QATAR MUSEUM OF ISLAMIC ARTS|
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Job No : 156 / QA – 01 / PC
Contract Name : Museum of Islamic Arts
Country : Qatar
Client : Qatar Petroleum
Consultant : Turner Int’l. -Projacs JV
Final / Latest Contract Price : US $ 121.708.928
Starting Date : 19 May 2004
Completion Date : 30 May 2007
The work comprises the construction, completion and maintenance of the foundations, building structure, finishing and Electro-Mechanical components of the Museum of Islamic Arts Project in Doha. In this prestigious museum, historical Islamic arts will be exhibited.
1. Facilities Being Constructed :
- Construction of reinforced concrete frame floors and flat roofs of the Museum Building, Ramp and Covered Car Park.
- Execution of external enclosure and external cladding and completion of the Museum and Covered Car Park Structures.
- Execution of internal partitioning of the Museum Building and the Covered Car Park Structure.
- Execution of structural steelwork and miscellaneous metalwork at the Museum Building and the Covered Car Park Structure.
- Execution of internal floor wall and ceiling finishes to the Museum Building, together with supply and fixing of internal doors, hardware and miscellaneous joinery fittings.
- Exterior & Interior Natural Stone Paving & Cladding construction.
- Execution of external hard landscaping at the Museum Building and the Covered Car Park.
- Execution of the hot and cold water plumbing and waste drainage, soil and rainwater drainage, heating, ventilating and air conditioning installations, fire alarm and sprinkler installations, electrical installations including stand-by power generation installation, conveying system, audiovisual system installations and building management system.
- 2 concrete bridges from car-park to museum building
- Chandelier installation.
- Construction of the Boat Dock.
2. Major work items :
- Museum Building of 40.000 m2
- Car-Park Building of 10.000 m2
- Total closed area of 50.000 m2
- Natural Stone Works 6.500 m3
- Concrete Works 38.000 m3
- Steel Reinforcement Works 5.000 tonnes.