The project scope comprises the upgrade of approximately four (4) Km of existing dual carriageway on Mesaimeer Road. The existing road is widened to four (4) lanes in each direction plus parallel at-grade service roads on either side of the main carriageway. The upgrade works include the construction of 2 nos. bridges of 1200m & 150m length using the precast segment, balanced cantilever method of construction. The bridge will cross Salwa Road where it is designed as a cable stayed bridge. 4 nos. pedestrian bridges are included in the works. Additional works include the design and build to provide upgrades to nine (9) sections of the periphery roads including Wholesale Market Street, which will allow traffic to be diverted away from Mesaimeer Road during the construction period.
The Client is Ashghal – Public Works Authority (PWA).
The Consultants are Parsons Brinkerhoff.
The project was awarded on 14 February 2018.
The project scope comprises the Design & Build of a 78 m2 demo unit (pilot project) in order to demonstrate the capabilities of 3D printing technology. The pilot will be conducted through the collaboration between a Technology Provider and a General Contractor. The pilot should be conducted utilizing innovative 3D printing technology pioneered by CyBe, who uses a robotic arm machinery.
The demo unit shall be fully furnished, connected to the utilities, approved by local authorities and ready for occupancy.
The scope includes upgrading the existing 18.4 Km long Gaborone to Boatle Road to Dual Carriageway Standard including construction of 2 bridges, a grade separated interchange with overbridge, culverts, kerbstone, Roadbed, Earthworks, Lower and Upper SSG, stabilized subbase, crushed base course, Asphalt surfacing, street lighting, traffic light and road signs.
The Client is Ministry of Transport and Communications.
The Consultant is Bothakga Burrow Botswana Pty Ltd.
The contract was awarded on 10 February 2017.
The project start was 24 March 2017 for a duration of two years ending on 23 March 2019.
Construction of 85 Km single carriageway road with Asphalt surfacing. The works include, earthworks, layer works, chemically stabilized subbase, crushed stone base, Asphalt surfacing, culverts, ancillary works and one bridge (75m, 3 span) at Sikongo.
The Client is Roads Development Agency.
The Consultants are Wanjohi Consulting Engineers – Kenya, and Industrial & Engineering Consulting Office (INCO) – Kuwait
The contract was awarded on 12 December 2016.
The project start was 12 January 2017 for a duration of about twenty seven months ending on 30 March 2019.
Provision of manpower and equipment to perform onshore works at Qurayyah. The works include mobilization, construction of pipeline trench, installation of new 30″ U/G and A/G pipeline segment, assistance for pipeline hydrotesting and precommissioning, assistance for pipeline and cable shore pull at Qurayyah, construction of thrust anchor, installation and maintenance of dewatering system, installation & testing new onshore fibre optic cable, installation of temporary CP system & complete ICCP system and fencing with security gates for dedicated CP area.
The Client is National Petroleum Construction Co. (Saudi) Ltd. (NPCC) and the Owner is Saudi Aramco.
The contract was awarded on 5 January 2017.
The project start was 1 March 2017 for a duration of six months ending on 30 August 2017.
The Mall of Oman is a three-level shopping centre with total leasable area of 144,700m2. The building includes 350 retail units, hypermarket, children entertainment zone, snow park, a mixed of underground and on grade car park and all associated external and infrastructure works. Total built up area is 387,193m2.
The Client is Majid Al Futtaim Properties (Oman) LLC. The Contract Administrator is AECOM. The Engineering Consultants are Parsons / Infracad. The project is JV with Shapoorji Pallonji Mideast LLC (SP) (50/50). The contract was awarded on 7 February 2017. The project start is 8 February 2017 for a duration of thirty seven months ending on 5 March 2020.
The project scope is the construction work in brown eld that includes civil, piping, E&I (33KV cable), structural steel and painting in addition to precommissioning activities. The client is National Petroleum Construction Company (NPCC) / CCEL. The contract was awarded on 19 December 2016. The project start was 19 December 2016 for a duration of approximately sixteen months ending in April 2018.
The scope of work includes the complete design, approvals, permitting and construction of a new expressway, including four grade-separated interchanges with cross roads, frontage roads, overpass and underpass structures, retaining walls, pedestrian and bicycle paths, traffic signs, signals and ITS, landscape, hardscape, artscape, street lighting, surface water micro-tunnel and all related infrastructure. The Client is Public Works Authorities (Ashghal). The Consultants are Parsons. The contract was awarded on 20 March 2017. The project start is 20 March 2017 for a duration of about forty one months ending on 30 August 2020.