BAHRAIN: Marina project ahead of schedule

Bahrain Marina Development Company, the pioneer behind the iconic Bahrain Marina project in the capital city of Manama, says progress is ahead of schedule. This achievement is paralleled by another notable accolade – the completion of one million working hours without any accidents. This milestone underscores the team’s commitment to safety and professionalism, essential for maintaining a secure and stable working environment.

Khalid Najibi, chairman of the board of directors of Bahrain Marina Development, expressed immense pride in these achievements. “Our project is not just about constructing buildings, it’s about crafting a world-class cultural landmark in Bahrain on schedule,” he said. “The success we’re witnessing is a direct result of the meticulous strategic planning and relentless efforts of our teams who are dedicated to transforming our vision into a splendid reality that reflects the prestige of the kingdom and aligns with its future aspirations.”

Najibi highlighted the strict adherence to safety protocols which played a crucial role in reaching one million accident-free hours. “Our commitment to the highest safety standards is a fundamental pillar of operations, ensuring a safe and environmentally friendly workspace for all,” he added.


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