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Scadia invites tenders for Abu Dhabi airport

May 31 - The Supervision Committee for the Expansion of the Abu Dhabi International Airport (Scadia) has called for expressions of interest (EoI) from various firms to take on the redoing of design services for the technology centre facility at the Abu Dhabi International Airport.
This is the third tender of its kind and the last date to respond is June 17. The EoI is to choose companies for designing, building, operational and maintenance services for one or more district cooling (DC) plants and distribution systems at the airport.
So far, around 10 companies have submitted their EoIs.
 

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