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George A. Fuller restoring damaged air base in Kuwait.

The George A. Fuller Company, an international construction firm headquartered in New York, has begun to restore the AliAl-Salem Air Base in Kuwait, damaged by ground and air attacks during the 1991 Persian Gulf War.

The $18 million restoration project, a joint venture with American International Contractors, began in February this year, with completion expected by this September.

The effort will center on two squadron headquarters, located about 70 miles northeast of Kuwait City. Fuller will reconstruct the buildings as well as existing runways, roadways, perimeter fencing and base utility layout, and construct about 150,000 square feet of new prefabricated buildings.

Fuller has broad experience with international projects, particularly in the Middle East. The company constructed the United States Embassy in Jordan, the Dhahran Health Center in Saudi Arabia and the Semiramis Inter-Continental Hotel in Cairo, among other ventures.
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Publication:Real Estate Weekly
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Date:May 6, 1992
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