Plan captured in fiscal year ’19/’20
KUWAIT CITY, March 25, (KUNA): Kuwait’s public works ministry said on Monday that it has put out to tender some 125 development projects across the country, as part of its plan for the fiscal year 2019/2020. Among the projects is the construction of aircraft parking stands and transport corridors for Kuwait International Airport’s new Terminal 2, the ministry’s official spokesperson Iman Al-Omar said in a statement.
She cited a new private school complex in Kuwait’s southern commercial hub of Egaila, in addition to a sprawling children’s hospital as other major projects planned, along with a volunteer center in a country known for its philanthropic endeavors.
Grouping the projects into different categories, she revealed that 23 of them belong to the healthcare engineering sector, while 51 are classified as maintenance engineering projects, in addition to renovation deals including road repair.
Renovations will also be carried out across government buildings and on major roads and highways nationwide, the official pointed out, which encompasses clearing sand piles off roads. She went on to disclose that a “Geoinformatics” system is currently in the works, which deals with science and the technology of cartography used to address the problems of geography.
By Dhari Al-Duweesh