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RAFA GULF CONTRACTING EST.

PREQUALIFICATION
DATA

COMPANY PROFILE
2011
Aim:

To

Serve

Industrial

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Companies

INDEX

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Introduction

03

Certificates..

05

Services ...

10

Key Personnel/ Manpower Resources.. 12


Projects ..
A)

17

Geophysical equipment factory


project ..

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Rofana residential complex


project ,

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Environmental Development
company

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Warehouse Facilities.

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Financial Statement..

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RGC Safety..

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B)
C)

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Introduction

RAFA GULF CONT. EST. (RGC) is a Saudi Company involved in contracting


and maintenance business. RGC was established in early 2003 by Mr. Raeed
F. Alahmari with the vision of creating engineering contracting company for
maintenance, operation and quality works dedicated to the esteemed
customers trust and reliability.
We are currently engaged our work force for the maintenance and
construction of companies such as Saudigeophysical Equipmental Factory,
Environmental Development Company Limited ( EDCO ) and Private
Residendial Building Apartments throughout Saudi Arabia. The companys
trust, reliability and committed to quality is motivated us to widen our activities
towards Civil Engineering construction area.
Also we have strengthened our organization with highly experienced quality
conscious Engineers, Technicians and Office Staffs.
The engineers are having (7) years experience in construction of Multi storied
Buildings, Box Culverts, Bridges (under pass & fly over), Heavy RCC
foundations for erection of machineries, Telecom Towers, RCC Piles, Cuttings
and Forming Embankments for Rail Road Traffic, laying of Pipelines for Water
Supply and Sewerage network, fabrication of steel structures for the
Construction of industrial sheds etc.
GENERAL INFORMATION:
Establishment Name: RAFA GULF CONTRACTING EST.
Nature of Business: General Contracting
Year of Establishment: 2003
Country of Registration: Saudi Arabia
Commercial Registration Number: 2051031132
Prime contact in the Event of Clarification Being Required
Name
: Raeed F. Alahmari
Position
: General Manager
Tel. No.
: (9663) 887-3688/3375
Fax No.
: (9663) 887-3966
E-mail
: Raeed@rafagulf.com

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ABOUT RGC
What makes RGC different from other established general contracting
companies is that we are FRESH with ideas backed by a team of professional
highly dedicated to excellence. Thereby making the clients satisfied. Our
commitment is to finish the projects on time on whatever amount of
responsibilities given to us whether big or small. We can easily adjust to any
needs of the clients even for low budget ventures.

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Certificates

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Government License Certificates

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Chamber of Commerce

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Municipality Certificates

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Drilling Certificate

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Zakath Certificates

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RGC LIST OF SERVICES


RGC List of Services includes:

Construction of Multi-Storied Buildings.

Installation of Box Culverts.

Construction, Building & Erection of Bridges (Underpass & FlyOver), Heavy RCC Foundations for Erection of Machineries,
Telecom Towers and RCC Piles.

Cuttings & Forming Embankments for Rail Road Traffic.

Laying of Pipelines for water supply and sewerage network.

Fabrication of Steel Structures for the construction of Industrial


Sheds, etc.

Wells Drilling.

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KEY PERSONNEL / MANPOWER RESOURCES

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KEY MANAGEMENT STAFF


Mr. Raeed F. Alahmari is the company founder and General Manager having
over (7) years of experience in this field. His hard work and tireless efforts
motivated him to start this contracting establishment.
The companys remarkable growth for the past 2 years is largely attributed to
his personal effort and committed involvement in every aspect of the
business.
Mr. Edison N. Gomez, Project Manager, a Bachelors Degree in Civil
Engineering, Filipino. He worked in various supervisory capacities in reputed
construction organizations in Philippines, for the past 15 years. With the rich
experience in the field of construction of multi storied buildings, Box culverts,
Bridges (under pass & flyovers), Heavy RCC Foundations for Erection of
Machineries, Telecom Towers, RCC Piles, Cuttings and Forming
Embankments for Rail, Road Traffic, Laying of Pipelines for Water Supply and
Sewerage Network, Fabrication of Steel Structures for the Construction of
Industrial Sheds, Planning, Estimating & Quantity Survey, maintenance of a
large housing colony, etc..
Mr. Eubeth P. Estaol the Estimation Engineer of the company. He is a
registered engineer in the Philippines and worked in various engineering
capacities in construction organizations in his country as well as here in Saudi
Arabia.
Mr. Aseer H. John, Electrical Engineer. He deals in Industrial and
commercial electrical works. His experience gained local and in the kingdom
for the past years make him a true asset of the company.
Mr. Victor N. Gradiola and Mr. Mohd Taraq, Quality Inspectors that make
activity works will be properly documented acceptable to the required
standards and specifications. Both are vigilant and sincere in their
assignments for the betterment of the companys service and performance to
the meet clients expectation.

