Kuwait's Sheikh Jaber Al Ahmed Al Sabah causeway link inaugurated

The causeway is one of the largest infrastructure projects undertaken in the GCC region.

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The 48km causeway link is predominately a marine bridge that crosses the south of Kuwait Bay.
The 48km causeway link is predominately a marine bridge that crosses the south of Kuwait Bay.

The Sheikh Jaber Al Ahmed Al Sabah Causeway Link was inaugurated on 1 May 2019 under the patronage of Kuwait’s Emir HE Sabah Al Ahmad Al Jaber Al Sabah and South Korea’s Prime Minister Lee Nak-yeon.

SSH was appointed as the local infrastructure and construction supervision consultant by lead consultant Dar Al Handasah on the full causeway scheme.

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The causeway is one of the largest infrastructure projects undertaken in the GCC region and is built as a strategic highway by Kuwait’s Public Authority for Roads & Transportation (PART), which is also the project owner, to connect planned areas for development north of Kuwait City.

The 48km causeway link is predominately a marine bridge that crosses the south of Kuwait Bay linking it to the future Kuwaiti financial hub and Silk City.

Construction procurement for the project was on a design-and-build basis. Dar Al Handasah, supported by SSH as its local consultant, was appointed undertake a review of the contractor’s design and site supervision services. The consultancy agreement was signed by Kuwait’s Ministry of Public Works (MPW) on 18 November 2013 with the duration of the services spanning 60-month construction and 12-month maintenance periods.

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