The contract includes carrying out and completion of the design to the extent provided by the contract and construction of the Hills Raft Package forming part of the development known as Emirates Hills in Dubai. This includes chipping of pile tops, earthworks, waterproofing and concrete works.
The client is EMAAR Properties. The consultant is Design & Architecture Bureau (DAR).
The contract was awarded on 22 September 2014.
The project start is 22 September 2014 for a duration of three months ending in December 2014.
The project comprises the replacement of three Crude Oil Loading Pumps (J6/J7/J8) with ‘Bare-pumps’ and associated civil, piping and E&I modifications on Das Island.
The client is Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Company (ADMA). The consultant is Technip.
The contract was awarded on 24 September 2014.
The project start is 16 October 2014 for a duration of 17 months ending on 24 March 2016.
The project is to provide roads, drainage and associated infrastructure to support a large residential development in Muaither Precinct in West Doha. It consists of 25km of roadwork, diversion and protection of HV / MV / LV / TSE / water supply / telecom, construction of new drainage, construction of street lighting, micro tunneling and traffic management.
The client is Public Works Authority (Ashgal) and the consultants are Parsons Brinkerhoff / Atkins.
The contract was awarded on 22 September 2014.
The project start is 7 December 2014 for a duration of two years ending 5 December 2016.
The project comprises the preparation of the site for the main construction for 2022 stadium works consisting of earthworks and excavations (650,000m3), carrying out 9 calibration boreholes and allowing for groundwater measurement, investigation and removal of existing underground utilities, implementation of dewatering system for the next main package contractor, provision of permanent shoring and protection to existing utility tunnel, engagement of a qualified LEED consultant to comply with the project LEED requirements (LEED-NC Gold Certification), modification and operation of the existing site offices (1,800m2) and operation, maintenance and illuminating site signs and hoarding till the award of the next main package.
The client is Qatar Foundation and the consultant is Louis Berger (LB).
The contract was awarded on 29 October 2014.
The project start is 15 November 2014 for a duration of 10 months ending on 15 September 2015.
The project includes construction of a new 42km road, 7.3m wide with subbase, stonebase and asphalt wearing, providing 1.5m wide shoulders with surface dressing, construction of culverts and drains and construction of 225m long reinforced concrete bridge. The terrain is mostly swampy and the access is by crossing river using barge until the bridge is constructed.
The client is Ministry of Works, Anambra State Government and the consultants are UMEC Associates, Enugu.
The contract was awarded on 20 May 2014.
The project start is 15 June 2014 for a duration of three years ending on 15 June 2017.
This package is related to the construction of road A3 cut and cover tunnel/structures plus all wet, dry utilities and services including but not limited to power, IT, telecommunication, potable water, sewage, storm water, drainage and irrigation networks.
The covered tunnel length is 655 linear metres while the troughs or the approaches from both sides total length is 650 linear metres. The tunnel overall width is around 45 metres incorporating 3 cells; north and south bound roads with two lanes in each direction and an approximately 13 metre wide provision for a light rail transit system in the middle cell. The work also includes the construction of LRT Station (FXH 02) structure. The total quantity of concrete exceeds 300,000m3 and asphalt around 50,000 tons. Bulk excavation works are already performed by others.
The client is Lusail Real Estate Development Company (LREDC).
The contract was awarded on 14 January 2015.
The project start is 28 January 2015 for a duration of 26 months ending on 27 March 2017.
The project is to maximize liquid recovery from the Rabab gas/condensate reservoir (A2C) by means of partial recycling and from the Harweel oil reservoirs by means of Miscible Gas Injection (MGI), whilst providing sweet gas to the market.
CCC’s scope of work consists of all construction activities: civil, buildings, piping, equipment installation, steelwork, painting, insulation, fireproofing, E&I, precommissioning and commissioning assistance.
The client is Petroleum Development Oman L.L.C. (PDO).
The contract was awarded on 27 October 2014.
The project start is 26 November 2014 for a duration of 53 months ending on 25 April 2019.
The project calls for the dualization of an existing single carriageway of two parts, each of approximately 120km in length. CCC was awarded Part 2 from CH.120+400 to CH.240+100 and the scope includes vehicular interchanges, pedestrian overpasses and all the associated road works as drainage culverts, road furniture, road lightings and different types of utilities.
The client is the Omani Ministry of Transport and Communications.
The contract was awarded on 7 December 2014.
The project start is end of January 2015 for duration of 44 months ending around end of September 2018.
This project is awarded to Petrofac/CCC Consortium. CCC’s scope is the EPC of 400km of main pipelines connecting the new plant in North Kuwait with the existing facilities in the South. The main lines are a 24” x 165km carbon steel export oil pipeline from the new plant to Mina Al-Ahmadi, a 24” x 85km carbon steel fuel from Kadma to the new plant, gas pipeline, a 30” x 123km RTRP pipeline from Sulaibiya to the new plant and a 30km disposal network near the plant. In addition, CCC will construct, on an EPC basis, the buildings of the production support complex which comprise a total area of 56,868m².
The client is Kuwait Oil Company.
The contract was awarded on 15 January 2015.
The project start is in February 2015 for duration of 52 months ending in June 2019.