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COMPANY ACTIVITIES
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RGC provides the wide range of quality services in the maintenance and
construction services of various companies. The following are some of our
esteemed clients.

Saudi geophysical Environmental and Consulting Firm.

Private Residential Building Apartments

Environmental Development Company Limited

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PERSONNEL STRENGTH
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At present, RGC has more than 300 manpower strength of different
nationalities and traders. Top management and some administrative members
are of Saudi nationality. Engineers and professionals are mainly Filipinos,
Indians and Egyptians, whereas skilled and semi skilled are from Philippines,
India and Nepal. Most of the expatriates have a sound international
experience and exposure.
Engineers and Professionals

Profession

Currently
Kingdom

Project Manager
Managing Director
Civil Engineer
Electrical Engineer
QA/QC Inspectors
Draftsman
Safety Inspector
Accountant

1
1
2
2
2
1
2
2

in

the

Office Secretary
1
Communication Engineer 1
Total
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RGC LIST OF EQUIPMENTS

List of Equipments
Equipment Type

Capacity Unit

Quantity

Pickup (Double seat) Toyota

1 Ton

Ton

Dump Truck

4 Ton

Ton

Air Compressor (with jack and hammer)

Ton

Crane

50

Ton

Crane

75

Ton

Compacting Machine

Concrete Mixer

Cu.m.

Asphalt Cutting Machine

Boom Truck

Scaffolds

lot

Plate Compactor

In addition, RGC is capable of providing any additional equipment might be


required by the client.

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RGC LIST OF PREVIOUS/ON-GOING


PROJECTS

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LIST OF PREVIOUS/ON-GOING PROJECTS


A) Saudi geophysical Equipment Factory
B) Private Residential Building Apartments
C) Environmental Development Company Limited

A) Geophysical equipment factory project :

Drilling and infrastructure construction for the project

The establishment of steel buildings

All mechanical and electrical work

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B) Rofana residential complex project :


1- Digging the ground.
2- Infrastructure construction
3- The establishment of concrete buildings
4- The implementation of all the electricity and mechanics

5- Finishing a complete implementation of the works


6- Implementation of the health club
7- The implementation of special services for the complex.

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C) EDCO development of the environment :


We have done the infrastructure of the project on an area of 140.000
square meters and the establishment of buildings and private offices, in
addition to services for the project, including courses in health and
parking and balance the weight of trucks, in addition to digging 8 also
waste and the establishment of a metal warehouse area of 200*20
square meters.

A. Drum Storage Unit (DSU):


The DSU is utilized to store loads accepted in containers (e.g., drums, boxes,
totes, bags).
The Drum pad is made of a metal structure with a concrete slab, sloped
inwards to drain into a collection basin that will be managed according to
regulatory requirement.

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Containerized wastes are stored at DSU until they are processed for treatment
and disposal.
Stored wastes are segregated with respect to compatibility at the DSU.

B. Stabilization / Solidification Unit:


Stabilization / Solidification Unit is the unit utilized to solidify wastes with
free liquids or treat waste to meet treatment standards prior to land filling.
The unit has mixing bins where wastes are mixed with solidification agent
and/or stabilizing reagents using excavator bucket. Reagents are added from
storage via a feed system or added from bags or containers.
The Stabilization building is steel framed structure with reinforced concrete
slab, indoor bins for waste processing, recessed in the floor, and oudoor
reagent storage tanks and appurtenant systems.

C. Chemical Treatment Unit (CTU):


The CTU is the management unit utilized for neutralization and treatment of
highly corrosive liquid wastes by addition and mixing of neutralizing agent.
The CTU consists of waste storage tanks, reagent storage tanks, and another
mixing tank. The mixing tank is equipped with agitators to ensure proper
mixing. All tanks are equipped with ancillary piping and pumping equipment
for proper deliveries. A secondary containment is constructed of a concrete
slab and curb which will be eproxy coded as needed.

