Pedestrian Bridge in Muharraq, Bahrain

Construction of an iconic pedestrian bridge located in Al Khabeer Highway with a length of 130 meters made of steel structure covered by stainless steel mesh. The subject bridge is part of the the Bahrain Pearling Trail (or Bahrain Pearling Pathway), which is a serial cultural heritage site inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2012 and is Bahrain’s second World Heritage Site after the Bahrain Fort. It consists of 3 oyster beds in the Bahrain northern waters, a segment of the coast and the seafront Bu Mahir fortress in the southern tip of Muharraq and 17 buildings in Muharraq historical town connected by a 3.5 km visitor pathway. The venues conservation and further development is being supported by the Islamic Bank for Development.

Client : Bahrain Antiquities Conservation Authority, Bahrain
Consultant: Ismail Khonji Associates / Kersten Geers David Van Severen Office
Governmental / Private: Governmental
Region: Bahrain
Contract type: Conventional
Commencement: 10 Sept 2019
Project Value: USD 1.754 Million
Project Status: Completed