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Project Number MPP321-U Project Name Beach Residence Development Project Territory Dubai Client Name : Dubai Technology, E-commerce & Media Free Zone Authority (TECOM)City : DubaiPostal/Zip Code : 73000Country : United Arab EmiratesPhone : (+971-4) 399 8444Fax : (+971-4) 399 8666Website : www.dubaiinternetcity.co.ae Description
Construction of high-rise towers, comprising apartments, including shopping malls, restaurants, health clubs, hotels and related works, as part of a beach residence development project.
Budget $ 1500000000 Tender Cost $ Post Date September 14, 2002 Invitation Date Closing Date Period 2005 Project Manager Status Current Project Remarks
Updated on June 19, 2004
Dubai-based Al-Ahmadiah Contracting & Trading Co. has been awarded the sector 5 contract on this scheme. Valued at just under $163 million, the 22-month contract covers construction of five residential towers, ranging in height between 25-44 storeys.
Updated on June 12, 2004
The front-runners for sector 5 contract are local Al-Hamed Development & Construction and Dubai-based Al-Ahmadiah Contracting & Trading. An award is expected soon. Local Saleh Constructions has been awarded the construction contract to carry out sector 2 and Dubai Civil Engineering has been awarded the construction contract for sector 7.
Updated on June 03, 2004
Local Al-Habtoor Engineering Enterprises has confirmed award of the fourth and biggest sector contract on this scheme. Valued at about $272 million, the sector 4 contract involves construction of eight residential towers, with the highest rising to (54) storeys. Dubai Islamic Bank is extending a bank credit facility for the contract.
Updated on May 11, 2004
Local Arab Technical Construction Co. (Arabtec) has received a letter of intent to build (13) towers on this project. Valued at $450 million, the two-year contract covers the main structures in sectors 1 and 3. Sector 1 will comprise (6 Nos.) 42-52-storey towers, which will be built on a common podium, while there will be seven towers on sector 3, ranging in height from 17-53 storeys. Other contracts are pending on the development, which involves construction of (35) towers offering (3,000) apartments, extensive retail space and recreational facilities. Local Al-Habtoor Engineering Enterprises is in contention for sector 4 buildings package, while an award is also awaited on sector 5.
Updated on April 20, 2004
Local Al-Shafar General Transport & Contracting Co. has been awarded the first construction package on this scheme. Called sector 6, the contract is estimated to be worth $124 million. It calls for the construction of four towers of 35-40 storeys, a common podium and related facilities.
Updated on November 20, 2003
UK's Drake & Skull International has been awarded an estimated $68 million EPC contract for a district cooling plant to serve this project. The contract involves supply and installation of about 65,000 tonnes of cooling capacity and will take 18 months to complete. UK's Roberts & Partners is the consultant.
Updated on November 18, 2003
Four groups of companies submitted bids for the contract covering the first batch of towers on this project. Local/Belgian Bel Hasa Six Construct, with local Arab Technical Construction Co. (Arabtec), has submitted the lowest bid of about $245 million, followed by local Al-Habtoor Engineering Enterprises at $249 million. The other bidders include local/UK Dutco Balfour Beatty with Athens-based Consolidated Contractors International Co. (CCC), and Netherlands' Interbeton with Lebanon's Arabian Construction Co. (ACC). Both these groups have submitted prices above $272 million.
