Madayn, Oman’s Public Establishment for Industrial Estates has signed an agreement with Al Hashemi and Al Rawas Trading and Contracting Co for the infrastructure development project for Raysut Industrial City for a total cost of $10.36 million.

The one million sqm project agreement was signed in the presence of Ahmed bin Hassan Al Dheeb, chairman of Madayn’s board of directors, and Salah Salem bin Mohiyaddin bin Saif, CEO of Al Hashemi and Al Rawas Trading and Contracting Company.

Raysut Industrial City was inaugurated in 1992 had a total area of 1.5 million sqm and six projects. It had extended to 3.8 million sqm with 194 operating projects.

Al Dheeb said: ” This agreement shall provide new infrastructure services and develop the existing ones. All the industrial cities that fall under the umbrella of Madayn are receiving great demand due to their strategic locations across the sultanate.

CEO of Madayn for operations, Musallam bin Mohammed Al Shehri stated that the project, Madayn will establish an integrated network of roads, pavements, drainage systems, fire extinguishing systems, and irrigation systems over 7.9 km. Water networks will also be provided over 8.3 km.

The project will develop communication and gas networks and a wasteland water treatment plant with 1000 capacity per day as well as an advanced lighting technology. The project is due for completion in Q3 2020.

Source: Construction News

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