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Overseas Projects in Progress

Kuwait International Airport New Terminal Building, Kuwait

The tender for the construction of the Kuwait International Airport New Terminal Building (T2) was announced at the signing ceremony held on 30 May 2016. On August 28, 2016, the construction site was delivered to Limak by the Kuwait Ministry of Public Works (MPW).

The KIA-T2 project is planned to significantly increase current airport capacity and create a new regional center. The new terminal building will provide the highest level of comfort for passengers with an area of approximately 750 thousand square meters. The building is located under a single roof with glazed spans that allow the entry of the daylight by breaking the sun rays. The roof sags entirely away from the building, ensuring that the airside connection bridges used by passengers for the transition to the aircraft and entrance plaza are in the shade. The frontispiece of the terminal building is designed in a way which is sand, dust and explosion proof. Reflecting the hospitality culture in the region, the design creates an elegant and unforgettable effect for the passengers with a luggage area surrounded by a refreshing waterfall. The design also has a huge new landside access on the south side. The landscape near the building consists of cactaceaes and desert-specific species, looking like a verdant o asis which takes the desert climate away from the terminal.

The capacity of the airport is planned to reach 25 million passengers per year after the new terminal becomes active. The new terminal building is the main element in the expansion plan of Kuwait International Airport. The terminal building package also includes the construction of a central power building, water tank building, security building, infrastructure tunnel and electrical substations. 

The airport, which targets to be the world’s first LEED GOLD building among passenger terminals, will produce solar energy by combining the thermal properties of concrete construction with solar panels mounted on a large area on the roof.

The airport design consists of three floors and a basement. It is designed as a triangle having each side 1.2 km long. It will have a passenger entrance door that has a capacity to serve 21 Code F (A380) aircraft and 9 Code C (A320) aircraft. Through the Multiple Aircraft Ramp System (MARS), this order can be rearranged to serve 51 C code aircraft.

The primary structure consists of 90 pieces of precast concrete columns connected by posttensioning precast arches. These are supported by 39,800 composite steel and concrete cassettes that form the inner roof. The building was constructed with galvanized roofing and glass frontispiece, resistant to weather conditions. In addition, it will be resistant to explosions. The project consists of over 1 million cubic meters of concrete and over 150 thousand tons of structural steel. Designed by the award-winning world wide known architecture firm Foster + Partners, New Terminal Building will make Kuwait International Airport one of the world’s leading airports, as well as being a symbolic entrance gate for the country.

The tender is also qualified as the biggest tender won by Turkish contractors abroad in a single package.

Chelyabinsk International Airport Domestic Flights Terminal, Russian Federation

Together with its partner Marashstroy, Limak has concluded the agreement for Chelyabinsk Airport Domestic Terminal on June 04, 2018.

Located in the cities where Shanghai Cooperation Organization and BRICS meetings will be held in May 2020, the project was established on an area of 75 thousand square meters and covers a construction area of 16,500 square meters. With the project, the annual passenger capacity of Chelyabinsk International Airport Domestic Terminal is expected to increase to 2 million 500 thousand passengers.

The project, built within the framework of the design-built model, is planned to be delivered in 2020.

When the terminal comes into service, the work of joining the domestic terminal which is currently used to the international terminal will start, and this renewal work is planned to be completed in May 2020.

Skopje Multiple-Use Superstructure Project, North Macedonia

Started in Skopje, the capital of North Macedonia; the Multiple-Use Project, with a gross area of 323 thousand square meters, is located in the city center between Ulica Aziz Kiril and Method and Ulica Yordan Miyalkov streets. Within the scope of the project, Macedonia Boulevard was arranged as an underpass while shopping malls, multi-storey car parks, hotel, office and residence blocks were designed on the passage.

The location of the project meets the main pedestrian axis passing through the historical city center. It is located on the axis that connects the historical city center with the city’s hospital center and police station.

