• Press Release
  • March 17, 2020
  • Doha, Qatar

Arcadis appointed by QTerminals to provide a full range of project management consultancy services at Hamad Port

Doha, Qatar - 17 March 2020: Arcadis has been appointed by QTerminals to provide a full range of project management consultancy services Container Terminal 2 (CT2) Development Phases 1 & 2 at Hamad Port to expand the infrastructure and increase operations whilst supporting the growth plans of Qatar’s maritime sector.

Project work on the 403,500 square metre CT2 commenced in December 2019 and delivery of Phase 1 is scheduled for June 2020 and Phase 2 in December 2020. CT2, with a quay length of 1,200m and a 17m draft alongside, will boast an annual capacity of approx. 2mn TEUs (twenty-foot equivalent units) when fully built.

The scope of work includes the construction, installation, testing and commissioning, maintenance and operation of various facilities. These facilities include utility as well as non-utility buildings, such as a substation, generator house, amenity buildings, operations building and pumping facilities as well as an equipment workshop, container pits, RTG washing facilities, land fuel station and reefer stack gantries. 

Arcadis Account Lead, Fintan Kenny, said: “The Container Terminal 2 development is the first of its kind in the country utilizing environmentally friendly technologies to facilitate sustainable development. Our strong maritime background together with our multidisciplinary technical knowledge led to this significant win for the regional business. The development of this project will significantly contribute to the overall quality and productivity of Hamad Port, and will lead to higher seaborne trade and economic growth for Qatar.”

 QTerminals CEO, Neville Bissett, said: “Within a short period of time, we have seen significant growth, so we need to release further infrastructure to handle the growing number of vessels coming to the port. Therefore, CT2 has become a critical expansion of Hamad Port,”

Hamad Port will contribute to the growth of industry and manufacturing in Qatar, whilst facilitating new trading opportunities. Qatar is working to establish sustainable connections with new ports in India, Pakistan, East Africa, the Far East and the northern Gulf.

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