US contractor to build Libyan infrastructure

03 January 2008
Tennessee Overseas Construction Company has been awarded a $1.25bn contract to build infrastructure in Tripoli and Benghazi.

The contract also involves the storage of rain water and treated waste water in local aquifers. The aim of the project is to improve living conditions for Libyans living in the two cities.

US-based Washington Group International will provide all construction management services for the project.

Libya’s Housing Infrastructure Board is the client.

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