The works involve the construction of three sets of roads totaling 5.95km, dual carriageway 10.95m wide and 2.0m wide road median together with all associated concrete drains, culverts, kerbs and protection works.
Pavement is made of cement stabilized sub-base, crushed stone base, 50mm asphalt binder course and 40mm asphalt wearing course.
The client is Delta State Government – Project Implementation Committee of The Warri Industrial Business Park Project.
The contract was awarded on 26 July 2013.
The project start was 16 August 2013 for a duration of approximately 15 months ending on 25 November 2014.
EPC project with the following scope of work:
A) Installation of twelve production wells at three pads:
B) Connection of above twelve wells to existing production manifold.
C) MEG Injection System for three pads.
D) Annulus Bleeding System for three pads.
The client is Al Hosn Gas.
The contract was awarded on 28 January 2014.
The project start date was 4 February 2014 for a duration of 18 months ending on 4 August 2015.
The project scope is to construct a Central Processing Facility (CPF) comprising two identical gas trains sized for 14.87 million Sm3/day/per train (525 MMscfd), one liquid train sized for the 15% Amin rich case producing circa 225.26m3/hr (34,000 bcpd) of stabilized condensate, produced water treatment processing with a capacity of 265m3/hr (40,000 bwpd) and all utilities, infrastructure and so on within the plant fence (ISBL).
The scope includes civil works and buildings on EPC basis, steel structure erection, piping fabrication and erection, equipment erection (including heavy lifts), painting and insulation works, electrical and instrumentation works, and precommissioning.
The client is Petrofac E & C Oman L.L.C and the owner is British Petroleum (BP).
The contract was awarded on 18 February 2014.
The project construction start is 1 September 2014 and ends on 18 April 2017.
The project consists of architectural finishes, MEP works, communication, IT and Low Voltage, general landscaping, conveying system, standby power generator and construction of power station.
The project calls for construction of Outpatient Tower and East Tower consisting of 182 rooms with an approximate total area of 84,360 m2 and comprised of two towers sharing the ground floor and three basement floors. The towers are 10 and 12 floors above ground floor. The skeleton works for the hospital building (basements, ground floor and two towers) are currently being implemented through a separate contract.
The client is the King Hussein Cancer Foundation.
The contract was awarded on 4 March 2014.
The project start is 1 April 2014 for a duration of two years ending on 30 March 2016.
On 4 March 2014, the King Hussein Cancer Foundation (KHCF) awarded the Construction of King Hussein Cancer Centre (KHCC) Outpatient Tower and East Tower - BP3-KHCC-NEB: Architectural, Finishes and MEP Package to the Consolidated Contractors Group S.A.L (Offshore) (CCC) & Haddadin Engineering Company for Contracting (HEC) Joint Venture.
The official signing ceremony took place in Amman on 17 March 2014 in the presence of HRH Princess Ghida Talal, the Chairperson of the Board of Trustees of the King Hussein Cancer Foundation (KHCF); CCC’s President (Engineering & Construction) Samer Khoury; CCC’s Area Managing Director Jordan, Ghassan Danan and HEC’s General Director, Dr. Khalaf Haddadin.
The King Hussein Cancer Centre (KHCC) is located in the northern zone of the city of Amman, right across from the existing centre, on Queen Rania Al Abdullah Street near the University of Jordan.
The joint venture scope of work under this package includes:
The project consists of 182 rooms and is comprised of two towers sharing the ground floor and three basement floors. The towers are 10 and 12 floors above ground floor with an approximate total built-up area of 84,360 square metres divided into 23,670 square metres in the basements and the balance of 60,690 square metres for the Hospital.
The skeleton works for the hospital building have been implemented through a separate contract.
The construction manager is Projacs International and the engineer is Sigma Consulting Engineers.
The project duration is 730 calendar days commencing 1 April 2014.
HRH Princess Ghida posted the statement below on her Facebook page and we in CCC are committed to providing full support in order to accomplish the aims and bring them to fruition to the highest standards and on time, if not before.
“We have finally reached the stage of signing with Consolidated Contractors Company (CCC) to finish building the new extension of the King Hussein Cancer Foundation and Centre. This new project will be the equivalent of a life-saving space to our patients and will allow us to treat patients who are now on a long waiting list. When this project will see the light, our aim is for no patients to be turned away for lack of space inshallah. But in order to succeed, this project needs your support and the support of the community. Cancer patients are relying on each one of us to support them”.