The harbor channel dredging and breakwater construction project in Manadhoo island of Noonu atoll is nearing completion.
This was revealed by the Maldives Transport and Contracting Company (MTCC) on Tuesday.
As such, providing the latest updates of the Manadhoo harbor channel dredging and breakwater construction project via Twitter the company revealed that the project has reached 75 percent progress so far.
MTCC revealed that the construction of the ramp and revetment, were recently completed. Currently ongoing is work to close the existing channel.
The company completed the channel breakwater operations and construction of ramp in July.
Under the scope of the project, MTCC is required to conduct dredging and excavation operations in an area measuring 14,844 cubic meters and entrance channel dredging operations in an area spanning 15,822 cubic meters.
The project also entails the construction of a 175-meter breakwater, a 188-meter revetment, a concrete bridge measuring 4.5 meters in width and 244 meters in length and a ramp.
Other work that comes under the scope of the project include the installation of navigational aids.
The Manadhoo harbor channel dredging and breakwater construction project is valued at MVR 36.94 million.
The project was contracted to MTCC by the Ministry of National Planning, Housing and Infrastructure.