Drake and Scull International Oman (DSO) has won two contracts worth US $12 million (OR4.6 million) to supply MEP works to government-owned projects.

The company is set complete the work on the Sohar Court Complex (SCC) and the Oman National Museum (ONM) in Muscat by June 2011 and September 2011 respectively.

“The value of projects in Oman that are set to go ahead in 2010 – at the prequalification, bid or engineering, procurement and construction stage – are estimated at $22 billion, highlighting the wealth of potential that the country has to offer,” said DSI CEO Khaldoun Tabari.

“We are proud to have aligned ourselves with a project that holds such a significant cultural importance for Oman in the past and we hope that this trend will continue with our latest ventures.”

Work will begin immediately on SCC, which will include six court halls and judges offices, and DSO will work simultaneously on the ONM project, which will display over 6000 year’s of Oman’s history in ten galleries.

DSO is the latest subsidiary to be established by Drake and Scull International.

“Our focus over the last year has been to expand our business geographically and vertically, and the decision to diversify into Oman follows this very philosophy,” added Tabari.

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