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Drake & Scull wins first Sudan contract

MEP contractor Drake & Scull has been awarded a US $21 million contract to provide MEP services for the Wahat Al Khartoum Towers project in Khartoum, Sudan.

MEP contractor Drake & Scull has been awarded a US $21 million contract to provide MEP services for the Wahat Al Khartoum Towers project in Khartoum, Sudan.

The project, which is made up of four office towers, a shopping centre with underground parking, is the company's first in Sudan.

Wahat Al Khartoum Urban Development Company is the client.

Designed by architects Dar Consult, the project's main contractor is Turkish Emirates for Construction Company (TEC).

Drake & Scull will be involved in the design detailing, supply, installation, testing and commissioning of the chillers yard, air handling units, pumping plant, drainage, hot and cold water system, fire fighting system, electrical distribution, 11 kV switchgear and transformers, fire detection system, lighting systems, and low current systems for the complete project.

Work is expected to be completed in November 2008.

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Ali 9 years ago

today is 14-sept. 2011 DSI still working in the project no hanover till date