The number of followers on Bahrain’s Ministry of Works’ Instagram account has amounted to over 10,000, said a top official.
This indicates a very positive response from the followers and an interest in the ministry&rsq
A delegation from Washington’s Central Bank recently visited Bahrain’s Ministry of Works (MoW) to discuss the use of green buildings system and renewable energy applications.
The delegation was headed by Mena energy ex
The Bahrain Ministry of Works said its community service department received a total of 471 requests during the first quarter of 2014.
Of this, the roads sector received 363 requests, while the sanitary engineering sector received
Bahrain’s Ministry of Works (MoW) has launched new e-Service to evaluate products and materials online.
The new service can be reached through the e-Government portal bahrain.bh or the Ministry’s page works.gov.bh.
Bahrain’s roads assistant undersecretary Huda Fakhro recently met with District 5 Municipal Council member at the Northern Governorate, Nader Hassan Yaqoub, where they highlighted infrastructure projects in the area.
The Bahrain Ministry of Works (MoW) said the number of users accessing its electronic services (either through its web page or the eGovernment portal) has now reached 32,620.
The ministry's information technology director Hish
Bahrain Ministry of Works has started work on the revamp of 6.6 km-long Shaikh Salman Highway in West Riffa at a cost of BD1.2 million ($3.16 million), said a top official.
The ministry’s roads projects & planning direct
The Ministry of Works has announced the completion of a BD1 million ($2.66 million) development project of Al Ghoos Road in Busaiteen.
The road aims to improve traffic flow, increase road capacity, reduce congestion and enhance ro
The Bahrain Ministry of Works has recently awarded a major contract worth BD771,426 ($2.04 million) for the development of Shaikh Daij Road/Palace Road junction to ensure smooth traffic flow.
The project developer Atlas Transport, Contract
Bahrain Ministry of Works has unveiled the “Bahrain Colouring Tour,” a book designed to familiarize small children with the main landmarks, public roads and causeways that link up different parts of the Kingdom.
The first colouring book of