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ProjectNameApron Construction Project - King Khalid International AirportTerritory Saudi ArabiaClientGeneral Authority of Civil Aviation - GACA (Saudi Arabia)
 
Description Construction of a new apron at
King Khalid International Airport
.Budget ($)Tender Cost($)Post Date February 2, 2012InvitationDateClosing DatePeriodLastUpdatedFebruary 2, 2012Status New TenderRemarks This project is in
Riyadh
. Scope of work involves construction of an apron at the existingTerminal 3 and the future Terminal 4. Terminal 3 is currently used for domestic flights bynational carrier
Saudi Arabian Airlines
and budget airlines
Sama Air
and
 Nas Air
. Thecontract is part of an overall expansion plan for Riyadh airport. This expansion is expected toincrease the airport's annual capacity to about 24 million passengers from the current 14million. It is understood that bids have been submitted for the main construction contract.Local
 Al-Mabani General Contractors
has submitted the lowest bid of $58.5 million. Otherbidders include a joint venture of Turkey's
TAV 
and local
 Al-Arrab Contracting
at $76million; local
Unimac
at $60 million; local
Shibh Al-Jazira
at $73 million; local
 Al-Khodari
 at $91 million; and local
 Al-Yamama
, with
 Nassir Hazza al-Subaei
at $75 million. Evaluationof bids is expected to take about two months before the contract is awarded.
 Netherlands Airport Consultants (Naco)
is acting as the consultant on this scheme.MainConsultantNetherlands Airport Consultants - NACO (Netherlands) 
 
TenderCategoriesAirportHousing Projects
 
ProjectNameCrude & Gas Production Increment ProjectTerritory Saudi ArabiaClientAl Khafji Joint Operations - KJO (Saudi Arabia) 
 
Description Engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract for upgrading of facilities toincrease crude and gas production.Budget ($) 230,000,000Tender Cost($)Post Date May 5, 2011InvitationDateClosing Date August 1, 2011Period 2014LastUpdatedFebruary 1, 2012Status Current ProjectRemarksUpdated On :
February 1, 2012
It is understood that the client is expected to soon award the offshore package, worth $106.5million, to US'
 McDermott
; and the onshore package, worth $124.5 million, to South Korea's
 Daewoo Engineering & Construction
.Updated On :
January 9, 2012
Client opened and evaluated the technical and commercial bids for the EPC packages in finalquarter of 
2011
. US'
 J Ray McDermott
and South Korea's
 Daewoo Engineering &Construction
have emerged as lowest bidders. McDermott is understood to be lowest bidderfor the offshore work, while Daewoo is lowest bidder for the onshore package.Updated On :
June 20, 2011
It is understood that the deadline for submission of bids for the EPC contract has beenextended from the previous deadline of 
 June 12, 2011
.This project is in the
Neutral Zone
, shared between
Saudi Arabia
and
Kuwait 
. Work has beendivided into two packages - onshore and offshore. The onshore package includes constructionof a crude and gas treatment plant, gas and natural gas liquids (NGL) collection anddistribution facilities, with associated onshore gas facilities. The offshore package includesdemolition and replacement of some existing offshore platforms, laying of a 50-kilometrepipeline to the onshore facilities, as well as monitoring stations. Client has released the tendersfor the EPC contract. At least 12 EPC contractors are understood to be bidding on thepackages, with some bidding for both and others just bidding on either the offshore or onshoresection. Companies looking to bid include:- South Korea's
 Daelim
- onshore package.- South Korea's
GS Engineering & Construction
- onshore package.
 
- South Korea's
 Hyundai Heavy Industries
- both packages.- US'
 J Ray McDermott
- offshore package.- India's
 Larsen & Toubro
- both packages.- UK's
 Petrofac
- both packages.- Italy's
Saipem
- both packages.- South Korea's
Samsung Engineering
- both packages.- China's
Sinopec
- onshore package.- Canada's
SNC Lavalin
- both packages.- Italy's
Techint
- onshore package.- France's
Technip
- both packages.Contract awards are expected in the third quarter of 
2011
. Work is expected to take (36)months, with completion due by the end of 
2014
.TenderCategoriesOilfield DevelopmentHydrocarbon Processing, Storage & Distribution

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