A committee from the Ministry of Public Works will study bids submitted by companies for the construction, completion and maintaining of package No. 3 project for aircraft hangars, runways and service buildings for the new passenger terminal building at Kuwait International Airport, starting next week.
Informed sources in the ministry told a local Arabic daily that the committee, chaired by the assistant undersecretary for the major projects sector, Abdulmohsen Al-Enezi, will look at the lowest priced bidders if they meet the conditions mentioned in the tender. The study work is expected to take between one and a half to two months before choosing the company to carry out the work.
The launch of the third package, sources said, comes in line with the works that are being implemented in the first and second packages of the main building and the annexes, the roads and services of the project, which is proceeding according to plan.
It is noteworthy that the third package project is located between the eastern and western runways, extending from Building 2 on an estimated area of 3.210 million square meters, and consists of aircraft hangars, corridors linked to the current runways, air service roads, service tunnels associated with Building 2, a power station, a building Food supplies, support building, and pedestrian bridges.
The project aims to increase the capacity of Kuwait International Airport, to 25 million passengers annually and the latest regional hub in the region, using the latest technology in the field of aviation and the highest environmental standards, to achieve high levels of comfort and distinguished service for travelers.