Oman picks Carillion for mixed-use project
- Oman: Sunday, October 07 - 2012 at 09:26
UK-based contractor Carillion has said it has been awarded a £113m ($182.3m) contract to build a mixed use development for the Oman Public Authority for Social Insurance. The deal is part of $298.5m of new business it had won in the last quarter in the Middle East. Meanwhile, Carillion said it was in line for potential contracts in the region worth more than $4.82bn in the next four months, as infrastructure projects in the region show signs of life. "We are well positioned for a number of large contracts, particularly in Qatar and the UAE," chief executive, Richard Howson was quoted as saying by Reuters.
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