The Bahrain Airport Company (BAC) has received prequalification documents for the infrastructure and construction packages of the maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) hangar at Bahrain International airport

Firms that are seeking to prequalify for the the infrastructure package are:

  • Al-Door Excavation & Building Contracting (local)
  • Al-Ghanim General Trading & Contracting (Kuwait)
  • Bahrain Motors Company (local)
  • Haji Hassan Group (local)
  • Kooheji Contractors (local)
  • Mohammed Abdulmohsin al-Kharafi & Sons (Kuwait)
  • Nass Contracting (local)
  • Poullaides Construction Company (local) / ICM
  • Sayed Kadhem al-Durazi (local)
  • Tamcon (local)
  • TAV (Turkey)
  • Terna (Greece)

 Firms that are seeking to prequalify for the MRO hangar construction package include:

  • Aktor (Greece)
  • Al-Alia Trading & Contracting (local)
  • Al-Ghanim General Trading & Contracting (Kuwait)
  • Al-Moayyed Contracting (local)
  • Alsim Alarko Sanayi (Turkey)
  • Amana Steel Buildings (UAE)
  • Arabian International Mechanical Contracting (local)
  • Aradous Contracting & Maintenance (local)
  • Kooheji Contractors (local)
  • Larsen & Toubro (India)
  • Mohammed Abdulmohsin al-Kharafi & Sons (Kuwait)
  • Mohammed Jalal & Sons (local)
  • Nass Contracting (local)
  • Poullaides Construction Company (local)
  • Sayed Kadhem al-Durazi (local)
  • TAV (Turkey)
  • Terna (Greece)
  • Tamcon (local)

These packages are part of the modernisation programme of Bahrain International airport.

The main civil works contract for the $1.1bn programme was awarded to a team of the UAE’s Arabtec Construction and Turkey’s TAV in early 2016.

Specialist systems such as passenger air bridges, baggage-handling machines, moving walkways, and security packages have also been awarded.

Apart from the maintenance, repair and operation (MRO) hangar, other packages awaiting award are the airport access roads and jet fuel hydrant systems and station.

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