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Old March 2nd, 2009, 11:43 PM   #21
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This is in Taweelah, if i am not wrong!!!
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Khalifa Port and Industrial Zone (KPIZ) in Taweelah - Infrastructure Package



Client: Abu Dhabi Ports Company (ADPC)

Actual Value: 385m USD

Contractors: Main Contractor: Al Habtoor Engineering Enterprises Co. L.L.C.

Consultants: Main Consultant: Mouchel Parkman

Category:Buildings

Type:Mixed Use

Project Duration:

From: Q3 2009 Actual
To: Q3 2011 Actual

Status: Construction

Scope: The main scope of work is the building on-shore main facilities, including 47 buildings. Work includes associated infrastructure work such as building roads, bridges, utility installations as well as hard and soft landscaping.

Schedule: Mouchel Parkman is the consultant. Al-Habtoor Leighton Group was awarded the main construction contract in July 2009. Construction is expected to be completed in September 2011.
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Abu Dhabi awards $408m Mussafah canal contract

by Elsa Baxter on Monday, 23 November 2009

Abu Dhabi-based National Marine Dredging Company (NMDC) has been awarded an AED1.5bn ($408m) contract to build the Mussafah canal.

The 63.5km-long canal is central to the development of Mussafah Industrial City and is set to be completed by the end of June 2010, the official news agency WAM reported on Sunday.

"The project entails dredging of 65 million cubic meters of soil, using the latest cutting and suction dredgers. It is scheduled to be completed by the end of June 2010," NMDC's chairman Mohammed Thani Murshid Al Rumaithi said.

He said the canal will be 200 metres wide and nine metres deep.

The contract was awarded by the Abu Dhabi Urban Planning Council (UPC).

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Old November 24th, 2009, 09:29 AM   #24
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Mussafah channel is not close to Khalifa Port !!
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Khalifa Port will now cost Dh13bn: ADPC



Abu Dhabi Ports Company (ADPC), master developer and regulator of ports and industrial zones in Abu Dhabi, said the construction of Khalifa Port would cost Dh13 billion.

The earlier estimate was $2.18bn (Dh8bn).

According to a Bloomberg report, Tawfiq Yousef Al Mubarak, ADPC's Executive Vice-President – Ports Unit, said during an interview in Shanghai that the construction of Khalifa Port will cost about Dh13bn.

However, during a presentation in March, the cost structure of building the new port was broken down as follows: dredging and reclamation Dh5.5bn, port onshore facilities project Dh1.4bn and earthworks for the industrial zone Dh1.1bn.

According to him, the Abu Dhabi Government would be funding the project.

In March, Mohamed Al Shamsi, Vice-President of the Khalifa Port and Industrial Zone Development, said work on the first of the project's five phases is proceeding on schedule, and added: "The phase will be completed in 2012. We face no financial problems because of the support we receive from the Abu Dhabi Government."

Meanwhile, speaking in Shanghai, Mubarak reiterated that the Khalifa Port would be managed by Emirates Ports Company, a joint venture between Dubai's DP World and ADPC.

"There will be a new company called Emirates Ports Company, a new partnership between Abu Dhabi and Dubai," said Mubarak. "It is very important to adopt one port strategy." This follows reports in a section of the media that Abu Dhabi is considering a new port operator for Khalifa Port.

The DP World deal with ADPC to run the port was initially announced in 2007.

An ADPC spokesperson yesterday told Emirates Business that discussion with DP World is still continuing and nothing has been signed yet. "We are not talking about any new operator," the spokesperson said.

ADPC is developing the harbour as part of the multi-billion dollar Khalifa Port and Industrial Zone (KPIZ), which will provide critical infrastructure to support the accelerated growth of Abu Dhabi's industrial and commercial sectors as outlined in the Abu Dhabi Vision 2030.

The main port will eventually be moved from Mina Zayed to Khalifa Port at Al Taweelah, which will link all major regional cities and industrial zones via road and rail networks.

Last week, Mubarak briefed a visiting delegation of Arab Ports Federation, headed by Chairman Sheikh Sabah Gaber Al Ali Al Sabah about the progress of work on Khalifa Port.

During the visit, ADPC officials provided updates on Khalifa Port, which will replace Abu Dhabi's existing port, Mina Zayed, by 2012.

"Our development plans for Abu Dhabi's ports are designed to be in alignment with the region's long-term maritime strategy, which is why we consider Al Sabah's visit as an excellent opportunity to enhance collaboration on the overall Arab maritime agenda. We are pleased that he shares our vision of developing ports that do not compromise the safety and health of its environments," said Mubarak.

Infrastructure work on the project is on and is scheduled for completion in phases.

