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Summary:
Reclamation Works And Shore Protection Of Alghous & Muharraq Lagoon Plots And Muharraq Harbor
Sector:
Infrastructure and construction,Marine
Country:
Bahrain
 
Notice Type:
Tender Notice
Deadline:
19 Feb 2023
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Summary:
Reclamation Works And Shore Protection Of Alghous & Muharraq Lagoon Plots And Muharraq Harbor
Sector:
Infrastructure and construction,Marine
Country:
Bahrain
 
Notice Type:
Tender Notice
Deadline:
19 Feb 2023
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Summary:
Pre And Post Contract Engineering Services For Karzakan Beach And Walkway
Sector:
Consultancy - Engineering,Marine,Roadways
Country:
Bahrain
 
Notice Type:
Tender Notice
Deadline:
15 Feb 2023
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