MoTC – Masirah Causeway Bridge – Ash Sharqiyah North - Project Profile
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Ministry of Transport and Communication (MoTC) is planning to undertake the construction of a new causeway bridge in Oman.
The project involves the construction of a 30km causeway bridge. It will include the construction of dual-carriage bridge, pedestrian walkways, supporting walls, and road separators and the installation of signals and security systems.
In February 2013, MoTC floated a tender for consultancy firms to provide advisory services on a project.
In June 2013, eight firms have submitted their bids.
In May 2014, the joint venture of National Engineering Office (NEO), DOHWA Engineering Co., Ltd (Dohwa) and Pyunghwa Engineering Consultant Ltd (PEC) appointed as study consultants.
The project involves the construction of a 30km causeway from Masirah Island to the mainland at Shanna in Oman.
The US$649 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of dual-carriage bridge
2. Construction of pedestrian walkways
3. Construction of road separators
4. Construction of supporting walls
5. Installation of signals and security systems
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