The local/Belgian Six Construct Abu Dhabi has been awarded two marine works contracts in Abu Dhabi.
The first is a contract for work on the sulphur handling terminal in Ruwais. Six Construct will design and build 21 mooring and berthing dolphins with an alongside depth of 16 metres, foundations for two load out cranes and an approach causeway.
Six Construct Abu Dhabi will work as a sub-contractor to the joint venture of Italy’s Techint and the local Al-Jaber Energy Services, which is the main contractor for the project (MEED 29:12:11).
Abu Dhabi Gas Industries Company is the client for the scheme.
The second contract is for marine works, a seawater intake and outfall structure at the Borouge-3 expansion. The scope of work includes the construction of a 400m-long quay wall with an alongside depth of 16m, reclamation works for the container terminal and marshalling area, seawater intake and outfall structures and associated roads and paving works.
The deal is a part of the utilities and offsites works on the project. South Korea’s Hyundai Engineering & Construction is the main contractor for the utilities and offsites package (MEED 27:1:11).
The client for the scheme is Abu Dhabi Polymer Company (Borouge).