Bahrain's Edamah receives design and supervision bids for second phase of Sa'ada development

The $119mln mixed-use project is located in Muharraq

  

07 February 2019
Five companies are in the fray for the design and supervision consultancy contract for the second phase of the 45 million Bahraini dinars ($119 million) Sa'ada mixed-use waterfront development located in Muharraq.

Adel Ahmadi Associates submitted the lowest bid at 131, 850 dinars followed by HCPY Arquitect Asociados at 135,080 dinars, according to a Bahrain Tender Board notice on Thursday. Other bidders include Gulf House Engineering, Mohammed Salahuddin Consulting Engineering Bureau and Pan Arab Consulting Engineers

Sa'ada phase 2 will be developed on a site area of 11,223 square metres and comprises a multi-storey car park, retail and Food and Beverage outlets, open plazas, a bus station and a post office, according to project brochure available on the Edamah website.

In September 2018, online news portal www.tradearabia.com had reported the first phase comprising seven buildings, a multi-storey car park and marina suppot facilities were completed in July 2018 by the main contractor, Mohammed Jalal Contracting Company. The report said Gulf Engineering Company is the main consultant and AECOM has worked on the project infrastructure.

(Writing by Sowmya Sundar; editing by Anoop Menon) (anoop.menon@refinitiv.com)


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