Bapco Tazweed has officially signed the agreement with RP Construction to build a new fuel station in Hamad Town, Roundabout 14. The construction company was awarded the tender for the construction project on a total land area of 5,502 square meters through Bahrain Tender Board.
The agreement was signed by Mr. Jassim Al-Shirawi, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Bapco Tazweed, and by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al-Khalifa, on behalf of RP Construction.
It was announced on this occasion by Mr. Jassim Al-Shirawi that the signing of the Hamad Town, Roundabout 14 agreement comes with the company’s plan to expand its network of fuel stations in various regions of the Kingdom of Bahrain, fulfilling the needs of consumers and providing them with means of comfort through the presence of these services near their neighborhoods, in addition to relieving pressure on the existing stations.
Mr. Al-Shirawi has also stressed that the expansion of the company’s network of new stations in the various governorates of the Kingdom comes within a strategic action plan implemented by the company and in alignment with the requirements of sustainable development initiatives witnessed in all sectors by the Kingdom of Bahrain, carried out by the esteemed government and headed by His Royal Highness Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, Crown Prince and Chairman of the Board Ministers, may God protect him. These efforts also accommodate population growth and the advancement of urban development and investment in various parts of the Kingdom of Bahrain.
From his side, the Manager of Operations and Technical Department in the company, Eng. Khalid Al-Haj, explained that the upcoming fuel station in Hamad Town, Roundabout 14 will offer pumps that provide different types of fuel including Super, Mumtaz and Jayyid in addition to Diesel distributed over 3 islands. Moreover, the station will provide a range of complementary services for the visitors of the station such as ATMs, a mini-market, a car maintenance center, among others.
He also added that the structural and architectural design of the station will reflect the new banding of the company’s stations in layout, implementation and colors. Moreover, the environment of the area was taken into account to determine the entrances and exits of the station, with the purpose of avoiding the occurrence of traffic jams or congestions coming from and going to the main street.
Mr. Al-Shirawi praised the expertise of RP Construction in implementing service station projects, and the company’s good reputation as well as its outstanding competence in the real-estate and construction sectors.
From his side, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Khalifa, representative of RP Construction, expressed his happiness at the signing of the agreement with Bapco Tazweed, stressing the company’s keenness to provide all of its expertise to complete the station project on time in a manner that meets the aspirations and ambitions of a modern station that is advanced in all of its services and facilities.
It is worth noting that Bapco Tazweed has recently commenced the initiative to renovate and maintain a number of its old fuel stations, such as the recently reopened Tubli Service Station, in addition to Hidd Service Station; which is planned to finish redevelopment within the next month as per the requirements of the new generation of service stations. Moreover, work is to commence on other projects in Muharraq and Manama in the near future.
The signing of the agreement was attended by Eng. Khalil Salman from Mazen Alumran Consulting Engineers (MACE) which is supervising the implementation of the project.