(Updated 5 Dec 2009)
- Construction of Al-Juawaibiyah Regulating Tank at Nalut
- Oilfield Services at Ghani Oilfields
- Oilfield Services at Amal Oilfields
- Technical Services to LISCO
- Construction of Green Printing Press Complex
- Construction of Pump Stations & Turnout Headworks
- Construction of Accomodation Blocks
- Construction of Heavy Equipment Workshop
- Construction of 177 Farm Tanks
- Construction and repair of Amal Airport
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Construction of Al-Juawaibiyah Regulating Tank at Nalut
Al Nahr Company (Fully owned by Great Man-made River Authority)
Aljuwaibiyah, Gadames-Zwara-Al Zawiah Water System for Great
Man-Made River project, Libya
The work comprises of civil construction of 70,000 cubic
meter capacity regulating tank with specialized formwork for
columns, walls and roof panels. The work involved about 11850
cubic meters of concrete work and 2000 tons of rebar fabrication
and installation. Work has been completed as per approved construction
Oilfield Services at Ghani Oilfields for Harouge Oil Operations
Electro-mechanical, mechanical, electrical and civil works
at various stations at Ghani oilfields as follows; a. Preventive
maintenance of Storage Tanks ST 222, ST 401, ST 701 and St 201
at Ghani & Zenad Stations.
Oilfield Services at Amal Oilfields
Preventive maintenance of Storage Tanks and Pipe Lines at
various stations in Amal Oilfields as follows; a. Surge Tank,
Settling Tank, and Gas Boot at Station 3 b. Surge Tank, Settling
Tank, and Gas Boot at Station 7
Provision of Technical Services to Libyan Iron & Steel Company
Provision of highly skilled Engineers, Specialists, Plant Operators and Technicians in the Operations Deptt, Maintenance Deptt, Direct Reduction Plant and the Flat Mill.
Construction of Green Printing Press Complex
Libyan Investment Company, Tripoli, Libya.
Sawani Road Tripoli, Libya
Project Area 26,500 sq meters
Portal frame building 6,300 sq meters
Admn Building 1,680 sq meters
Expert & workers residence, Warehouse, services building, compressor room, overhead & underground fire water tank, electrical control room, internal roads, water supply & sewage network, boundary wall.
Construction of 2 Pump Stations and 3 Turnout Head Works
Al-Nahr Company (fully owned by The Great man-made River Authority)
Pump Stations with an average area of 5,000 sq meters 6 meter deep. The 3 Turn out Head works are 3 meter deep below grade reinforced concrete structures with a control room on the ground floor.
The project required approximately 5000 cubic meters of cast in place concrete and approximately 600 Tons of Steel reinforcements
Construction of North Accommodation Blocks
The scope of work comprised of design and construction of five new accommodation blocks at AMAL oil field. In addition to the structural design and construction of buildings, the work also included design and installation of HVAC system, telephone, electrical, general and emergency lighting, sanitary and waste water system, potable water system, fire water, fire fighting and fire alarm systems.
Construction of Heavy Equipment Workshop
Veba Oil Operations. (Petro Canada)
The project comprises of a 7.5m eaves height steel structure building with 22m span and two overhead cranes.
The lean to section comprises of engine repair workshops, stores, kitchens, washrooms and offices.
The facility is equipped with oil dispensers, tyre repair facilities, compressed air network, vacuum suction network, fire alarm systems, smoke alarm systems and fire fighting facilities.
Construction of 177 Farm tanks at Tarhuna
Al-Nahr Company Limited (Fully owned by The Great Man-Made River Authority)
The project comprises construction of 177 farm tanks for the water supply and irrigation network.
The tanks are made of reinforced concrete, 300mm thick walls and are cast in place at various locations along the network.
Construction and repair of Amal Airport
Veba Oil Operations. (Petro Canada)
The project comprises construction and repair of an airport at Amal oilfields. Modifications were also done to the Aviation Fuel system.
The repair work included rehabilitation of the existing runway strip, 7000 meters of crack widening, routing and filling with specially designed sealant, milling and dispensing machines for extreme climates.