ICRC Projects

Project/Contract: Design and Construction of Wadi Gaza Interim Wastewater Treatment Plant

Client: International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) Owner: Coastal Municipalities Water Utility (CMWU)   Saqqa & Khoudary won the Design and Build contract in August, 2012. The contract includes design, engineering, construction, supply, install, commissioning and start-up of the plant based on lagoon-based treatment on a total area of 32,000 m2. The plant has a capacity of 14,000 m3/day or 240,000 PE   The works include excavation, earthworks and embankment construction for the ...

Mechanical and Electrical Refurbishment and Upgrading Installations of CMWU Water and Wastewater Facilities in Gaza Strip

Client: ICRC      Owner: CMWUSaqqa & Khoudary started the implementation of this multi-site project (10 sites) in May 2014. The project includes drilling and digging a range of water wells, supplying and installing brackish water RO membranes, vertical turbine water pumping sets, steel-well head water pumping manifolds, multistage vertical turbine water booster pumps, 12''-18'' steel pipes, and electrical switchboards for various water wells ...

Covering the Anaerobic Pond at Wadi Gaza WWTP

 Client: ICRC      Owner: CMWU  Saqqa & Khoudary won the Design and Build contract in June 2014.  The creative and innovative design was a remarkable achievement.   The works are primarily covering the anaerobic pond using floating modular-cover made of HDPE geo-membrane, supplying and installing bio-gas collection, conveyance and treatment system. This includes HDPE perforated pipes, a blower, bio-gas treatment and flaring equipment. The contract also includes constructing rainwater ...

Electro-mechanical refurbishment for water and wastewater facilities throughout Gaza Strip as a result of the 'Protective Edge' operation on Gaza

Client: ICRC In August 2014, SAK conducted emergency repairs during cease-fire time for part of the water and wastewater infrastructure and facilities throughout Gaza Strip that are damaged/ malfunctioned during the Israel offensive; 'Protective Edge'. This includes but not limited to repairs of networks, electromechanical refurbishment for water and wastewater facilities, supply and install of pumps etc ...

Emergency Response: Water and wastewater infrastructure repairs in result of the 'Protective Edge' operation on Gaza.

Client: ICRC The project started in July 2014 and completed in September 2014. As an emergency fast-track project, it was necessary to complete it in a very short period of time. As such, SAK had mobilised 100 technical and support staff with engineers working in "extremely challenging and potentially dangerous conditions" to repair the vital infrastructure facilities.   The works are mainly emergency repairs throughout offensive time for ...

Emergency Fast Track for Repairing Wastewater Pumping Stations at Beit Hanoun project

Saqqa & Khoudary won the contract in October 2014. The contract scope includes reconstruction, supply, installation, testing, commissioning, start-up and operation of the central sewage pumping station (PS 1), the Industrial sewage pumping station (PS 2) and Sultan Abed Al-Hamed sewage pumping station (PS3) at Beit Hanoun. The civil works include earthworks and reinforced concrete, the mechanical works include manifolds, gate valves, air ...

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