Adam Azim, CEO of Maldives Transport and Contracting Company (MTCC), on Tuesday evaluated the status of current development projects in Ha. Ihavandhoo, including the ferry terminal development project and the harbor development project.
According to MTCC, the Ihvandhoo ferry terminal will be built as part of Phase 1 of the “Integrated National Public Ferry Network Project.”
The ferry terminal project’s goal is to connect the Maldives’ islands and atolls by a high-speed ferry network. This project will be completed in three phases, with Phase 1 covering Zone 1. (Ha. Hdh. Sh. atolls).
Azim also checked in on the development of Ha. Ihavandhoo Harbor. The project scope comprises dredging and excavation works totaling 30,509 cubic meters, as well as the building of a 95-meter-long quay wall, a 284-meter-long breakwater, and a 178-meter-long revetment. Additionally, the installation of navigation lights, installation of streetlights and construction of 4,582sqm of paved area will also be part of the project.
The Ha. Ihavandhoo Harbor development project has a budget of MVR 51.7 million.