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Contracts Awarded

Written by  Author |   Tue, 24 May 2016 06:06
- Arab Engineering Bureau (AEB) awarded the Doha branch of Arab Center for Engineering Studies (ACES) a contract for the FIFA Fifth Precinct Stadium venue. ACES Doha will carry out the geotechnical investigation at the stadium located in Al Thumama, Qatar. The scope of work includes the drilling of over 50 boreholes with depths ranging between 15 and 50 meters, installing piezometers, conducting field tests including falling head permeability, Packer, pressurizer and dissipation and geophysical logging of multi-channel analysis of surface waves (MASW).
- The Qatar Primary Materials Company (QPMC) signed four new agreements for the supply of about 20 million tons of gabbro and limestone aggregates over the next three years. The deals are meant to ensure continuous availability and price stability of aggregates for Qatar’s burgeoning construction sector, QPMC said in a statement. 
- Qatar Liquefied Gas Co., Qatargas, the world’s biggest producer of liquefied natural gas, signed a 15-year contract to supply Pakistan State Oil Co. with 3.75 million metric tons of fuel annually, the Qatari company said. Qatargas didn’t disclose the contract’s value. However, Pakistani sources said the deal is worth $15 billion and can meet one-fourth of Pakistan’s gas shortfall.
- Qatar Petroleum (QP) awarded an Engineering, Procurement, Installation and Commissioning (EPIC) contract to supply Jet Fuel from Ras Laffan Industrial City to Hamad International Airport (HIA) in Doha. The EPIC contract was awarded to the Joint Venture of Consolidated Contractors group & Teyseer Contracting Company to build a 24-inch pipeline and associated facilities that will be used to transport the jet fuel.
- The three major tunneling lots of the 45km-long gravity-fed interceptor sewer of the US$3 billion Inner Doha Resewerage Implementation Strategy (IDRIS) in Qatar are awarded by Ashghal to joint ventures comprising two of Europe’s leading tunnel construction companies headed by French construction giant Buoygues, for a combined contract sum of €550 million. Its partner is local contractor Urbacon.
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