Kuwait issues tenders for infrastructure work

25 September 2009

Contractors prepare bids for public housing projects

The Public Authority for Housing Care (PAHC) has invited companies to bid for infrastructure construction contracts at the Sabah al-Ahmed and Al-Jaber al-Ahmed developments.

For Sabah al-Ahmed, contractors have been invited to bid by 1 November for an infrastructure contract covering buildings roads and the installation of an electrical distribution network.

The prequalifiers are Ahmadiah Contracting & Trading Company, Alghanim International General Trading & Contracting Company, Burhan International Construction Company, Combined Group Trading & Contracting Company, First Kuwaiti General Trading & Contracting Company, Kuwait Company for Process Plant Construction & Contracting, Mushrif Trading & Contracting Company, and United Gulf Construction Company (UGCC).

The three Turkish/local joint ventures are Alsim Alarko with Design General Trading & Contracting Company, Guris with Khaled Yousuf al-Fulaij Establishment, and Makyol with Bahra International Company.

The five Chinese/local joint ventures are Beijing Urban Constructions Company with Kuwait Systems Company; China Railway Shisiju Group with Future Logistics Company, China Metallurgical Group Corporation with Standard Arabian General Trading & Contracting Company, Sino Hydro Corporation with Al-Arabi Trading & Real Estate Centre; and Covec China National Engineering Company with Concrete Industries Company.

The two South Korean/local joint ventures are Sambo with Eskan General Trading & Contracting Company; and SC Hando Engineering & Construction with Tamweel Askan Company.

The three Greek/local groups are Pantexniki Contractors & Engineers with Shatte al-Shams General Trading & Contracting, Technical Olympic Mochlos with Sai General Trading & Contracting Company, and Terna with Green Line General Trading & Contracting Company.

PAHC has invited contractors to bid by 8 November for the works at Al-Jaber al-Ahmed, which involves building roads and car parks, and the installation of electrical distribution networks.

The prequalifiers are Ahmadiah Contracting & Trading Company, Burhan International Construction Company, Combined Group Trading & Contracting Company, First Kuwaiti General Trading & Contracting Company, Kuwait Company for Process Plant Construction & Contracting, Mohammed Abdulmohsin al-Kharafi & Sons, Mushrif Trading & Contracting Company, United Gulf Construction Company (UGCC), all local, and Athens-based Consolidated Contractors Company.

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