Client Kiwan Joint Stock Company (Al Kharafi Group)
Consultant Khatib & Alami
Project Value $178,000,000.00
Completed 1st phase
Description Enabling Works (shoring, excavation, foundation piles and permanent diversion of Barada River) on a 45,000m2 property to allow the construction of a Mixed Use Development of 200,000m2 built-up area for hotel, residential, office and commercial spaces.
Type of Works
– Reinforced Concrete: 6,000m3
– Excavation: 400,000m3
– Shoring Piles: 8,500lm
– Shotcrete: 9,000m2
– Anchors: 7,500lm
– Building Piles: 17,500lm
– Reinforcing Steel: 2,500Tons
Description Phase I Construction of Retail and Leisure Complex constituting 6 underground parking levels with all enabling works (concrete, waterproofing) finished with Epoxy Flooring and serviced with all related electro-mechanical items and provisions
(Elevators, ventilation, BMS, Fire, V&D, access control, FM200, CCTV, PMS etc)
Type of Works
– Civil Works
Location Sector Mina El Hosn, Beirut Central District, Lebanon
Client Conseil Executif des Grands Projects de Beyrouth
Project Duration 24 Months
Description Rehabilitation/renovation works in Beirut southern suburbs.
Type of Works Rehabilitation and upgrading of roads and utilities in 250 main and secondary streets within Beirut southern suburbs. Works included the installation of sewage and water supply networks, in addition to sidewalk and asphalt works.
Storm channels: 30,000m
Sewer Line: 26,000m
Water Supply Lines: 6,000m
Description Beirut International Airport Car Park Facility.
Type of Works Parking facilities for BIA employees, passengers, and visitors. With a total capacity of 2,350 vehicles, the parking holds a capacity of 1,748 cars, in addition to a 30,000m2 surface area for 602 vehicles. An underground pedestrian tunnel connects the parking structure to the terminal building.
– Excavation: 397,000m3
– Concrete: 34,000m3
– Asphalt: 20,000m3
Location Beirut International Airport (BIA), Lebanon
Description Jawad building is a distinguished and renowned structure from the 19th century. It was chosen among the few remaining buildings to be renovated as part of the reconstruction of downtown Beirut.
Type of Works: The works included demolishing, renovation, restoration, underpinning a, and new construction works, achieved with full respect of regulation, in order to preserve the original building architecture.