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News » International » Mott MacDonald wins Bahrain supervision role » published 7 Sep 2016

Mott MacDonald wins Bahrain supervision role

Mott MacDonald is carrying out supervision of major infrastructure works for a housing project in Bahrain.

The work on behalf of the Ministry of Housing is taking place at Al Madina Al Shamaliya Islands 10, 11 and 12.

The scope includes site grading, highways, stormwater drainage, electrical, potable water, sewage and irrigation networks, telecommunication ducting and roadside landscaping. Two vehicular bridges connecting Islands 9 and 10 will also be built, as well as a vehicular bridge and apedestrian bridge connecting Islands 11 and 12.

Mott MacDonald project manager Simon Crossdale said: “This commission builds on our existing excellent relationship with the Ministry of Housing. We also have teams established and working on other major projects in the country, including the Bahrain Affordable Housing public-private partnership project at Al Luwzi and Al Madina Al Shamaliya Islands 13 and 14 (East) and the Al Madina Al Shamaliya Island 14 (West) housing packages supervision.”

Mott MacDonald will supervise the infrastructure and utilities contractor, as well as the bridges contractor, during both the construction and defects liability periods.

 

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This article was published on 7 Sep 2016 (last updated on 7 Sep 2016).

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