Zamil Steel Construction completes first EPC turnkey project for GCCIA in Jubail

Thursday, 13th February 2014

Zamil Steel Construction Company recently announced that it has successfully completed the engineering, supply and erection of several customized pre-engineered steel buildings for the Gulf Cooperation Council Interconnection Authority (GCCIA) in Jubail, Saudi Arabia.

The scope of the contract called for the design, fabrication, supply and erection of more than 230 MT of pre-engineered steel buildings, including two warehouses and an office storage building owned by GCCIA and located in the eastern region of Saudi Arabia.

This project marks the first complete EPC turnkey venture for the company. Zamil Steel provided complete engineering, procurement and construction services as an EPC Contractor for the entire project. The company was responsible for the design, supply and erection of two steel warehouse buildings that included fire suppression and racking systems, along with a concrete administration building and all supporting utility services and external works.

"Zamil Steel has been extensively involved with leading regional and multinational companies, supplying pre-engineered buildings and structural steel components for important projects that are complex in nature. This initial EPC turnkey project for Zamil Steel Construction Company provided customized and integrated delivery solutions that also adhered to strict principles of safety and quality in design. The warehouse complex has been officially transferred to the client, who has expressed satisfaction with both the quality of work and completion time, which we can proudly say occurred ahead of schedule," said Nawaf Al Zamil, VP of Zamil Steel's Building Products Group.