|Client:||Institute Geographic National France International|
|Location:||Saudi / Qatar|
|Starting Date:||February - 2010|
|Completion Date:||October - 2010|
|Contract Value:||SAR 24,128,384|
|Contract Value:||USD 6,434,236|
|Scope of work:||Civil Works|
|Project Manger:||Joseph Jahjah|
The project consists of the construction of several types of boundary points as detailed below:
- Main border points: 4 Nos.
- Subsidiary border points : 10 Nos.
- Borderline markers : 7 Nos.
The border points are to be marked with permanently fixed pillars consisting of stainless steel pipes with 7MM wall thickness drilled 20 meters deep in the ground for the center points (borderline markers included) and 5 meters for the corner points, (Main & Subsidiary Points) as per the specifications.
In addition, a 2M x 2M x 1M deep concrete base will be constructed for the main and subsidiary points. A 1.50 M high frustrum will then be erected where the reference point marker will be fixed. Accessories such as handrails, caps for the pipes and directional signs are also included in the scope of work.
Furthermore, almabani will carry out maintenance works on the existing border points (31 Nos.) whilst removing others (14Nos.).