Updated on October 29, 2003
Bids are due to be submitted by November 01, 2003 for the second batch of towers on this project. The package covers construction of a 46-storey tower, twin towers, each of 40 storeys, and a common podium on the sector 2 plot. Up to 14 groups of local and international companies are expected to submit bids for the estimated $109 million-$136 million contract. Prospective bidders include local Al-Ahmadiah Contracting, Al-Basti & Mukhta, Al-Habtoor Engineering Enterprises, Al-Shafar General Transport & Contracting, Engineering Construction Co.; local/Belgian Bel Hasa Six Construct with Arab Technical Construction Co. (Arabtec) and Dubai Contracting Co. (DCC); Bu Haleeba Contractors with local/South African Al-Jaber Grinaker-LTA (ALEC); South Korea's Daewoo Engineering & Construction Co., with Al-Shafar Transport & Contracting Co.; local/UK Dutco Balfour Beatty, with Athens-based Consolidated Contractors International Co. (CCC); Netherlands' Interbeton with Lebanon's Arabian Construction Co. (ACC); Khansaheb Civil Engineering with local/UK Al-Futtaim Carillion; and SS Lootah with India's Shapoorji Pallongi. UK's Hyder Consulting is the consultant for sectors 1 and 2.
Updated on October 05, 2003
Local/Belgian Bel Hasa Six Construct has been awarded a $4 million contract for the foundations package covering a total of four towers to be built in sectors 1 and 2. The contract will take four months to complete. Local Arab Technical Construction Co. (Arabtec) will be assisting Six Construct in the work.
Updated on September 09, 2003
Fifteen groups of local and international companies have pre-qualified to submit bids by October 06, 2003 for the first package on this project, estimated to be worth between $136 million-$163 million. Called sector 1, the contract will cover construction of six towers of up to 35 storeys each offering one, two and three and four-bedroom apartments. The facilities will be constructed over a 220,000-square-metre area. The pre-qualifiers include local Al-Ahmadiah Contracting, Al-Basti & Mukhta, Al-Habtoor Engineering Enterprises, Al-Shafar General Transport & Contracting, Engineering Construction Co. (ECC); local Al-Hamed Development & Construction, with local/German Philipp Holzmann Abu Dhabi; local/UK Al-Naboodah Laing; local/Belgian Bel Hasa Six Construct, with local Arab Technical Construction Co. (Arabtec) and Dubai Contracting Co. (DCC); local Bu Haleeba Contractors, with local/South African Al-Jaber Grinaker-LTA (ALEC); South Korea's Daewoo Engineering & Construction Co., with local Al-Shafar Transport & Contracting Co.; local/UK Dutco Balfour Beatty, with Athens-based Consolidated Contractors International Co. (CCC); Netherlands' Interbeton, with Lebanon's Arabian Construction Co. (ACC); local Khansaheb Civil Engineering, with local/UK Al-Futtaim Carillion; local SS Lootah, with India's Shapoorji Pallongi; and local/Australian Nasa Multiplex.
Updated on June 25, 2003
Swissboring, part of Italy's Trevi Group, has been awarded the piling package for the first two sectors on this project. Sectors 1 and 2 call for the construction of nine towers in total. The contract will take nine months.
Updated on April 19, 2003
UK's Mace International has been appointed project manager. Bids are currently under evaluation for the piling contract and preliminary discussions are being held with contractors interested in carrying out the main packages. The fast-track project will be tendered in seven packages, with each contract being assigned to one main contractor. Each package is expected to involve the construction of (6 or 7 Nos.) 40-storey buildings, each with a basement and a three-level podium. All packages will be carried out simultaneously.
Updated on September 16, 2002
The Jumeirah Beach Residence (JBR) project involves construction of (38 Nos.), 40-storey towers offering over 3,000 apartments, ranging from studios to four-bedroom units, five lower-level hotels and three beach clubs. The mixed-use project, to be located on the seafront near Mina Seyahi, also entails construction of shopping malls, restaurants and cinema complexes. Bidders for the position of project manager include US' Hill International, Turner International and UK's Mace International. Bids are currently under evaluation.
