MoTC – Al Duqm Airport – Al Wusta - Project Profile
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The Oman Ministry of Transport and Communication (MoTC) is undertaking the Al Duqm Airport project in Oman.
The project involves the construction of a new airport on a 2,700ha of land. The project is being executed in three packages.
Package I includes the construction of roadways and other utilities.
Package II includes the construction of runways and the airfield infrastructure.
Package III includes the construction of a 5,700m2 passenger terminal which can process 500,000 passengers a year, a 37m high air traffic control (ATC) tower and a 8,000m2 air cargo terminal which can handle 25,000 tonnes of cargo per annum, two air bridges, four remote aircraft stands, 4km long runway, two link aircraft taxiways, roads, fuel station, and the installation of runway lighting systems, aircraft fuelling system and related equipment.
The ATC tower includes a control building, air cargo building, firefighting building, airport maintenance and services equipment building, and the central services building, central cooling unit, the generators and the power transformers. It includes the construction of 31,500m2 parking area.
In December 2006, Parsons International was appointed as a design consultant.
In October 2008, Desert Line Projects was appointed as EPC contractor on first package and Hanjin Heavy Industries & Construction Co., Ltd on the second package.
On July 1, 2009, Ibn Khaldun Almadaen Engineering Consultants was appointed as supervision and management consultant and on July 24, 2009, Aeroports de Paris Ingenierie (ADPi) was awarded the PMC contract.
In January 2011, MoTC invited bids from the interested companies to compete for the construction contract with March 7, 2011, as the submission deadline. The deadline was later extended four times and the final deadline was set as June 6, 2011.
Three companies including Larsen & Toubro (Oman), the joint venture of Galfar and Daewoo Engineering, and Consolidated Contractors Co have registered their interest in the proposed project; however, the tender was cancelled in August 2012.
In October 2012, the engineering designs work for the domestic passenger terminals were completed.
In February 2013, construction works on the package I completed.
In December 2013, Oman Special Economic Zone Authority (Sezad) invited tenders for the main building works (Package III) with the bid submission due date as January 19, 2014.
In December 2013, construction works on package II completed.
In June 2014, Larsen & Toubro (Oman) LLC was appointed as EPC contractor on Package III. The value of the contract is US$91 million.
Oman Airports Management Company S.A.O.C (OAMC), owned by the Government of the Sultanate of Oman, is responsible for the management and operation of the airport.
Construction works on package III are underway.
The project involves the construction of a new airport on a 2,700ha of land in Oman.
The US$200 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of 5,700m2 passenger terminal which can process 500,000 passengers a year
2. Construction of runways
3. Construction of airfield infrastructure
4. Construction of roadways and utilities
5. Construction of car 31,500m2 parking area
6. Construction of reservoir for treated effluents
7. Construction of 37m high air traffic control (ATC) tower
8. Construction of air cargo terminal
9. Construction of a control building
10. Construction of an air cargo building
11. Construction of firefighting building
12. Construction of services equipment building
13. Construction of central services building
14. Construction of central cooling unit
15. Construction of final layers of the 4km-long runway
16. Construction of two link aircraft taxiways
17. Construction of two air bridges
18. Construction of fuel station and roads
19. Construction of 8,000m2 air cargo terminal which can handle 25,000 tonnes of cargo per annum
20. Construction of four remote aircraft stands
21. Installation of generators
22. Installation of power transformers
23. Installation of runway lighting systems
24. Installation of aircraft fuelling system
25. Installation of required equipment
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