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Qatar's PWA to tender 23 new infra projects

The authority will award contracts worth $1.7bn in the next two years

Photo used for illustrative purposes only.
Photo used for illustrative purposes only.

Qatar's Public Works Authority (PWA) will tender 23 new infrastructure projects within the next two years, according to a report on Zawya.

The projects involve roads, bridges, sewage networks, buildings, and other infrastructure facilities.

Jalal Al Salhi, Infrastructure Director, PWA, said: "We will soon award contracts worth $1.7bn and tender 23 new projects within the next two years."

Salhi said that PWA is also pushing ahead with a $682mn sewage project north of Doha, which will be the largest in Qatar. It is expected to be commissioned in the second quarter of 2014.

And plans are afoot to construct 233 roads with a total area of 750mn m2 and three underwater tunnels in the country.

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