An agreement has been signed between the Maldives National University (MNU)) and Maldives Transport Contracting Company (MTCC) to build a Maritime Survival Centre.
In the ceremony held on Wednesday, the agreement was signed on behalf of MTCC by its Chief Executive Officer, Adam Azim. MNU's Vice-Chancellor, Dr. Mohamed Shareef, signed the contract on behalf of the university.
Under the project, MTCC is required to fill 1,200 cubic meters of sheet-piled land, pile sheets on a 35-meter quay wall, install concrete boulders across 27.25 meters. The project's scope also includes the construction of a 4.2-meter-long and 6.4-meter-wide ramp and installing a mooring bollard. An Environmental Impact Assessment will also be carried out under the project.
The value of the project is MVR 4.59 million. The contractor is required to complete the project within 210 days.