Tendering for the project is expected at the beginning of 2015, an official told Zawya.
The 2,700-meter structure will replace the Floating Bridge across Dubai Creek once it opens in 2018.
Kuwaiti firms have been encouraged to bid for the wastewater treatment facility upgrade.
The highly anticipated project is expected to be completed within 50 months, according to a Bahrain Ministry of Finance official.
The nationwide scheme for Saudi fishermen will encourage local fishing production, according to a ministry official.
Cement surplus in the oil-rich kingdom stands at 16 million tons amid a slowdown in industry consumption.
More than 15,600 housing units for Bahrainis are expected to be built on the Al Madina Al Shamaliya (AMAS) project.
The facility will be one of 11 stadiums to be built across the country as per King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz’s directive.
The USD 300 million development will see the production of around 20,000 barrels of crude per day in Abu Dhabi.
The French company Systra Consulting will provide consultancy services for the project’s primary engineering designs.