Rehabilitation and Extension of the Port of Beirut Includes:

Land Infrastructure:

  • 700,000m² of roads and paved areas
  • 23 km of Surface Water Drainage lines
  • 14 km of Sewer Drainage lines including 4 lift stations
  • 20 km of Water Supply lines including 150 fire fighting hydrants and two 2,500 m³ reservoirs as well as a surpressor system
  • All electrical distribution lines in 3 loops including 20 transformers
  • All lighting networks including 100 masts and 400 lighting posts
  • 13 km of telephone and data networks

Land Superstructure:

  • 11,500m² of new Administrative Buildings (Conventional Construction)
  • 30,000m² of new Industrial Buildings (in Structural Steelwork)

Construction of a fully independent 16.5MW Electrical Power Station (extensible to 27MW).:

Preparation of Feasibility Study followed by all Designs and Tender Documents for a 16.5 MW Power Station (extensible to 27 MW) including Feasibility Study and Cost Benefit Analysis

Services Undertaken include:

Preparation of Master Plan, Detailed Designs (Architectural, Civil, Structural, Electromechanical) and Tender Documents for the Rehabilitation and Extension of the Port of Beirut which includes Land Infrastructure, Land Superstructure, Electrical and Lighting Systems, Water Distribution and Fire Fighting Networks as well as the Design of the Container Terminal behind Quay 14, the Feasibility of deepening Basin No. 4 to carry Container Terminal Cranes in both scenarios, with or without deepening.