Main Architect Name : Wimberly Allison Tong & Goo (WAT&G) - UKAddress : : Alexandra House, 6 Little Portland StreetCity : London W1W 7JE, EnglandCountry : United KingdomPhone : (+44-207) 906 6600Fax : (+44-207) 906 6660eMail : firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite : www.watg.com Main Contractor Name : Al Habtoor Engineering Enterprises LLC (Dubai)Address : Rashidiya, Al Habtoor BuildingCity : DubaiPostal/Zip Code : 320Country : United Arab EmiratesPhone : (+971-4) 285 7551Fax : (+971-4) 285 7479eMail : email@example.comWebsite : www.habtoorengg.co.ae Sub Contractor-1 Name : Saleh Constructions (Dubai)Address : 3rd Floor, Saleh Bin Lahej Bldg., Al GarhoudCity : DubaiPostal/Zip Code : 3741Country : United Arab EmiratesPhone : (+971-4) 282 8880Fax : (+971-4) 282 1818eMail : firstname.lastname@example.org Sub Contractor-2 Name : Drake & Scull International L.L.C (Abu Dhabi)Address : No. 401, Ali & Sons Building, Electra StreetCity : Abu DhabiPostal/Zip Code : 915Country : United Arab EmiratesPhone : (+971-2) 676 0511Fax : (+971-2) 676 0512eMail : email@example.comWebsite : www.drake-scull.ae Main Consultant Name : Hyder Consulting Middle East Ltd. (Dubai)Address : Ground Floor, Wafi ResidenceCity : DubaiPostal/Zip Code : 52750Country : United Arab EmiratesPhone : (+971-4) 324 2532Fax : (+971-4) 324 2530eMail : firstname.lastname@example.org Specialist Consultant-1 Name : Roberts & Partners (Dubai)City : DubaiPostal/Zip Code : 36434Country : United Arab EmiratesPhone : (+971-4) 282 6126Fax : (+971-4) 282 6120eMail : email@example.com Project Manager Name : Mace International (Dubai)Address : 4th Floor, City Centre OfficeCity : DubaiPostal/Zip Code : 60772Country : United Arab EmiratesPhone : (+971-4) 294 0085Fax : (+971-4) 294 0082eMail : firstname.lastname@example.org Specialist Contractor(1) Name : Swissboring Overseas Corporation Ltd. (Dubai)Address : Al Mulla Bldg., Next to Twin Towers, Baniyas RoadCity : DubaiPostal/Zip Code : 3905Country : United Arab EmiratesPhone : (+971-4) 222 2707 / 222 8039Fax : (+971-4) 222 7079eMail : email@example.comMail : www.swissboring.come Specialist Contractor(2) Name : Belhasa Six Construct LLC (Dubai)Address : Adjacent to Corodex, 3rd Inter Change, Al Quoz Industrial AreaCity : DubaiPostal/Zip Code : 13055Country : United Arab EmiratesPhone : (+971-4) 347 2777Fax : (+971-4) 347 3512eMail : firstname.lastname@example.orgMail : www.swissboring.come Specialist Contractor(3) Name : Al-Shafar Contracting & Trading Co. (Dubai)City : DubaiPostal/Zip Code : 2185Country : United Arab EmiratesPhone : (+971-4) 396 9778Fax : (+971-4) 396 5515 Tender Categories Prestige Buildings
Project Number MPP360-O Project Name Pipeline Construction Project Territory Oman Client Name : Oman Refinery CompanyAddress : Mina Al FahalCity : Ruwi - PC 112Postal/Zip Code : 3568Country : OmanPhone : (+968) 561 200Fax : (+968) 561 384/ 564 555Email : email@example.com Description
Engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract to build a 260-kilometre-long, 24-inch-diameter mixed feedstock pipeline for a refinery, including construction of a pressure reduction terminal (PRT), pumping stations and pipeline controls incorporating supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA), telecommunications and leak detection systems.
Budget $ 90000000 Tender Cost $ 3850 Post Date October 19, 2002 Invitation Date Closing Date March 8, 2004 Period Oct. 2005 Project Manager Status Current Project Remarks
Updated on July 01, 2004
The client has expanded the scope of works of the Sohar mixed feedstock pipeline contract. A 10-inch, 50-kilometre gas pipeline, linking Murayat with the Mina al-Fahal refinery in Muscat, will now be part of the EPC contract. The gas will be used for power generation at the refinery.
