05/03/2012 | Editor: Marcel Dröttboom
Habtoor Leighton Group in joint venture with Dragados Gulf Construction Company / Intecsa Industrial (ACS Group), has been awarded a USD 169 million contract in Saudi Arabia for the construction of mine-related infrastructure for the Ma’aden Alcoa Aluminium joint venture’s bauxite mine.
The project is located at Al Ba’itha in a desert landscape approximately 200 kilometres north-east of the city of Burayda in the Qassim central region of Saudi Arabia. The mineral from the bauxite mine will be transported by train using the North-South Railway that connects the mine to the aluminium smelter Ma’aden is constructing at Ras Al Khair.
The Habtoor Leighton Group/Dragados Gulf/Intecsa scope of works includes construction of a pioneer fly camp and temporary facilities main camp, the material handling system, including crushing plant and mechanical conveyors, a 250 times 200 metre mine village, including accommodation, as well as connecting roads and utilities.
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