When phase one is completed in 2012, Khalifa Port will have an annual container capacity of two million TEUs and a cargo capacity of nine million tonnes. The industrial zone will be operational from 2013 and will feature more than 100 sq km of basic, midstream and downstream manufacturers in industry clusters such as aluminium, petrochemicals, glass and paper.

The Arab Ports Federation was established in 1976 to reinforce the development of Arab ports. As one of the Arab specialised federations working within the Arab League, the federation oversees maritime activities and needs of 20 member states.

http://www.emirates247.com/2.277/log...06-01-1.250436
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100% foreign ownership in Abu Dhabi industrial zone

ADPC to invest $7.2bn in first phase of industrial zone



State-backed Abu Dhabi Ports Company (ADPC) will invest $7.2 billion in the first phase of an industrial zone and will offer 100 per cent foreign ownership to companies that contribute to the emirate's GDP, government officials said on Saturday.

The Khalifa Industrial Zone Abu Dhabi (Kizad), located between Abu Dhabi and Dubai, also includes a sea port that would be operational by fourth quarter 2012, ending the first phase development.

Currently foreign companies must have a local partner to start an industry in the UAE.

"There will be a dual operating mode, a mix of 100 per cent foreign ownership and joint ventures. It will be based on the strategic importance to Abu Dhabi's GDP," Khaled Salmeen, executive vice president of Industrial Zones at ADPC told reporters.

The entire financing for the industrial zone and port is by the Abu Dhabi government, ADPC's chief executive said. ADPC is the master developer and regulator of the ports and industrial zones.

Abu Dhabi is investing billions of dollars in industry, tourism, infrastructure and real estate to diversify its economy away from oil.

Kizad is expected to contribute some 15 per cent of Abu Dhabi's non-oil GDP by 2030, said Salmeen, adding that about 60 to 80 per cent of goods manufactured in the zone will be exported.

Strategic industries that are likely to be part of the zone are those in sectors such as aluminium, steel, petrochemicals, food, pharmaceuticals and others, said Tony Douglas, CEO of ADPC. The second phase of the industrial zone will start in 2013, he said, without elaborating.

When the Khalifa Port's first phase becomes operational in 2012, it will have capacity of 2m containers and 9m tones of cargo a year, four times higher than existing capacity at Abu Dhabi's main Mina Zayed port.

http://www.emirates247.com/business/...11-13-1.317009
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Old November 14th, 2010, 12:23 AM   #27
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ADPC awards Hyundai Dh1.2bn contract


Hyundai Engineering wins Khalifa Port & Industrial Zone project

Abu Dhabi Ports Company on Sunday announced the award of a Dh1.208 billion ($329m) contract to Hyundai Engineering and Construction Company for its flagship Khalifa Port & Industrial Zone (KPIZ) project.

The agreement includes project management, design, procurement, construction, testing and commissioning of all civil works associated with the construction of the offshore terminal area consisting of a 1000m semi automated container terminal and a 1400m break bulk / general cargo terminal intended to handle the operations of 2 million TEUs (twenty foot equivalent units) of containers and 9 million tonnes of general cargo as an initial capacity.

Work is due to begin immediately and is scheduled for completion by Q4 2012 to facilitate the commencement of port operations in 2012.

Located midway between Abu Dhabi and Dubai in the Taweelah industrial district, KPIZ will commence operations in 2012 and over the long term to 2030 will comprise 420 square kilometres of prime industrial land organized into vertically integrated clusters for aluminium, steel, petrochemicals, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, life sciences, food and beverages, glass, paper and other major sectors.

It will consist of a new, world-class multi-purpose offshore port and one of the largest integrated industrial zones in the world.

KPIZ is a feature of the Abu Dhabi Vision 2030 and will play a major role in the emirate's industrial and economic diversification by serving as a key hub for large scale industrial investments serviced by a world class port, transport and other facilities.

Phase 1 of Khalifa Port will open in Q4, 2012, replacing Abu Dhabi's existing main port of Mina Zayed. The new port will have an initial capacity of 2 million TEUs (Twenty Foot Equivalent Units), of containers and 9 million tons of general cargo.

The dedicated Emal berth will be operational later this year.

When all phases of Khalifa Port are completed, it will have a capacity of 15 million TEUs of containers and 35 million tons of general cargo.

http://www.emirates247.com/business/...09-19-1.292825
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Al Jaber-GIS wins Khalifa Port job
The contract for port control systems is worth Dh350m.



Abu Dhabi Ports Company (ADPC) has awarded a Dh350 million contract for the Khalifa Port and Industrial Zone (KPIZ) project in Taweelah, Abu Dhabi, to the Al Jaber-Global Intelligent Systems (GIS) joint venture.

