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Oman have received bids of $654 million for Adam-Thumrait dualisation road

Oman’s Ministry of Transport and Communications revealed the bid results for the project” Construction of three segments of the Adam-Thumrait dualization road”.

The total distance of the Adam to Thumrait Road project is approx 717.689 km including Part 1 & 2 under construction.

The remaining distance for the proposed project is around 400Km and it is split into Parts 3, 4 & 5, which is to be built as a new two-lane road adjacent to the existing road. The new road together with the old road forms the 4-lane dual carriageway.

  • Adam – Thumrait Road, Part – 3 – 132.5km
  • Adam – Thumrait, Part – 4 -135km
  • Adam – Thumrait Road, Part – 5 -132.5km

Adam – Thumrait Road, Part – 3 :

Ministry got the proposals from a total of 8 bidders. Oman based Construction Company, Ghantoot Transport and General Trading LLC has submitted the lowest bid.

The Construction Company has submitted the lowest bid OMR 64,900,000.

Part 3 includes the carriageway from Haima to Muqshin, of total road distance 132.5km.

It includes the construction of 16 At-grade U-turns, service roads, 4 rest spot, 2 weigh stations, 21 lay bays, 8 emergency median openings, 22 ROP parking, approx115 reinforced concrete box culverts for over drainage and 88 pipe culverts for median drainage, median dam, and embankment protection.

Part 3 also comprises the rebuild of existing road at wadi locations and removing part of the existing road, protection works and culverts, and providing new multi-cell box culverts at existing floodways locations.

Adam – Thumrait, Part – 4:

Ministry got the proposals from a total of 6 bidders. Oman based Construction Company, Galfar Engineering and Contracting has submitted the lowest bid OMR 115,796,477.

Part 4 includes the construction of a new carriageway from Miqshin to Duka, of total road distance 135km.

It comprises construction of 16 At-grade U-turns, service roads, 3 rest spot, 25 lay bys, 8 emergency median openings, 25 ROP parking, approx 241 reinforced concrete box culverts for over drainage and 95 pipe culverts for median drainage, median dam, and embankment protection.

Part 4 also includes the rebuild of existing road at wadi locations and removing part of the existing road, protection works and culverts, and providing new multi-cell box culverts at existing floodways locations.

Adam – Thumrait Road, Part – 5:

Ministry got the proposals from a total of 8 bidders. Oman based Construction Company, Oman Gulf Company has submitted the lowest bid price OMR 63,468,179.600.

Part 5 includes the carriageway from Duka  to Thumrait, of total road distance 132.5km.

it comprises construction of 20 At-grade U-turns, service roads, 5 rest spot, 1 weigh station, 16 lay bays, 8 emergency median openings, 25 ROP parking, around. 101 reinforced concrete box culverts for cross drainage and 110 pipe culverts for median10 pipe culverts for median drainage, median dam, and embankment protection.

Part 5 also comprises the rebuild of existing road at wadi locations and removing part of the existing road, protection works, and culverts, and providing new multi-cell box culverts at existing floodways location.

The project completion time for each of the parts is three years apart from a 90-day mobilization period.

Parsons International & Company LLC is the consultant for the Ministry of Transport in the tendering and inspection of the Adam-Thumrait road dualization project.

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