Explore the diversity of our projects in the map below.
Construction of a new airport with a 3,200m runway, taxiways, arrival buildings, fuel storage facilities, radio and navigation equipment, and related infrastructures. Construction of a 21km heavy haul road, 2 new bridges, and associated drainage works.
The runway is considered the longest airfield in the Southern Hemisphere.
Construction of 3 flyover bridges and 42km of road works, hard and soft landscaping, a 7km utility tunnel and 16 buildings, sewage and water treatment plants, drinking water, potable water, drainage, irrigation, fire fighting, storm-water and sewage networks, a central chilling plant, a central boiler plant, a central pumping plant, service piping for chilled water, hot water and LPG, and emergency power plant, medium voltage switchgear, outdoor packaged substations, cables, lighting and low current systems.
Supply and installation of underground piping for chilled water, fire fighting, potable water, storm water, waste water, grey water networks, MV and LV communication duct banks.
Construction of a 53km new lane, rehabilitation of existing lane, and construction of a 270m long bridge, 20.5m each over the Ossissa River.
Construction of classrooms, auditorium, exhibition space, faculty offices, prayer areas, and underground car park. Total built-up area of 41,770m2.
The project is intended to be the “centre” for thinking and learning and a pioneer in research and discussion of Islam and Muslim culture.
EPC of block work quay walls for liquid products, container terminal, tugs and navy berths, and infrastructure for the newly dredged and reclaimed port. Infrastructure works include roadworks, networks, buildings, telecommunication and security systems.
The second largest man-made harbour in the world.
40km of surfaced collector-distributor roads and a 15km 4-lane dual carriageway. 4 interchanges and ancillary works.
Onshore GTL plant with a capacity of 140,000 BPD of GTL products, associated condensate and LPG. The largest GTL project in the world.
Site development, underground utilities, power generating facilities, auxiliary facilities, electrical works, and miscellaneous works.
7 year engineering and maintenance contract for terminal facilities, infrastructure assets and government gas assets, including EPC and commissioning of green and brown filed EMC projects.
Construction of a 489km HDPE and a UPVC gravity sewage network, manholes, cable ducts, and house connections.
Construction of a 329m high, 72 floor residential, office and retail tower. Total built-up area of 197,000m2.
The second highest tower in Abu Dhabi.
Construction of a four storey 515,000m2 Mall Area, a 550,000m2 car park area, and a district cooling plant building (42,000 refrigeration tons).
The Dubai Mall has over 1,200 retail stores and over 120 food and beverage outlets, an aquarium with a 270-degree walk through tunnel and the world's largest viewing window, a Discovery Centre, an educational ecology and marine life experience, an Olympic-size ice rink, the world's largest indoor Gold Souk with over 220 retailers, a 260m long indoor-outdoor streetscape with a fully retractable roof, and an entertainment centre comprising a 76,000 ft2 indoor theme park, an 80,000 ft2 children's "edu-tainment”, and Dubai’s largest Cineplex with 22 screens.
The world’s largest mall.
Ethylene plant using 5,100 ton/day of Ethane feedstock and producing 1.5 MM ton/yr of Ethylene, Propylene and Hydrogen.
EPC of Main Oil Lines to Asab and construction of 8 buildings. New 315km trunklines and flowlines 3" - 16", and 107km 16" main oil line.
Construction of a hospital with a total built-up area of 41,037m2.
EPC of a 60km 24" dia. gas export line, a 60km 14" dia. condensate export line, and a 15km 8" dia. pigging liquids disposal line.
EPC of a 380km 42", 46km 36", and 40km 30" pipelines from the Surat basin to Gladstone to the APLNG's LNG process facility on Curtis Island.