The Maldives Transport and Contracting Company (MTCC) has been contracted to construct S. Hulhudhoo harbour.
The project agreement was signed between the government and MTCC at a ceremony held Sunday. Permanent Secretary of Planning Ministry Zeeniya HAmeed signed the agreement on behalf of the government and CEO of MTCC Adam Azim signed on behalf of the contractor.
Under this agreement, the construction of the harbour will consist of the construction of a 742 meter breakwater, 114 meters of quay wall, 642 meters of revetment and 2250 square meters of pavement. The agreement also includes the installation of harbour lights and channel lights.
The project is estimated to cost MVR 65 million and is expected to be completed within 375 days. The project becomes the 50th harbour construction project to be undertaken by the current government.