Qatari Public Works Authority signed on Sunday five contracts with five companies aiming at implementing major projects in the country with a total cost of USD 585 million.
The Qatari authority also awarded Al-Ruwais Port construction contract to Consolidated Engineering Construction Company (CECC) which should be operational on June 20th 2010.
The project covers the development of the existing fishing port and the construction of new facilities to accommodate shows, coastal trading vessels and passenger-car ferry traffic.
The third project is to establish a sewerage network in Ain Khalid and is to go into effect on July 18th 2010 on part of the Qatari national construction company.
The project includes the design and construction of the sewerage network, including the canal and the internal sewage within the second phase of the sewage project in Doha and Al-Rayyan in Ain Khalid.
The fourth project includes the establishment of the sewerage network for Mesaimeer area and is to be implemented by Qatar Group for Trading and Contracting Company.
The fifth project will be to renovate the radio and television complex.
The project’s works includes the full reconstruction of said complex after the demolition of existing facilities and external works including fencing and redecorating works.
The project includes the construction of three buildings with gates on a space of 1,070 square meters for each of them, a mosque on an area of 253 square meters and the administration building and a power plant on an area of 284 square meters.