Burj Mushraf CEO: Team “worked hard” for Tubli garden project

For Masood Khalid the chief executive officer of Bahrain-based Burj Mushraf Contracting Co, winning the Letter of Award (LoA) for Tubli Educational Garden project is “a very good opportunity”.

The contractor, a part of BMC Group of companies, was selected for the project in August 2019 after the evaluation of technical and financial proposals, following a tough bidding process that saw 10 other bidders.

Speaking to Construction Week about the contract award, Khalid said: “My team really worked hard for this project, [and] now we have been awarded the project.”

He added: “This project is very special for us as it will be the first-of-its-kind educational garden in the Kingdom of Bahrain. Nobody had made anything like this before so we are very excited.”

A design rendering of the Tubli Educational Garden project [Supplied by Burj Mushraf Contracting Co]

The contract is valued at $278,105.2 (BHD104,879.9) and has been awarded by the Kingdom’s Ministry of Works, Municipalities Affairs and Urban Planning along with Capital Municipality Bahrain.

Burj Mushraf Contracting Co’s scope of work includes, the construction of a boundary wall around the park with gate, educational mural wall and solar system model, construction of a service building, guard room, children’s play area, alphabet numbers and colours area, and a football field.

The Bahraini contractor will also supply and install cosmetic plants, irrigation systems, sundials, landscaping, car parking bays; and implement other related works including gardening as well as operation and maintenance (O&M) of irrigation network for two years.


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