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D. Chemical Treatement:
Highly corrosive materials are treated in Chemical Treatment Unit by
neutralization process. In this process, acidic wastes are neutralized and/or
heavy metals are precipitate. Lime or other reagents and/or suitable alkaline
waste are typically used for neutralization proposes.

E. Stabilization:
Stabilization is a technology employed to reduce the leachability and/or
toxicity of metals or inorganic compounds by using reagent (or waste
reagents) or combination of reagents. The process involves mixing the waste
with suitable reagents that cause chemical reaction to produce a treated
mixture that meets appropriate LDR treatment standards for disposal.
Reagents include Portland cement or lime/ pozzolans (e.g., flyash, cement kiln
dust). Reagents such as iron salts, silicates and clays, designed to enhance the
set / cure time and / or compressive strength, or to overall reduce the
leachability of the metal or inorganic, may also be added.
The pretreatment analyses for incoming shipment of LDR wastes requiring
stabilization consist of mandatory analyses and SET. During pre-acceptance
process, a portion of the pre-acceptance sample may be used in developing the
mix ratio of the reagents to waste (also called recipe) that will treat the LDR
waste to meet the regulatory treatment standards. In cases where preacceptance sample was not necessary, a previously developed and established

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mix ration (also called standard recipe) for certain type of waste and
contamination level may be used.
The LDR waste shipment is sampled and analyzed for mandatory analyses and
SET. Once the acceptability of the waste is confirmed, the load is sent to
stabilization unit for stabilization where the waste is treated with the
established or identified recipe. The same assigned recipe is used to stabilize
each waste shipment.

WAREHOUSING FACILITIES

RGC has one warehouse in Al-Khobar an open storage area of 800 Sq. m.
one warehouseman is appointed to maintain operation and responsible for the
material tracking and scheduling control.
CAMPS AND ACCOMMODATION FACILITIES
The company operates and maintains its own
Accommodation facilities in the following location:

Labor

Camp

Camp No.

Title

Location

01 AL-Khobar

Main Camp

Al-Khobar

02 Jubail

2nd Camp

Jubail

and

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RGC FINANCIAL STATEMENT

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BANK INFORMATION
BANK REFERENCE
Name of Bank: SAUDI FRANsI
Address: Coastal Road
AL KHOBRAR BRANCH
Contact Person:
Contact Nos. :

TENDERING INTEREST

Job cost preferred for tender: Up to a max. Of SR. 30,000,000


Types of work interested to: All types of Civil engineering
Tender works, heavy foundations for
Machineries, pipeline works etc.

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RGC SAFETY MANUAL / STATEMENT

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SAFETY COMMITMENT
RGC is dedicated to safety for both personnel and work environment, RGCs
safety commitment is maintained through number of measures being adopted
by the company safety education/orientation, counseling, and proper
motivation are the guiding policy in the enforcement and implementation of
the companys safety and loss preventive program in order that none of its
procedures, practices or method of work will expose any employee to
unnecessary hazards.

In keeping with this policy, all members of management and supervision of


what ever grade, are always reminded that safety must take equal importance
with cost and construction and that they have a moral and legal responsibility
for the safety and health of all employees under their control as laid down in
safety manuals, Saudi Arabian Law and other applicable Safety Standards.

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GENERAL AND SAFETY CONDITIONS

1. RGC shall ensure that all RGC personnel will adhere to Safety Rules and
loss Prevention Procedures as outlined in RGC Handbook and Safety
Guidelines, which was issued to Safety Officers and Site Supervisors by
the RGC Safety Dept... For an additional copy the document please
contact the RGC Safety Department Representative.
2. RGC shall be responsible for the safety of his personnel on the Jobsite and
shall ensure proper safety equipment is worn. (See RGC Safety
Handbook).
3. RGC shall be responsible for obtaining at his own expense, all clearance
documents, including but without limitations: Personnel I.D. Cards, vehicle
clearance documents, gate passes, work permits etc. (See RGC Safety
Handbook).
4. It shall be RGC responsibility to visit the jobsite and verify all Information
regarding site conditions, accessibility, adjoining structures and
dimensional accuracy of all drawings prior to submitting his bid and or
starting a job.
5. RGC shall indicate and identify the person who will be on site at all Times
in a supervisor capacity and is authorized to receive a Contractor Work
Permit.
6. RGC shall be responsible for keeping the work area in a clean Condition.
All trash, rags, paper and other discarded materials are to be picked up
and placed in designated containers for removal.
7. All solid and liquid waste should be disposed in the appropriate disposal
locations designated by the Main Contractor.
8. RGC must report to the respective Area Managers and Engineer at
Maintenance Bldg., to provide manpower list daily of personnel working at
project site. This list to be submitted must accurately reflects the names
and badge numbers of personnel working in project site on specific day.

