Working as a Sub-Contractor to Al-Naboodah Laing O'Rourke, SF-MGC was responsible for the installation, stressing and grouting of the PT slabs and beams for the entire project. At the peak of our operations, SF-MGC had a labour workforce of 100 employees, with a supervision and management team of 20 PT experts to cater for the different areas within the one project. Working within the international safety and quality standards conformation, SF-MGC played an integral role in delivering a new world-class terminal for the international airport.
Being one of the busiest airports in the world, the works is part of a massive DH17.5 billion re-development. The new terminal development comprises of three main areas, which are the terminal, concourse and the car park area.
At ground level, a thick suspended PT slab acts as a roof over the basement structure to form the apron for the aircrafts around the departure and arrival gates. Above the ground level, the superstructure consists of departure and arrival levels, which are approximately 1000m long by 100m wide.
The 4 storey car park was Post-Tensioned with the Flat Slab System and the departure level with the Multistrand System.
||Al - Naboodah Laing O'Rourke
||DAR (Dar Al - Handasah)
||ADPi (Airports de Paris)
|Alternative Design Engineer
||August 2003 - October 2006