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Bahrain Airport issues tender for security fencing

DUBAI, February 5, 2018

Bahrain Airport Company (BAC), which manages and operates Bahrain International Airport (BIA), has issued a new public tender for security fencing in a bid to improve its landside and airside boundary.

Dubbed Control Post No 3 (CP3), the project is see the upgradation of the existing airport perimeter fence. The improvements will include additional CCTV and lighting, which will be installed at the new fence, reported BNA.

The enhancements are necessary to meet the security requirements of the $1.1-billion Airport Modernisation Programme (AMP) currently under way at the airport, it stated.

This project is being carried out over two stages in co-ordination with Airport Police Directorate at BIA, with the first stage being the demolition of old and unsafe buildings and existing fences, which was successfully completed in March last year.

The second stage, which is now being tendered, will help elevate the levels of security at several locations, making the entire airport safer. The project will be completed within six months.




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