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16Apr14 Repair and Asphalt Overlay Projects, Water Distribution Networks
By: Mashhad Water and Wastewater
Iran Construction
Power and Utilities
16Apr14 Repair, Maintenance and Optimization of Non-Industrial Buildings
By: Mobarakeh Steel Company
Iran Construction
16Apr14 Repair of Machinery Components Fixed and Moving Company Steel
By: Mobarakeh Steel Company
Iran Real Estate
16Apr14 Repair and Reconstruction of Fixed and Moving Parts
By: Mobarakeh Steel Company
Iran Real Estate
16Apr14 Supply of Spare Parts for Construction Air Conditioner Frames
By: South Pars Gas Complex Company
Iran Industrial Manufacturing
16Apr14 Provide and Fixation of Solenoid Valve
By: South Pars Gas Complex Company
Iran Industrial Manufacturing
16Apr14 Provision of Cleaning Services
By: General Supplies Department-Jordan
Jordan Construction
Power and Utilities
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16Apr14 Provision of Cleaning Services
By: General Supplies Department-Jordan
Jordan Construction
Power and Utilities
1 more
16Apr14 Supply of Contra Angle 1:1 Hand Pieces Model: 2068 LHC
By: Kuwait University
Kuwait Industrial Manufacturing
Power and Utilities
16Apr14 Maintenance Works in Main Operating Theatres
By: Ministry Of Health
Oman Real Estate
 
Top Project News
  • Illegal buildings under scanner across Oman

    With the ongoing construction activity of all sizes and purposes dotting the entire countryside of Oman, the ministry of municipalities and water resources has decided to crack down on anyone violating the construction-related rules and regulations. Times of Oman - 17Apr14
  • Medical city in Muscat to be ready by 2020

    The construction of a major medical city in the suburbs of Muscat is expected to begin in the near future and will be completed in 2020, according to Ali Talib Al Hinai, undersecretary of ministry of health for planning affairs. Times of Oman - 17Apr14
  • Emirates to cut 41 flights during Dubai airport runway upgrade

    Dubai's Emirates airline will have to ground flights to 41 destinations from Dubai International airport during work to upgrade and refurbish the two runways, at a cost to its revenues of about 1 billion dirhams (USD 272.3 million), the airline said on Thursday. Reuters - 17Apr14
  • Plans to build petchem zone in Iranshahr

    President Hassan Rouhani said his administration plans to build a special petrochemical zone in the southeastern Iranian city of Iranshahr in Sistan-Baluchestan province. Iran Daily - 17Apr14
  • PPP key to Africa infrastructure woe

    The private sector is in a solid position to fill the continent’s funding gap, but regulatory and capital market reform is needed. Zawya - 16Apr14
  • Dhofar projects in full swing

    Dhofar Municipality is continuing its efforts to complement a number of projects related to road infrastructure, horticulture, road lighting, public parks and rest houses, said Salim bin Aufit al Shanfari. Oman Daily Observer - 16Apr14
  • Tehran, Baku finalize power plant deal

    Tehran and Baku have finalized an agreement for the construction of a hydroelectric power plant during a recent visit by Azerbaijan's President Ilham Aliyev to Iran. Iran Daily - 16Apr14
  • SEC okays awarding of SAR7bn projects

    The Board of Directors of Saudi Electricity Company (SEC) has approved the awarding of 17 projects at a total cost of SAR7.239 billion. The Saudi Gazette - 16Apr14
  • Qatar to invest QAR664bn in infrastructure

    Qatar will invest around QAR664bn in infrastructure, excluding projects in oil and gas sector, in the next five years, said H E Sheikh Ahmed bin Jassim Al Thani, the minister of economy and Trade yesterday. The Peninsula - 16Apr14
  • Iraq approves S.Korea's Daewoo USD588.8m oilfield contract

    Iraq's cabinet approved Tuesday an USD588.8 million oilfield service contract with South Korea's Daewoo Engineering & Construction (047040.KS) for the development of the Zubair oil field, the cabinet said in a statement. Reuters - 15Apr14
  • Egypt's SODIC settles with government over Eastown project

    Property developer SODIC OCDI.CA has signed a dispute settlement with Egypt's government, agreeing to pay 900 million Egyptian pounds (USD129 million) over seven years after a revaluation of its Eastown scheme in Cairo, the company said on Tuesday. Reuters - 15Apr14
  • Egypt's SODIC settles with government over Eastown scheme

    Egyptian property developer SODIC has agreed to pay the government 900 million Egyptian pounds (USD 129 million) over seven years following a revaluation of its Eastown scheme in Cairo, adding it would develop the project over five years. Reuters - 15Apr14
  • Iran to construct six refineries in Indonesia

    Iran plans to construct six oil refineries in Indonesia.Hassan Khosrowjerdi, the head of Iran's Oil, Gas and Petrochemical Products Exporters Union, made the announcement on Sunday, Fars News Agency reported. Iran Daily - 15Apr14
 
 
 
 
 
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