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Project Scope / Highlights

ADC was awarded this EPC contract to design & build the 48,000 TR District Cooling Plant. This DCP1A will serve the Islands and adjacent areas within Dubai Creek Harbour through Six sets of chiller modules with total capacity of 38,400 TR and two TES tanks of 9,600 TR. The state of the art plantroom was covered with a façade that matches the Dubai Creek Harbour theme.

Project

Dubai Creek Harbour District Cooling Plant (DCP1A)

Location

Dubai Creek Harbour, Dubai, UAE

Duration

October 2016 – May 2018

Employer’s Consultant

Allied Consultants

Contract Type

EPC Turnkey

Plant Capacity

48,000 TR

Development / Client

Emaar

Emaar Properties is one of the world’s most valuable and admired real estate development companies. With proven competencies in properties, shopping malls & retail and hospitality & leisure, Emaar shapes new lifestyles with a focus on design excellence, build quality and timely delivery.

Several mega-developments that define the city of the future are being developed by Emaar in its core markets including Dubai. Through strategic partnerships, Emaar has expanded its land bank in Dubai to build cities of the future.

Emaar District Cooling EDC is Emaar’s arm that take care of the district cooling provision to all Emaar projects. EDC runs through building, owning and operating district cooling schemes, and provides cooling services to all off-takers within Emaar developments.

Dubai Creek Harbour

Dubai Creek Harbour is a city of the future, a unique hub which respects the culture and climate of Dubai. Dubai Creek Harbour project sits abreast of Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary, which has sheltered around 450 animal species within its 620 hectares for a quarter-century. The area encompasses commercial districts linked by leisure developments that expand into further residential neighbourhoods and parks that will ensure Dubai competes with the world. Dubai Creek Harbour, will expand the city’s heart, enabling sustainable growth and reconnecting it to its roots

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