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Pipoman awarded Oman road works contract

MUSCAT, January 2, 2019

Oman's Special Economic Zone Authority at Duqm (Sezad) has signed up Premier International Projects (Pipoman) for the construction of an 8.3-km-long service road in the Duqm region of the sultanate, said a report.

The RO3.8-million ($9.86 million) agreement for the Service Road Construction Project at Aman District will be implemented during 18 months. Nearly a month will be needed for the preparatory works, reported Oman News Agency.

As per the agreement, Pipoman will design and construct around an 8.3-km-long service road in Duqm near Sezad building, stated Yahya bin Said Al Jabri, the Sezad chairman, after inking the deal with Khalid bin Nassir Al Toobi, the managing director of the company.

The road will serve the Royal Oman Police (ROP) facilities and intersect with the main road, Sultan Qaboos Road, that connects the Duqm Airport with the Port, stated the report.

The project involves four roundabouts, with entrances and exits extending from and leading to Sultan Qaboos Road, along with water drain facilities, protection and removal of existing utilities and LED street lighting system, it added.

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