The contract is for the detailed design, procurement, integration and installation of control systems throughout the onshore and offshore areas of Khalifa Port including a port operating system; a vessel traffic system; security; CCTV; telephony and communications; and all associated fiber optic and control system cabling.

The lump sum port systems contract follows an extensive tendering process and is the third major construction package awarded in the last 10 months for the development of the new port and industrial zone at KPIZ.

The complex package of works is due to commence on site in the first quarter of 2011 following detailed design and procurement phases. Completion is scheduled in Q3 2012 to complement the completion of the port.

The remaining major ADPC contracts for KPIZ, including port offshore civil building works, port terminal infrastructure and facilities, and industrial zone road and utilities networks are scheduled to be awarded in the following months. Earlier in March, ADPC awarded the Dh300m contract to Larsen & Toubro for the design, construction, testing and commissioning of the electrical medium voltage (MV) power supply – the source of the main power supply for the entire phase IA of Khalifa Port. It also involves the construction of civil buildings with utilities such as air conditioning, fire protection and lighting systems.

Al Habtoor Leighton Group in July 2009 was awarded the Dh1.4 billion contract for the construction of onshore port facilities which include 47 buildings, road networks, bridges, utility installations and landscaping. Work on the port is expected to be completed by the end of 2011.

http://www.emirates247.com/2.277/log...06-14-1.255059
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ADPC awards Dh484.6 m port project contract

Consolidated Contracting wins Khalifa Port construction project



Abu Dhabi Ports Company (ADPC) has awarded a Dh484.6 million ($131.9 m) contract for Industrial Zone Infrastructure to Consolidated Contracting Engineering and Procurement (CCC) for its Khalifa Port and Industrial Zone (KPIZ) project.

The contract is for the construction, fit-out, testing and commissioning of the civil and structural works for Industrial Zone Area ‘A’ Primary Infrastructure (North), the first of the three construction packages that will provide the facilities for an industrial centre catering for a wide range of heavy, medium and light industries.

Construction of the works will begin shortly and is scheduled to finish by July 2012.

ADPC Chief Executive Officer, Tony Douglas, said: "We are extremely pleased to make this latest award. We look forward to working with our partners Consolidated Contracting Engineering and Procurement on this world class project, with their commitment to delivering on time and to budget. The announcement represents an exciting milestone in the Industrial Zone's bright future."

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ADPC awards Larsen & Toubro Dh300m deal


Abu Dhabi Ports Company (ADPC), the master developer and port regulator, said yesterday it awarded a major procurement and construction contract in excess of Dh300 million to Larsen & Toubro for its flagship project at Khalifa Port and Industrial Zone in Taweelah.

Work is due to begin immediately and is scheduled for completion by May 2012.

The contract involves the design, construction, testing and commissioning of the electrical medium voltage power supply via a 33 kV power cable network.

http://www.emirates247.com/2.277/con...04-29-1.238121
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Abu Dhabi pumps Dh50bn into oil

Industrial investment tops Dh41bn following sharp growth

By Nadim Kawach | Published Saturday, November 13, 2010


Abu Dhabi is the main oil producer in the UAE, which aims to boost its crude output capacity above three million barrels per day in the next few years. (SUPPLIED)

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Abu Dhabi has pumped nearly Dh50 billion into its hydrocarbon sector over the past six years within an ongoing programme to boost its crude output capacity and set up oil related projects, official data showed on Saturday.

The investments had steadily increased since 2004 and reached their peak in 2008 before climbing down in 2009 due to the global fiscal crisis, showed the figures by the Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development (ADDED).

From around Dh6.9 billion in 2004, the total capital pumped into the oil and gas sector, mostly by government-controlled companies, grew to nearly Dh7.2 billion in 2005 and continued its upward trend to hit a record high of about Dh10.5 billion in 2008. In 2009, it dipped to nearly Dh0.2 billion.

Total investments in the sector during 2004-2009 stood at nearly Dh50 billion, making hydrocarbon the largest recipient of domestic capital in the emirate.
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Abu Dhabi Ports Company unveils Khalifa Industrial Zone

United Arab Emirates: 15 hours, 54 minutes ago | PRESS RELEASE

In the presence of HH Sheikh Hamed bin Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, Chief of the Abu Dhabi Crown Prince's Court, Abu Dhabi Ports Company (ADPC) has unveiled the Khalifa Industrial Zone Abu Dhabi (Kizad), at the Emirates Palace. Excellencies from Abu Dhabi and distinguished guests from across the region and the world were also in attendance.


HH Sheikh Hamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan & HH Sheikha Loubna.

