Turkish construction organisation Limak Holding has signed an infrastructure deal with the Public Authority for Housing Welfare (PAHW) for the development, completion and maintenance of 3,260 plots of land in Kuwait.
Under the contract Limak will develop 3,260 plots of land in 730 days at the South Abdullah Al-Mubarak housing project.
The scope of the work will also involve parking lots, road networks, sewage systems, a telephone network, rainwater drainages, power stations, a 250-gallon irrigation tank, road lighting and placement of power cables.
The KD45.9 million ($153.1 million) project is one of the biggest residential areas in Kuwait with 5,201 units, and the first phase alone incorporates 2,346 units.
Limak Holding tendering and cost control director, Melek Guvener stated, “We are honoured to have been selected by the Public Authority for Housing Welfare to implement the South Abdullah Al-Mubarak housing project, and are proud to continue to play a prominent role as a trusted contractor in the community, and have a role in the growth and advancement of Kuwait through various development megaprojects.”
Limak started work on projects in Kuwait in 2009 with the construction of the Infectious Diseases Hospital, followed by the West Abdullah Al-Mubarak Housing project, and most latest the new terminal project at Kuwait International Airport.
Established in 1976, Limak works in over 17 countries with more than 55,000 employees.
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