Tenders out for new Kuwaiti science research HQ

Larger headquarters needed for national scientific research institute

Tenders have gone out for the construction of new headquarters for the Kuwait Insitute of Scientific Research. Photo for reference only.
Tenders have gone out for the construction of new headquarters for the Kuwait Insitute of Scientific Research. Photo for reference only.

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Contractors with an eye on the construction of new headquarters for the Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research have just over a month to prepare their submissions.

The organisation was established 40 years ago and has since grown in its scope so needs a larger headquarters to house staff.

The Institute conducts scientific research and studies for national industry; offers consultancy services to the government and national organisations; and has comprehensive presence in the food resources, water, oil and petroleum, and environment and urban development fields.

Contractors must have their submissions, along with the KWD2,500 ($8,700) fee, by October 17.


 

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