ANHAM-ICSS JV Awarded Runway Repair Project by U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

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ANHAM-ICSS JV Awarded Runway Repair Project by USACE

The U.S Army Corps of Engineers, on behalf of the Middle East District, announced February 11th that ANHAM-ICSS JV has been awarded the Runway Repair project in Bagram, Afghanistan. This contract will serve to repair the two runways at Bagram Air Force Base. These repairs include repaving the Primary and Secondary Landing Surfaces, new lighting, and new drainage systems.

“ANHAM-ICSS JV is honored to once again be selected by the USACE to aid in the continuing development in Afghanistan,” said Mr. A.H. Farouki, Chairman and CEO of ANHAM FZCO, “We are excited to provide more improvements in Bagram.”

ANHAM-ICSS JV continues its collaborative endeavor to perform efficient construction and design-build projects throughout South and Central Asia, the Middle East, and North Africa. ANHAM-ICSS JV was selected in 2011 as a candidate for projects with the USACE.

“We recognize the importance of air transportation here,” said Mr. Farouki. “ANHAM-ICSS JV is happy to be of service.”

The task order awarded is valued at $19.47M. The contract period of performance is 330 calendar days.


ANHAM FZCO ( is a leading contracting firm working throughout the Middle East and North Africa ("MENA"), Central Asia, and Europe. With a century's worth of experience between its principal founding companies, ANHAM is able to efficiently, effectively, and affordably deliver products and services throughout the world. ANHAM has international offices that specialize in providing local support and services to its initiatives, projects, and investments across diverse regions of the globe.

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