The project comprises the engineering, procurement, supply and installation of the facilities mentioned below along with related material and bulks such as equipment, piping, valves, cables, instruments, fire, gas and so on. The scope also includes general demolition of existing equipment, structures and civil foundations.
Facilities include: 16” MOL extension, replacement of all HP and LP separator internal (seven trains), C.O. charge pump, four steam heaters, seven horizontal and eight vertical product pumps, a new 30” stripper off gas line, a disposal flare, a new boiler (70 T/hr) with all condensate treatment, cooling water and boiler feed water and deaerator units and utilities, a new 11KV/3.3KV/415V electric substation, as well as soft and hardware modifications at local control and electrical rooms and electrical substations.
Engineering and procurement will be carried out by CCEL.
The client is Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Company (ADMA OPCO) and the consultants are Technip-PMC (UAE).
The contract was awarded on 29 June 2015.
The project start was 1 August 2015 for a duration of 33 months ending on 30 April 2018.
The project comprises carrying out the works and completion of design (to the extent provided for by the contractor) and construction of two residential towers (comprising Tower A1 & A2 and Tower C1 & C2), two hotel and serviced apartment towers (Tower B1 & B2) as well as interconnecting basement car parking and podium together with associated external works, external services, hard and soft landscaping to the Hills Project forming part of the development known as Emirates Hills in Dubai. The built-up area is around 200,000m2.
The client is EMAAR Properties and the consultants are Design and ARchitecture Bureau (DAR).
The contract was awarded on 13 July 2015.
The project start was 20 July 2015 for a duration of 22 months ending on 20 May 2017.
The project comprises the excavation, structural concrete works and backfilling for an underground tunnel intended for use as an automated people mover as part of future expansion works for Abu Dhabi International Airport.
The client is Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC) and the consultants are Kohn Pedersen Fox.
The contract was awarded on 26 August 2015.
The project start was 1 September 2015 for a duration of 18 months ending on 28 February 2017.