The project is to construct a road network that includes roads with around 163km; Surface water: 40km of different types of pipes, with gullies and six attenuation tanks with 17 chambers and 2.6km of microtunneling works with different diameters; landscape; Treated Sewage Effluent (TSE): 13km of HDPE & DI pipes (including fittings and valves) and 161 chambers; street lighting; Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) with chambers; telecommunications network with chambers; Kahramaa (E) Network (8.5km of ducts with protection of 2.4km of HV cables; and 5km of powering/ rising cables); foul water: VC pipes 18km with 650m of microtunneling works with 305 manholes.
The client is Main Roads Projects Steering Committee, and the consultants are Hyder / Parsons Brinckerhoff (PMC).
The contract was awarded on 17 November 2014.
The project start is 15 March 2015 for a duration of about 16 months ending on 7 July 2016.
PRPS1 & PRPS5 (packages A & C) are located at Umm Birka and Al Thumama respectively and are two of a total of five new Primary Reservoir Pumping Station (PRPS) sites. Package A includes the construction of four reinforced reservoirs (305m x 150m x 11m each), while Package C includes five reinforced reservoirs (260m x 150m x 11m each). Works also include MEP scope (pump station, surge system, chlorination systems, generators, SCADA, ductile iron and carbon steel pipes).
Site excavation for package C has been completed by others, while for package A this is part of CCC’s scope.
The client is KAHRAMAA, and the consultants are Hyder.
The contract was awarded on 19 March 2015.
The project start is 2 April 2015 for a duration of 36 months ending on 1 April 2018.
The project is comprised of all civil, architectural, structural and building works for the Helwan Power Station (CP-102).
The scope includes site preparation and grading, U/G utilities, three steam turbine generators buildings, control building, furniture, one CAD station, three 152m height chimneys, foundations for water pumps, transformers, pits and sumps, auxiliary facilities including intake, pump house, discharge, surge tanks, circulating water building, and so on, in addition to MEP works for buildings.
The client is Upper Egypt Electricity & Production Company (UEEPC) and the consultant is Power Generation Engineering & Services Company (PGESCo).
The contract was awarded on 31 December 2014.
The project start is 31 December 2014 for a duration of 46 months ending on 31 October 2018.
The FGP/WPMP projects will increase Tengizchevroil oil production from 24 to 36 million tons per year.
The scope of this package is earthworks, concrete works, piling, U/G piping and core substation.
The client is Tengizchevroil and the consultants are Kazakhstan Projects Joint Venture Limited (KPJV).
The contract was awarded on 29 September 2014.
The project start is 29 September 2014 for a duration of 53 months ending on 28 February 2019.
The project involves the construction of the new Alba B3 greenfield gas compression platform to be bridge-linked to the existing platform Alba B2. The project’s purpose is to provide continued high-pressure gas flow as the field reservoir pressure declines.
The platform, weighing 6104tons, is comprised of topside, jacket (four legs), four piles, bridge and flare boom.
CCC/ECG’s scope is limited to the fabrication, painting, assembly, transportation and load out of the bridge and flare boom (115tons). ECG will also provide, on a reimbursable basis, commissioning, logistics and hook up support.
The client is ALBA EG B.V.
The contract was awarded on 23 December 2014.
The project start is 15 January 2015 for a duration of nine months ending on 15 October 2015.
This project is EPC and maintenance of four elevated U-Turns and associated structures. The bridge structures over existing highway will be made of steel or concrete. Contractor to propose elevated U-Turns components as concrete or steel bridges, MSE approach ramps roads, traffic signs and marking, utilities protections and relocations of.
The scope work includes EPC of road works, pavement works, metal works, bridge works, mechanically stabilized earth (MSE) ramps and retaining wall, relocation and protection of existing utilities, traffic marking and signs and maintenance and protection of traffic.
The client is the Ministry of Public Works (MPW) and the consultant is Dar Al-Dowailah Engineering Consulting Managers.
The contract was awarded on 27 April 2014.
The project start is 22 June 2014 for a duration of two years ending on 21 June 2016.
The project is to construct a 400,000 BPD grassroot refinery and hydrocarbon terminal facilities at Jazan Economic City to handle both 100% Arab Medium and 50% Arab Medium and 50% Arab Heavy Crude. Jazan refinery will be synergized with a world-scale Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle Plant (JIGCC) which will supply power, steam and utilities to Jazan refinery and export power to the grid.
CCC’s scope of work is the construction of:
The main contractors are Saipem WLL for Package 1 and Snamprogetti Engineering & Contracting Co. Ltd. for Package 2, and the Owner is Saudi Aramco.
The contracts were awarded on 15 March 2015 for Package 2 and mid April for Package 1.
The project start is 15 March 2015 for a duration of about 32 months ending on 31 October 2017.
The project is to develop the Utility Block and Common Area of the Jazan Refinery which consists of the following units: Nitrogen, air, steam and condensate, utility water, cooling water, fire water, common networks and buildings.
CCC’s scope of construction work of the Civil and Architecture package includes excavation, backfilling, equipment and piperack concrete foundations, concrete paving, site finishing (Marl and base course), asphalt, and buildings construction only with relevant electromechanical systems.
The client is Hitachi Technology Company and the owner is Saudi Aramco.
The contract was awarded on 13 March 2015.
The project start is 2 May 2015 for a duration of 31 months ending on 30 November 2017.