Updated on June 16, 2004
A joint venture of Italy's Saipem and Athens-based Consolidated Contractors International Co. (CCC) has been awarded the EPC contract on this scheme, which is valued at about $87 million. The Saipem/CCC venture was the second lowest bidder for the pipeline contract, behind a team of Russia's Stroytransgaz and local Bahwan Engineering Co.. However, the winning consortium scored highly on its technical proposal. The client has also awarded the project's PRT package to local Arabian Industries. Total value of the contract is likely to be in the region of $18 million.
Updated on May 19, 2004
Russian/local joint venture team Stroytransgaz/Bahwan is the lowest bidder for the $83 million EPC contract to build the mixed feedstock pipeline, followed by a team of Italy's Saipem with Athens-based Consolidated Contractors International Co. (CCC) at $89 million.
Updated on May 17, 2004
Local Arabian Industries is the lowest bidder on the first option for the EPC contract to build the gas PRT at $11 million, and local Special Technical Services is the lowest bidder at $23 million for option two on the scheme. Bids are currently under evaluation. Commercial bids on the pipeline contract are due to be opened imminently.
Updated on April 01, 2004
Eight companies submitted technical and commercial bids by March 15, 2004 deadline for the EPC contract to build the gas pressure reduction terminal (PRT). They are local Al-Hassan Engineering, Arabian Industries, Galfar Engineering & Contracting, Gulf Petrochemical Services & Trading, The Oman Construction Co., Special Technical Services; India's Dodsal; and Athens-based Consolidated Contractors International Co. (CCC).
Updated on March 11, 2004
The client has extended the bid deadline for the main contract.
Updated on February 25, 2004
UK's Mott MacDonald has been appointed project manager.
Updated on February 03, 2004
Tender No. 11/2004.
The last date for collection of tender documents is February 25, 2004.
Updated on November 20, 2003
UK's Mott MacDonald is the preferred bidder for the PMC contract. An award is expected soon.
Updated on November 15, 2003
Five companies submitted bids for the contract to provide project management consultancy (PMC) services on this scheme. UK's Mott MacDonald is the lowest bidder at $1.6 million, followed by local/German ILF & Partners, also at $1.6 million; local/Netherlands' Tebodin & Partners at $2 million; Switzerland's Electrowatt Engineering Services at $3 million; and US/Canada's VECO at $3.5 million. Bids are currently under evaluation.
Updated on September 04, 2003
The client is expected to invite ten groups to bid for the main contract on this scheme. They include local Al-Hassan Engineering, with India's Punj Lloyd; South Korea's Samsung Corporation; Italy's Saipem; Italy-based Techint; Dubai-based Dodsal; Turkey's Erko Construction, Tekfen; Russia's Stroytransgas; local Galfar Engineering & Contracting, The Oman Construction Co. (TOCO), Al-Shanfari Trading Co.; Dubai-based DUTCO, with New Zealand's McConnell Dowell; Egypt's Enppi Engineering; China Petroleum Engineering & Construction; and Indian Oil Corporation. The client is also expected to invite consultants soon to bid for the contract to provide project management services for the scheme.
Updated on August 30, 2003
Three banks have been short-listed for the financial advisory position on this project. They are Arab Petroleum Investments Corporation (Apicorp), with its legal partner Allen & Overy; ANZ Investment Bank, with its legal partner Denton Wilde Sapte and BNP Paribas. An award is expected soon.
Updated on August 14, 2003
Companies have been given an additional two weeks to apply for pre-qualification for the EPC contract.
Updated on July 29, 2003
Companies have been invited to pre-qualify for the EPC contract by August 11, 2003. Banks are also due to submit bids by end-July 2003 for the financial advisory position on this project.
