The world’s longest bridge extension connecting Kuwait City to Subiyah New Town crosswise over Kuwait Bay is set to be finished in April 2019
Booked for finish in April, the venture recovered 1.5 million sq- m of land for two ports and a principle organization building and guest focus.
The world’s longest connecting link between Kuwait City to Subiyah New Town crosswise over Kuwait Bay is set to be finished for the current year.
Media in South Korea announced that Hyundai Engineering & Construction (Hyundai) will finish the Sheik Jaber Causeway in 2019, six years in the wake of winning the agreement for the $2.6 billion venture.
Reports said that total length of the extension to be finished for the current year is 48.53km, about 7km longer than Haiwan Bridge in Qingdao, China.
Booked for finishing in April, the venture recovered 1.5 million sq m of land for two ports and a principle organization building and guest focus.
In November 2013, Hyundai won the task alongside a neighbourhood organization Combined Group, with the Korean a lot of the venture remaining at 78 percent of the complete development cost.
It is the biggest structural designing venture arrived by a Korean contractual worker since the conduit arrange from Libya in 1984.
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