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Economic Zone Development Project - Ras Bufontas
This project involves development of the first economic zone, which will focus on logistics and advanced technologies at Ras Bufontas, located near the new Hamad International Airport in Qatar. Known as QEZ-1, it will cover an area of approximately 4.1 square kilometers. The economic zone will specialize in companies in the communications, infotech, energy, logistics, construction, transportation and other sectors. The project will be developed in 3 phases. The project includes: Trunk Sewer Line: GRP with Concrete encasement (NDM) 7m -16m Depth & 3 Km length Diameter : 1000mm 1200 mm Sewerage Pumping Station 231 l/s including screen system, odour control and surge vessel. Diversion of PWA existing 3x500mm diameter pumping mains Connection to HIA STP with all related structures The extent of work involves development of streets, framework and finishing of Phases 1 and 2 of Ras Abu Fontas Economic Zone (EZ1). Notwithstanding Ras Bufontas, Manateq has been entrusted to create two other exceptional monetary zones. One of these is the Um Alhoul Special Economic Zone, a 33.52 square kilometer light assembling bunch that borders the New Port undertaking, south of Al Wakrah. It is required to exploit its key highlights by taking into account organizations engaged with petrochemicals, building materials, oceanic, metals, coordinations, nourishment handling and others (auto, devices and apparatus). Ras Bufontas will permit Manateq to build up a venture stage for nearby and worldwide organizations, for example, those in the airfreight and calculated administrations. It will strengthen merchandise transportation to and from the world to the extraordinary monetary zone near the new air terminal, and connection to the rail organize and thruways encourages a consistent stream of products between this zone and different zones too. Thus, operational expenses of transportation and warehousing administrations for speculators will be reduced. A consortium and local Trading & Contracting firm has been awarded the design and construction contract, worth $459 million.