Justice Ministry still to award similar contract for Nizwa
Oman’s Ministry of Justice has awarded an OR9.8m ($25.5m) contract to the local/UK Carillion Alawi to build court premises at Rustaq in the north east of Oman.
Carillion was awarded the contract to build the regional Preliminary & Appeal Court on the 1 June, says a source working on the project. The contract covers the construction of a 4-storey courthouse and associated facilities.
Carillion beat competition from four other groups to win the contract. The other groups that submitted bids were the local Galfar Engineering & Contracting group, the local/UK Douglas OHI group, the local Abu Hatim Company and Indian firm Larsen & Toubro.
The Galfar Engineering & Contracting group submitted the lowest bid for the contract to build the court in Nizwa with a price of OR10m. This was 2 per cent better than the second lowest bid of OR10.2m submitted by the local/UK Douglas OHI group (MEED 31:3:10).
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