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Oman is set to name soon the winning bidder of the contract for roads in Duqm, Oman Daily Observer has reported. Over 10 local and international consultancy firms are bidding for a contract to provide consultancy services for the Phase 1 design and construction supervision of roads and infrastructure for the town. The successful bidder will be required to undertake the complete design of road networks, common corridors for utilities and drainage systems, electrical distribution networks, potable water distribution networks, and sewerage and irrigation systems. Around 205-km of single and dual carriageways will be designed and built as part of Phase 1.