The hotel project has come to an end and it is planned to start operating in the second quarter of 2020. Shopping malls and office parts are planned to be completed in the last quarter of 2021, the first two residential blocks are planned to be completed in the first quarter of 2022, and the last residential blocks are planned to be completed in the third quarter of 2022.

Limak Skopje Hotel,  North Macedonia


Limak Skopje Hotel, built within the scope of the Skopje multiple-use project, has 142 elegant rooms in total consisting of 121 standard and 21 suite rooms. The hotel will carry the hospitality perception of Limak to Skopje with its main restaurant, lobby and roof bar, conference, ball and meeting rooms, as well as fitness and spa services.

The facility, which will be located in the center of Skopje, is within walking distance of the city museum and shopping center, and only 24 kilometers away from the airport.

Limak Skopje Hotel is planned to be put into operation in the second quarter of 2020.

Al- Mutlaa Housing Project, Kuwait

The project consists of the construction and maintenance of public buildings and infrastructure works in the Kuwait Al-Mutlaa District N11 neighborhood center.

Within the scope of the project, there are 28 public buildings such as schools, mosques, supermarket, clinic, police station, social facilities ,transformer centers in a closed area of nearly 82 thousand square meters and infrastructure works in an area of approximately 146 thousand square meters.

The agreement of the projects was concluded at the end of July 2019 and the mobilization and construction works started in October 2019 and it is planned to be completed in April 2022.

Communicable Diseases  Hospital, Kuwait

The tender of the Communicable Diseases Hospital which was put into operation by the Kuwait Ministry of Health was won by the ordinary partnership where Limak has 40 percent of the shares and it includes the works of design, construction, completion, equipment supply, furnishing and operation maintenance.

The project covers the design, construction, equipment supply, furnishing, testing and commissioning and operational maintenance of the Infectious Diseases Hospital and its facilities, with a total construction area of 75 thousand square meters. 

The project also includes fixed and movable furniture, medical and laboratory equipment, soft furnishings, artwork and all supporting works.

All construction works, structural works, electromechanical and building exterior works and necessary temporary works are within the scope of the project.

The ongoing construction of the project is planned to be completed by the end of 2020.

Moglice Dam and HEPP  (Devoll Hydroelectric), Albania

Devoll Hydroelectric Project, built on the Devoll River in Albania, consists of Banja and Moglice Dams and Hydroelectric Power Plants.

Banja Dam and HEPP project was completed in 2016 and continues to generate energy.

The construction of Moglice Dam and Hydroelectric Power Plant which is the second among Devoll Hydroelectric Power Plants, started in November 2014.

Moglice Dam and HEPP has a rockfill embankment with asphalt-concrete core. Its height from the foundation will be 166.50 meters and its installed power will be 177+ 1.2 MW.

In the project, water retention started in June 2019 and energy generation is planned to start in April 2020.

Dnipro Subway Construction, Ukraine

With the project of which the agreement was concluded in July 2016; the construction of the metro line that is approximately 4 kilometers long as well as the design and construction of 3 stations will be realized. Within the scope of the project to be financed by the European Investment Bank (EIB) and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD);

• A total of 8 kilometers of double tube tunnels will be constructed, each 4 kilometers long.
• Connection to the existing metro line and stations will be made.
• Construction, electrical and mechanical installations of 3 station buildings will be carried out together with above-ground structures and descent tunnels. 
• The construction of rail and connectors as well as railway superstructure will be realized.
•Electrification, signalization and telecommunication systems will be supplied and installed.

The project is planned to be completed in 2023.

Ufa Eastern Exit Highway, Russian Federation

Limak, together with its partner Marashstroy, concluded the agreement of Ufa East Exit Highway Construction on July 27, 2017.

The project, where the build-operate-transfer model will be implemented, is executed under the Concession Agreement between the Republic of Bashkortostan and the Concessionaire Bashkir Concession Company (BCC) on behalf of the Russian Federation. Limak will take an active role in the operation of the highway together with VTB Capital, the Russian company and the concessionary BCC company.

