Contracts include construction of 1,040 apartments, 31,548 housing plots
KUWAIT CITY, Aug 26: The Public Authority for Housing Welfare (PAHW) is currently working on 43 projects, ranging from plot projects, services, homes and services, and public buildings affiliated to it, and road projects for residential cities, with a total value of more than one billion dinars, reports Al-Rai daily.
These contracts include the construction of 1,040 apartments, 509 homes, and 31,548 housing plots. The public buildings include the construction of 18 kindergartens, 38 schools, 58 mosques, 58 housing units for imams and muezzins, 5 suburban centers, 4 central markets, 34 groups of stores, 4 cooking gas branches, and 5 police stations. This is in addition to six health centers, 3 fire stations, one center for memorizing the Quran, one Diwaniya for the elderly, and stores.
The infrastructure works include the construction of a number of roads complete with lighting, the extension of cables and main and subsidiary power transformer stations, a surface asphalt layer, ground tanks, underground wells, linking alternative services and roads, and building water lines.
According to the daily the Al Mutla’a residential city projects has the largest percentage of ‘residential’ projects, with 18 different projects, between infrastructure, roads and public buildings, as for the south and west projects of Abdullah Al Mubarak — 9 various projects, including infrastructure, roads and public buildings, and 16 projects are distributed between Sabah Al-Ahmad Residential City and its south, Al-Wafra, Mina Abdullah and others.
The remaining contracts of the Public Authority for Housing Welfare varies between maintenance and construction of public buildings, paving roads in Al- Wafra, Sabah Al-Ahmad City, northwest Al-Sulaibikhat, and East Taima.