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CSCEC wins $580m 'education city' deal in Kuwait

CSCEC's Middle Eastern unit will carry out the construction, operation and maintenance of the project's management facilities, according to reports

Sabah Al Salem University City is expected to become one of the world’s largest campuses. [Representational Images]
Sabah Al Salem University City is expected to become one of the world’s largest campuses. [Representational Images]

China State Construction Engineering Corporation's (CSCEC) Middle East unit has been awarded a $580m contract to build Kuwait's government-run Sabah Al Salem University City.

The development is set to be one of the world's largest campuses featuring world-class educational facilities.

It will feature seven 'unique-shaped' buildings including an administration building, cultural centre, convocation hall, conference centre, university library, visitor centre and a grand mosque.

CSCEC will carry out the construction, operation and maintenance of the project's management facilities, according to Trade Arabia news. 

Sabah Al Salem University City is the second largest project secured by CSCEC's Middle Eastern unit. 

 

 

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