There are tunnel, bridge, viaduct and causeway sections on the route of approximately 12.5 kilometers. The project is anticipated to reach a capacity of 22 thousand 700 vehicles per day.

The project, of which the design and mobilization stages are ongoing, is planned to be completed in September 2023.

Hassanabdal-Havelian Highway (E-35) Sarai Saleh-Simlaila Section, Pakistan

E-35 Hassanabdal - Havelian - Abbotabad - Mansehra Highway is part of the Pakistan National Trade Corridor. The E-35 project becomes necessary due to the high traffic volume and rough road conditions of the existing highway connecting the southern region of Pakistan to China, Afghanistan and other Central Asian countries.

The Hasanabdal-Havelian section of the E-35 Highway is divided into three packages and the 17-kilometer Sarai Saleh-Simlaila Section, which is the third package, is under the commitment of Limak-ZKB JV. 

Designed as a 6- lane (2 x 3) highway, the project is financed by the Asian Development Bank (ADB), and includes 8 bridges, 47 culverts, 4 overpasses and 7 underpasses. The physical progress of the package is around 97 percent as of December 2019.

The project is planned to be completed in March 2020.

State Highway (N-50) Zhob-Killi Khudae Nazar Section, Pakistan

The Zhob-MughalKot Section, with a total length of 81 kilometers, is part of the West route of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor. The improvement and development of the 49 kilometers long (N-50) Zhob-Killi Khudae Nazar Section of this road is under the commitment of Limak-ZKB JV. 

Designed as a 2 lane (2 x 1) state road, the project is financed by the Asian Development Bank (ADB). The physical progress of the package is around 97 percent as of December 2019.

The project is planned to be completed in March 2020.

China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, Pindi Gheb-Tarap Section, Pakistan

The West Route of 280-kilometer China-Pakistan Economic Corridor is divided into five packages, and the fourth package which is the 50-kilometer Pindi Ghep-Tarap section is under the commitment of Limak-ZKB JV.

Designed as a 4- lane (2 x 2) highway, the project is financed by the Pakistan Government, and includes 4 bridges, 73 culverts, 5 overpasses and 22 underpasses. The physical progress of the package is around 65 percent as of December 2019.

The project is planned to be completed in December 2020.

China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, Hakla-Pindi Gheb Section, Pakistan

The West Route of 280-kilometer China-Pakistan Economic Corridor is divided into five packages and the fifth package which is the 63-kilometer Hakla- Pindi Ghep section is under the commitment of Limak-ZKB JV.

Designed as a 4- lane (2 x 2) highway, the project is financed by the Pakistan Government, and includes 6 bridges, 76 culverts, 7 overpasses and 34 underpasses. The physical progress of the package is around 61 percent as of December 2019.

The project is planned to be completed in December 2020.

South Abdullah Mubarak Infrastructure Project, Kuwait

The project consists of the construction, completion and maintenance of infrastructure service networks, roads and centers of electric transformers for the South Abdullah Mubarak Region.

The project, of which the agreement was concluded in March 2018 and mobilization and construction works started in April 2018, is planned to be completed by the end of 2020.

Jubail-Riyad Water Transmission Line, Saudi Arabia

The project, of which the construction continues under the commitment of Limak Construction, is one of the 5 different packages within the scope of the Jubail-Riyadh Water Transmission line construction and consist of a total of 3 pumping stations; one in Jubail, the other two between Jubail and Riyadh. It also includes 14 steel water tanks; 7 of which are located in Jubail and another 7 are located in Riyadh each of which has a capacity of 170 thousand cubic meters and a total capacity of 2 million 380 thousand cubic meters.

The scope of the project includes construction works, supply and installation of all equipment for pump stations, tank farm, reservoir stations and connection stations and complete hydraulic design, control and communication system, electrical power systems, tests and commissioning of the system for all Jubail-Riyadh Water Transmission System, including the connection line.

The project, which started in September 2018, has achieved a 28.8 percent progress as of the end of 2019.

The project is planned to be completed at the end of 2021.

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