SSH awarded Bahrain infrastructure works
SSH, the leading master planning, infrastructure, building design, construction supervision and project management firms in the Middle East, was recently awarded the Secondary Infrastructure Works in Assets 13A, 23B and 24, on the north eastern coast of Muharraq Island, by Diyar al Muharraq.
SSH scope of services include design and supervision of roads, combined potable and firefighting, foul sewer, storm, treated sewage effluent, electrical, street lighting and telecommunications to three assets totaling over 1 million sqm in area.
Muharraq Island is a reclaimed area that is planned as an eclectic mix of residential and commercial developments composed of residential villas, investment buildings, community retail centre, mosque and public open spaces.
SSH have recently won a string of infrastructure projects in the Kingdom, following the mobilisation of an infrastructure team that will cater to the growing infrastructure demand of Bahrain.
“This award is a clear vote of confidence in our local capability and our in-depth understanding of the requirements of the Kingdom of Bahrain and it’s Ministries” said Mark Jamieson, Infrastructure Director at SSH.
Andrew Barwick, Resident Director at SSH, commented: “Supporting master developers such as Diyar Al Muharraq, is at the core of our expertise. With our internationally acclaimed design and supervision teams we can address technical queries and interface with Clients and Authorities at a moment’s notice. We understand the importance of our Clients being able to advance their projects and promote new residential and commercial areas in good time, allowing them to be in a strong position to meet the increasing demand of the market.”
SSH has delivered many high profile projects, including the Sheikh Jaber Al Ahmad Cultural Centre and the Sheikh Abdullah Al Salem Cultural Centre and Museum in Kuwait, a world class development that was recently shortlisted for an international design award. Additional relevant high profile projects include the Marina Waterfront Development in Kuwait and the prestigious Oman Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The firm maintains offices in Abu Dhabi, Algeria, Bahrain, Dubai, Iraq, Kuwait, London, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and South Africa.