Updated on May 15, 2003
ILF & Partners Oman, a subsidiary of Germany's ILF & Partners, has been awarded the contract to draw up FEED studies on this project.
Updated on February 25, 2003
Five consultants submitted bids for the FEED contract. They are UK's Mott MacDonald>; Tebodin Middle East, part of Tebodin of Netherlands; US-based Granherne & Co., Parsons Oman Engineering Co. and Engineers India (EIL). Bids are currently under evaluation.
Updated on February 20, 2003
Prospective bidders for the contract to draw up FEED studies include local Parsons Oman Engineering Co., UK's Mott MacDonald, US' Granherne & Co. and Tebodin Middle East, part of Tebodin of Netherlands. Bids were due to be returned by February 15, 2003.
Updated on January 25, 2003
Consultants have been invited to pre-qualify for the contract to draw up the FEED studies for this project.
Updated on January 16, 2003
A tender for the EPC package is expected in the second half of 2003.
Updated on October 23, 2002
This project involves construction of a pipeline from Mina al-Fahal, near Muscat, to Sohar. UK's Mott MacDonald has completed the initial conceptual studies for the pipeline, which will have capacity to transport up to 116,000 barrels a day (b/d) of mixed feedstock for the proposed Sohar refinery. Mott MacDonald's report covers six separate proposals incorporating a number of route variations, pump station options, optimal pipeline diameters and operation and investment costs. The next stage will be the appointment of a consultant to draw up front-end engineering (FEED) studies. This will be followed by a tender for the EPC package.
Specialist Consultant-1 Name : Mott MacDonald & Co. LLC (Oman)City : Ruwi PC 112Country : OmanPhone : (+968) 771 2118Fax : (+968) 771 5850 Project Manager Name : Mott MacDonald & Co. LLC (Oman)City : Ruwi PC 112Country : OmanPhone : (+968) 771 2118Fax : (+968) 771 5850 FEED Contractor Name : ILF & Partners LLC (Oman)City : Al Khuwair 133P.O.Box/Zip : 795Country : OmanPhone : (+968) 697 068Fax : (+968) 694 208 Main Contractor Name : Saipem (Oman)Address : Shatti Al QurumCity : Al Khuiwair 133P.O.Box/Zip : 661Country : OmanPhone : (+968) 699 802Fax : (+968) 695 450eMail : firstname.lastname@example.org Sub Contractor Name : Consolidated Contractors International Company - CCC (Oman)Address : : Postal Code 113P.O. Box : 614City : MuscatCountry : OmanPhone : (+968) 700800 / 855349 / 604162 / 604139Fax : (+968) 708412 / 854492 / 604829eMail : email@example.comMail : www.ccc.gr Specialist Contractor(1) Name : Arabian Industries L.L.C (Oman)Address : Ground Floor, Sur Centre, Near Shell Petrol Pump, RusaylCity : Al Khuwair PC 124P.O.Box/Zip : 51Country : OmanPhone : (+968) 697 340 / 626 294Fax : (+968) 607 347eMail : firstname.lastname@example.org Tender Categories Communications/ Telecommunications
Hydrocarbon Processing, Storage & Distribution
Project Number MPP721-SA Project Name Light Railway Project Territory Saudi Arabia Client Name : Ar-Riyadh Development Authority (Saudi Arabia)City : Riyadh 11614Postal/Zip Code : 94501Country : Saudi ArabiaPhone : (+966-1) 488 3331Fax : (+966-1) 482 9331Email : email@example.comEmail : www.arriyadh.com Description
Construction of a light railway network, involving the construction of two light rail lines running over a total distance of about 38 kilometres.
