Contracts worth $66m approved in Oman
Deals include new roads linked to Al-Batinah motorway
Oman has awarded contracts worth around $66m (25.39m Omani riyals) involving roads, sewage and other projects.
According to reports, Oman’s tendering council approved the new contracts at a recent meeting and the largest project, at a cost of $22.1m (8.5m riyals), involves expansion and construction of new roads linked to Al-Batinah motorway in northern Oman.
A new water sewage network south of Al-Batinah, at a cost of $20.5m (7.9m riyals), is another key contract.
The report said the other projects included the import of new systems to the Muscat and Salalah airports, further road expansions and water distribution network expansions in the northeastern Buraimi province.