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Oman's Al Hassan bags $67m UAE waste plant deal

The scope of work for Al Hassan includes civil, building, steel structure, piping, mechanical, electrical, and instrumentation at the project site

NEWS, MEP, Projects, Abu dhabi, Abu Dhabi National Oil Company, Adnoc, Al Hassan Engineering Company, BeAAT treatment plant expansion, Intecsa, Muscat, Oman

Oman-based Al Hassan Engineering has won a $67m contract from Intecsa Ingenieria Industrial (Intecsa) for its BeAAT treatment plant expansion project in Abu Dhabi, UAE.

The scope of work includes civil, building, steel structure, piping, mechanical, electrical, and instrumentation at the project site.

The project involves expansion of existing facilities in Ruwais for the treatment of waste produced by Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc) operating companies in Abu Dhabi.

"The project duration will be 28 months from January 2017 and the company is expecting to generate a profit from this project," Al Hassan Engineering Co said in a filing to Muscat Securities Market.

 

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