CAMP SITE BUILDINGS FOR POWER PLANT PROJECT IN UZBEKISTAN

Navoi – Uzbekistan

Project Details

Client Name:ÇALIK ENERGY
Start Date:January 2010
Completion Date:July 2010

Project Description

This project was announced as the biggest energy project of Uzbekistan. ÇALIK Group, one of the leading companies of Turkey, is also very reputed in Uzbekistan and holds important references within this country. ÇALIK ENERGY entered to a JV agreement with Spanish Company IBERDROLA and thus they were awarded as main contractor. Tribunes used in the production of electricity were supplied by General Electric Company. The contract was on D/B basis and consisted of the construction of modular panelized type prefabricated buildings covering a total area of 5.783 sqm.

Trades Executed

Site supervision, subcontractor management, site security, logistics support, procurement support, health and safety management, construction quality control, design quality assurance.

Scope of Work Relevance

* Design and Build services for prefabricated modular panelized camp site buildings.
* Total of 5.783 sqm prefabricated structures including:
– Offices
– Dining Hall
– Dormitories
– Administration Buildings
– Recreational Buildings
– Warehouses
* Turnkey project including electrical, sanitary, floor and all erection works in the field.
* Design services provided for architectural, civil, mechanical, fire protection, electrical, plumbing, HVAC and landscaping works.
* There have been no change orders assigned to this project until today.
* No accidents or injuries have been reported until this date. Health & safety measures are executed successfully.

Complexity

* The project location is the major complexity. Buildings erected by Tepe Prefabricated Inc. are the first habitation within region. Tepe Prefabricated Inc. staff and the erection crew had encountered difficulties in terms of accommodation and food supply until the first buildings were completed.
* Another difficulty was the truck transportation to the city of Navoi. In addition, the project location was also far from the state highway network complicating access to the camp site.
* Uzbek visa procedures for the erection crew were difficult as well.