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GACA Riyadh King Khalid International Airport Expansion Saudi Arabia - Project Profile

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"GACA Riyadh King Khalid International Airport Expansion Saudi Arabia - Project Profile" contains information on the scope of the project including project overview and location. The profile also details project ownership and funding, gives a full project description, as well as information on contracts, tendering and key project contacts.

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Summary


The General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA), in co-operation with Saudi Arabian Government, is undertaking the Riyadh King Khalid International Airport Expansion project in Saudi Arabia.

The project involves the expansion of the airport from the current 20 million passengers annually to 35 million passengers annually. The expansion project is planned to be implemented in phases.

It includes renovation of existing Terminals 1, 2, 3 and 4 and the construction of 1,06,500m2 new Terminal 5, four new concourses called A, B, C and D, and a new apron, office space, elevators and escalators. The scope and plans for further phases of the expansion project are yet to be revealed.

In August 2008, GACA signed a consultancy contract with Netherlands Airports Consultants for the project. SH&E, a subsidiary of ICF International, was appointed as the lead adviser.

On July 2, 2012, Al-Mabani General Contractors was awarded US$58.5 million contract to build a new apron. The scope of work includes construction of an apron at Terminal 3 and the future Terminal 4, which is currently unused.

On July 10, 2012, bids were received from seven companies for the project management contract.

In October 2012, GACA invited the interested companies to participate in design-build contract for Terminal 5 with November 17, 2012 as the submission deadline. Seven companies/consortia including the Al-Arrab Contracting Company - TAV; Al-Bawani - Vinci Construction; Al-Latifia Trading & Contracting - Al-Habtoor Leighton; Al-Mabani General Contractors - Consolidated Contractors Company - Drake & Scull International; Saudi Binladin Group; Joannou & Paraskevaides; and Yuksel - Saudi Constructioneers have registered their interest for the design-build contract on Terminal 5.

In January 2013, four consortia/companies including Al-Bawani - Vinci Construction; Al-Mabani General Contracting Company - Consolidated Contractors Company - Drake & Scull; Joannou & Paraskevaides; and TAV - Al-Arrab Contracting Company were selected as the shortlisted bidders. The TAV - Al-Arrab Contracting Company consortia submitted the lowest bid.

In January 2013, the consortium of Netherlands Airports Consultants BV (NACO)s subsidiary SADECO and HOK was appointed as the design consultant on expansion of Terminal 3 and Terminal 4. The design team also includes Royal HaskoningDHV as structural engineers; Buro Happold as MEP & systems engineer; and TKC as associate architectural firm.

On March 11, 2013, Aecom led joint venture was appointed to provide the Project Management Consultancy services contract on the project. The value of contract awarded was US$72 million.

In May 2013, TAV Construction - Al-Arrab Contracting Company consortia was appointed as design-build contractor on Terminal 5 package. The value of contract awarded was US$400 million.

DSG Construction has been appointed by TAV Construction - Al-Arrab Contracting Company consortia to undertake the civil works on the Terminal 5. The scope of the contract also includes the construction of a 143,000m2 car park on top of the Terminal 5.

Akfa Contracting has been awarded US$109 million MEP works contract for Terminal 5.

In December 2013, GACA invited nine contracting groups to submit bids for the design-build contract for the Terminals 1, 2, 3 and 4 with a submission deadline as February 27, 2014, which was then extended to April 24, 2014. The nine contracting groups are SAPAC/Samsung C&T (South Korea) JV; Al-Arrab Contracting /TAV (Turkey) JV; Saudi Binladin; Al-Mabani General Contractors/Consolidated Contractors Company (CCC) (Athens) JV; El-Seif Engineering Contracting Company/Larsen &Toubro (India)/Besix (Belgium) JV; Al-Yamama/Habtoor Leighton Group (UAE/Australia) JV; Al-Bawani /Joannou & Paraskevaides (Cyprus) JV; Hochtief (Germany)/Sharpoorji Pallonji (India) and Al-Nahda (Local); and FCC Construccion (Spain)/Drake & Scull (UAE) JV.

In July 2014, a consortium led by the German contractor Hochtief secured design-build contract worth US$2,900 million for the Terminals 1, 2, 3 and 4. The consortium includes Shapoorji Pallonji and local firm Al-Nahda. However in 2016, the contract was terminated.

Saudi Arabian Trading and Construction Company (SATCO) has been appointed as operations & maintenance contractor of airside equipment & systems while SATCO appointed Egis as a technical consultant. The scope of Egis includes the new Passenger Boarding Bridges (PBBs), 400Hz power units and preconditioned air (PCA) systems.

In February 2015, Al-Mabani General Contractors appointed Egis as design consultant to perform the full design under the BIM (Building Information Modeling) concept. The scope includes the airside facilities for new taxiways, new cargo apron, rehabilitation of existing taxiways, extension of the existing fuel line and miscellaneous drainage improvements.

In February 2016, Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) awarded a five year management contract for terminal 5. The contract comprises that DAA will manage and operate all terminal management services within T5.

On May 22, 2016, construction works on terminal 5 completed.

Perkins + Will and Dar Group have been appointed as Architects.

In April 2017, a joint venture of Turkeys IC Ictas and Al-Rashid Trading & Contracting (RTCC) secured US$2,100 million design-build contract.

Construction works on terminals 3 and 4 are underway with scheduled completion in the first quarter of 2020. The entire project is expected to be completed by 2021.

Scope


The project involves the construction of facilities to enhance the passenger capacity of the airport from 20 million to 35 million passengers at King Khaled International Airport in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

The US$4,000 million project includes the following:

1. Construction of a 1,06,500m2 new Terminal 5

2. Expansion and upgrade of existing Terminals 1, 2, 3 and 4

3. Construction of administrative buildings

4. Construction of office space

5. Construction of aprons

6. Construction of 143,000m2 parking facility

7. Installation of security systems

8. Installation of 30 elevators and 19 escalators

9. Installation of 6 electronic moving walks

10. Installation of five new luggage belts

11. Construction of other related infrastructure facilities

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Published Date : Apr 2018
No. of Pages :12
Country :Saudi Arabia
Category :Construction
Publisher :Timetric
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