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Project Scope / Highlights

Complete Design of 40,000 TR District Cooling Plant including 5,000 TR Thermal Storage Tank) in the prestigious one of the most prominent business district of Doha, in the state of Qatar. West Bay includes many modern and tallest skyscrapers, infrastructure and a planned new metro.

The current construction scope includes the complete Civil, Architectural and Building Services for the full plant, 5,000 TR Thermal Storage Tank, MV and LV Switchgear and distribution, and chillers in the first phase for 10,000 TR (4x2500TR Chillers, including pumps, cooling towers and piping) in addition to all utility connections.


West Bay District Cooling Plant – 3


West Bay, Doha – Qatar



Plant Capacity

35,000TR + 5,000TR TES Tank

Development / Client

The West Bay District Cooling Plant is a significant infrastructure project designed to provide efficient and environmentally friendly cooling solutions for the West Bay area, an important commercial and residential district in a city. Unlike traditional cooling methods that rely on individual air conditioning units, district cooling plants centralize the cooling process and distribute chilled water through a network of pipes to various buildings, thereby reducing energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions.

The West Bay District Cooling Plant is known for its state-of-the-art technology and sustainable practices. It utilizes modern and energy-efficient equipment to produce and distribute chilled water effectively. By consolidating the cooling process, the plant not only optimizes energy usage but also reduces the overall carbon footprint of the district, contributing to the city’s sustainability goals.

This project highlights the growing emphasis on eco-friendly infrastructure and sustainable urban development, showcasing how innovative solutions can enhance the quality of life for residents and businesses while minimizing the environmental impact. The West Bay District Cooling Plant serves as a model for similar initiatives in other urban centers aiming to improve energy efficiency and reduce environmental harm.

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