Kizad, a 417 sqkm industrial zone strategically located between Abu Dhabi and Dubai, is now ready to receive applications from potential tenants. With one of the world's most advanced deepwater seaports and world-class infrastructure including Union Rail's network, Kizad will benefit from excellent multimodal connectivity via sea, air, road and rail networks to ensure easy accessibility to and from the Industrial Zone. Phase 1, which was launched yesterday, is 51 sqkm with an investment of Dhs26.5bn or $7.2bn.

A press conference was held at the Emirates Palace hosted by Dr. Sultan Al Jaber, Chairman of ADPC, Tony Douglas, CEO ADPC and Khaled Salmeen, Executive Vice President, Industrial Zones, ADPC to mark the launch of Kizad, the largest industrial zone in the region and to explain the key benefits of the project and its importance to the Abu Dhabi Economic Vision 2030.

Commenting on this occasion, Tony Douglas, Chief Executive Officer of Abu Dhabi Ports Company, said: "Today is a very special day for ADPC as we announce the launch of this project. It is a remarkable, world scale and world class with great significance for Abu Dhabi, the UAE and the region as a whole. In essence, it is an industrial zone that offers global industry a bright future and will generate skilled jobs long term for the emirate's population"

Kizad is a cornerstone of the Abu Dhabi Economic Vision 2030 which also highlights the drive to diversification of the economy in pursuit of sustainable growth less dependent on the oil and gas industries. Its purpose is, in part, to create the range and number of opportunities necessary to recruit, retain and develop local and skilled expatriate talent to build a sustainable knowledge economy whilst reducing reliance on unskilled labour.

Mr. Khaled Salmeen, Executive Vice President, Industrial Zones at ADPC said: "Kizad is the future of Abu Dhabi, not only in terms of potential, but also in terms of diversifying the economy through essential industry. What we look to offer is the ability for businesses to come to Abu Dhabi and thrive through efficient access to markets, lower operating costs and a greater ease of doing business. These three critical success factors for global industry are key ingredients and will all feature over the long term."

By 2030, Kizad will be expected to contribute around 15% of Abu Dhabi's non-oil GDP. It will be a powerful magnet for foreign direct investment, with global business locating large-scale primary and downstream manufacturing facilities in the Industrial Zone. It is anticipated that between 60% and 80% of the goods manufactured within Kizad will be exported, adding further value to the nation's economy.

Kizad's strategy is to attract world-class companies, and to establish international industry best practices throughout the Zone. Global and local companies alike will find in Kizad the business efficiencies, market access, low cost operating environment and support essential for long term competitive advantage. Kizad will set new standards for industrial zone infrastructure, environment and operation, reinforcing Abu Dhabi's global competitive advantage.

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Arkan begins AED100 million mortar plant build


Arkan is certain demand for dry mortar will rise

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Arkan Building Material Company Loading has begun construction of its AED100 million (US$27.2m) dry mortar plant in Abu Dhabi for the production of pre-mixed mortars.

The project, called Arkan Dry Mortar, will be located in Al Mafraq and have a production capacity of 1,000 tonnes per day.
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Dubai industrial rents 30% cheaper than Abu Dhabi http://www.emirates247.com/business/...12-08-1.326633
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HSBC signs Khalifa Industrial Zone Abu Dhabi deal



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Kizad (Khalifa Industrial Zone Abu Dhabi) and HSBC today agreed a global partnership under a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to identify potential tenants and establish them in the industrial Zone. The agreement will focus on developing joint marketing opportunities in selected overseas countries supported by HSBC’s global network.
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Germany, Abu Dhabi sign Khalifa letter of intent


HE Mohammed Omar and HE Rainer Bomba.

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The Abu Dhabi Department for Economic Development and the German Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Development have signed a letter of intent at the Hannover Messe Fair to explore mutual opportunities at the Khalifa Industrial Zone Abu Dhabi (KIZAD) and adjacent Khalifa Port.
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New UAE $200m aluminium extrusion plant JV signed

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A new joint venture between Abu Dhabi Basic Industries Corporation (ADBIC) and Gulf Extrusions will see a $200m aluminium plant built within the new 417km2 Khalifa Industrial Zone Abu Dhabi (KIZAD).
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$173.6m silicon metal smelter to be built at Kizad

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A $173.6m silicon metal smelter that will supply high-grade silicon to aluminium smelters in the region is to be established at the Khalifa Industrial Zone Abu Dhabi (KIZAD). Construction will begin in 2013, with the facility up and running by 2015.
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Emrill wins three-year FM contract for Weatherford


Emrill will provide FM services for two sites in the Abu Dhabi Industrial City.

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Emrill has signed a three-year facilities management contract with Weatherford International, an oilfield services company.

This contract marks Emrill's first in the industrial and oilfield sector. As part of the contract, Weatherford will receive FM services in two key sites including its Middle East training centre and manufacturing complex both located in Abu Dhabi Industrial City.
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