres. It will include a six-storey car park with space for up to 1,700 vehicles. The US? Hill International is project and construction manager (PM/CM); the local MZ & Partners is carrying out the design work. The client is Qatar Navigation (MEED 15:7:05).

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