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9. Hot food will not be allowed into project site due to difficulties in Inspecting
contents. The food container and contents must be inspected.
10. RGC personnel are not allowed to leave their jobsite without reason and
wander around in the project area, nor sleep within the project site area.
11. The RGC supervisor will be issued yellow cards for each Employee along
with the permit daily.
12. The yellow cards will indicate the jobsite/area of work within project
Location. The cards have to be surrendered to Operations when closing
the work permit each day.

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RGC SAFETY PLANS


AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE PROCEDURE
It is the responsibility of each RGC employee to familiarize himself with the
Main Contractor safety plan and emergency procedures. Details of the
procedures may be obtained from the Main Contractor contracts
representatives:
1. ACTION TO BE TAKEN:
At the sound of the siren all vehicles are to stop immediately, (last minute plan
exit are not be attempted) and parked on the roadside away from the
immediate area of danger. Driver as well as passengers is to proceed on foot
to the designated assembly area of the plant.
The obvious reason is to limit non-essential traffic. A moving vehicle might
hinder fire engines and ambulances or could become an ignition source if a
gas cloud exists.
In a plant emergency the siren will sound for two (2) minutes. When the
emergency is over All Clear Siren will sound for ten (10) seconds interval,
repeated three (3) times. After an emergency workers are not to resume work
until their supervisor obtains a new work permit. However, every Saturday at
12:00 noon and 1:00 P.M. respectively the emergency and stop work alarm
systems are tested. Take no action at this time unless you see something
seriously wrong.
The following steps are to be taken when hearing the plant emergency
siren/stop work alarm:

DISASTER SIREN:
a. All work/vehicles are to be stopped at once! Last minute exist by vehicles
are to be parked on the roadside away from the immediate area of danger.
b. Shut down any rotary ignition equipment.

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c. Follow a safe route upwind from gas and bypass the emergency site.
d. Proceed on foot, facing the traffic, to the assembly point, located in the
designated area of the plant.
Note: Further action will be communicated by Operations personnel.
e. Assemble your people, taken roll call and make sure every Man is
accounted for. Report any missing employee to your Main Contractor
Representative.
f. Wait for the All Clear Siren, which will sound for 10 seconds with 10
seconds intervals repeated three (3) times.
g. After hearing the All Clear Siren you are to proceed back to the work area
and request a new work permit before resuming work.

NOTE: The emergency siren is tested every Saturday at 12:00 noon, Listen
and be familiar with it.

STOP WORK ALARM:


a. Stop work at once, shutting down all rotary or
ignition Equipment.
b. Proceed immediately with your personnel to
the respective assembly area/shelter and
await further action as instructed by the Safety
Officer or any authorized delegate.
c. Return to work only after Operations has
given the approval to do so, and secure a
new work permit.
NOTE: Unit Stop Work Alarms are tested every Saturday starting at 1:00 p.m.
throughout the plant.

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2. CONTACT AFTER OFFICE HOURS:


The RGCs Supervisor shall give his home address and the telephone number
(and that of his replacement) to the Main Contractor Representative so that he
may be contacted after hours in case of an emergency involving the RGCs
job or equipment.
3. HELP IN AN EMERGENCY:
3.1 In the event of an emergency situation (serious personal Injury, fire,
critical damage to operating equipment, etc.) help may be obtained by
contacting the nearest Main Contractor Main Gate. This may be done:
A.
B.

C.

By telephone. Dial the emergency number.


By radio. If the Main gate cannot be
contacted directly, radio an operation that
has a telephone in the Main Contractor
system and ask them to dial emergency
number.
By messenger. Send a messenger to the
nearest telephone, radio, or Main Contractor
Main Gate, whichever is the nearest.

3.2 When transmitting a message by telephone, radio, or Messenger, ensure


that you clearly identify yourself by giving:
Name
Badge Number
Exact Location
Nature of emergency
Seriousness of emergency
Stay on the telephone to answer questions until told to hang up. Where
necessary, post a lookout to direct the ambulance, fire truck, or helicopter to
the point where it is required.

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