Limak is supposed to construct South Abdullah Al-Mubarak housing project with 3,260 plots of land in 730 days.
The Public Authority for Housing Welfare (PAHW) and Turkish construction firm Limak Holding has signed an infrastructure contract for the construction, completion and maintenance of 3,260 plots of land in Kuwait.
According to the contract, Limak is supposed to construct South Abdullah Al-Mubarak housing project with 3,260 plots of land in 730 days.
The construction will include everything in the specific area, from road networks to parking lots, from sewage systems to rainwater drainages and the work like telephone network, power stations, road lighting, a 250-gallon irrigation tank, and placement of power cables.
The cost of this project is around KD45.9 million (153.1 million) and this project is one of the largest residential areas in Kuwait with 5,201 units, and the first phase alone includes 2,346 units.
Melek Guvener, Limak Holding tendering and cost control director said, “We are honoured to have been selected by the Public Authority for Housing Welfare to implement the South Abdullah Al-Mubarak housing project, and are proud to continue to play a prominent role as a trusted contractor in the community, and have a role in the growth and advancement of Kuwait through various development megaprojects.”
There are many projects Limak has worked on, in Kuwait since 2009. It started with Infectious Diseases Hospital, followed by the West Abdullah Al-Mubarak Housing project, and new terminal project at Kuwait International Airport.