Budget $ 400000000 Tender Cost $ Post Date January 4, 2004 Invitation Date Closing Date Period 2013 Project Manager Status New Tender Remarks
The client has selected a group comprising France's Semaly and Beirut-based Dar al-Handasah (Shair & Partners) for the contract to carry out preliminary engineering designs on this project. The contract is expected to be signed by mid-July 2004, following the completion of final contractual details. It will be carried out over a period of 14 months. Semaly and Dar al-Handasah won the contract against competition from four consortia. They will assist the client in making a decision on whether the project will be carried out on a design-build (DB), design-build-operate (DBO) or a design-build-operate-finance (DBOF) basis. Two other contracts related to the scheme are expected to be awarded soon.
Updated on June 12, 2004
The client is close to awarding several contracts on this scheme. Canada's IBI Group is in line for the contract to carry out a study determining the final scope of the light railway network, while Germany's Dornier Consulting has been selected to draw up a comprehensive traffic management study. A third award is nearing for the contract to carry out preliminary engineering designs, also referred to as 30 per cent design. Three out of the five groups that submitted bids in April 2004 have been short-listed and asked to submit revised bids. The 30 per cent design contract, which will take 12-18 months, will cover two light rail lines running north-south and east-west over a total distance of about 38 kilometres.
Updated on April 05, 2004
Eleven pre-qualified consultants are preparing to submit bids by April 21, 2004 for the contract to carry out preliminary engineering designs on this scheme. Of the (11) pre-qualified consultants, several are understood to be planning to set up a joint venture. Among the potential bidders are Germany's Dornier Consulting, which completed a feasibility and preliminary design study for the project in June 2003, US' Parsons Brinckerhoff International and France's Systra. The successful bidder will be selected by late April 2004.
Updated on January 06, 2004
This project involves the first stage of a light railway scheme in Riyadh. The client is currently preparing to release the invitations to bid (ITBs) to international consultants for the contract to carry out a 30 per cent design of the planned light railway. The design contract will cover two light rail lines running north-south and east-west over a total distance of about 38 kilometres. It is still not clear whether the project would be implemented on a design-build, a design-build-operate or a design-build-operate-finance scheme. The client is also in the process of evaluating proposals from international consultants to carry out a comprehensive study for the light railway network. Seven companies, including US' Parsons Brinckerhoff International and France's Systra, have submitted proposals for the contract. The study is expected to take 12-18 months. While the 30 per cent design will be based on over-ground options only, the comprehensive study might re-introduce an underground element. Germany's Dornier Consulting has completed a feasibility study and preliminary design study on the project in June 2003. The project is slated for completion by 2013.
Design Consultant Name : Dar al-Handasah (Shair & Partners)Address : Head Office Verdun St, Dar Al-Handasah BuildingCity : BeirutPostal Code : 7159Country : LebanonPhone : (961-1) 869416 / 790002/3/4/5Fax : (961-1) 869026/11Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Tender Categories Housing Projects
Industrial & Special Projects
Project Number CE/149/2004 Project Name Distribution Pillars & Boards Territory Dubai Client Name : Dubai Electricity & Water Authority (DEWA)Address : Head Office, Near Wafi Shopping Mall, Zabeel EastCity : DubaiPostal/Zip Code : 564Country : United Arab EmiratesPhone : (+971-4) 324 4444Fax : (+971-4) 324 8111Email : email@example.comEmail : www.dewa.gov.ae Description
Supply of mini distribution pillars and cubicle type low voltage distribution boards for an electricity and water authority.
Budget $ Tender Cost $ 275 Post Date May 17, 2004 Invitation Date May 15, 2004 Closing Date June 26, 2004 Period Project Manager Status Completed Tenders Remarks
Tender No. CE/149/2004
The tender cost is payable in cash or on-line through the website http://www.dewa.gov.ae under the title e-services . Tenders must be valid for acceptance for 120 days from the closing date. Tender documents must be accompanied by a Tender Bond of 5% of the total tender price and valid for 150 days from the tender closing date. Participants in the tender should submit the names of their Local Partners/Sponsors, having a valid Dubai Trade Licence along with a photocopy of their current licence.
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