Prequals in for Wadi Dayqah dam

15 July 2005
Applications for prequalification were submitted on 11 July from 15 companies for the contract to build the Wadi Dayqah dam and associated water supply system, calling for the construction of a main dam, an earthfill saddle dam, a water supply network covering Muscat and Quriyat, two pumping stations, two storage tanks, two substations and a water treatment works. Total project costs are estimated at RO 50 million-60 million ($128 million-154 million). A team of the US' Black & Veatch, Pakistan's Nespakand the local Al-Manarah Engineering Consultancyis advising the client, the Ministry of Regional Municipalities, Environment & Water Resources (MEED 10:6:05).

Prequalification applicants

China Gezhouba Water & Power

Gama, Turkey

Gamon, India

Gamuda, with WCT, Malaysia

Hindustan Construction, India

Kumho Construction & Engineering,

South Korea

Larsen & Toubro, India

Ozaltin Construction, Turkey

Patel Engineers & Contractors, India

Sabir International, Iran

Salini Costruttori, Italy

Sinohydro Corporation, China

Societe Generale of Works, Morocco

Strabag, Austria

Vinci, France

Source: Tender Board

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