Our projects – AMEM


Mechanical installation works related to coke calcination unit (CU) and carbon black unit (CBU) the  owner of the plant was adnoc refining company and the plant became fully operational in Q2-2019.


Doha North Sewage Treatment Plant will have a peak capacity to treat wastewater of up to 439,000 cubic meters per day and will be the largest waste water treatment and reuse facility in Qatar (more than triple the capacity of the next largest) and one of the biggest in the Middle East.

The project site is located some 22km north west of the City of Doha and will serve a population of over 900,000 people. The treated water will be recycled for irrigation and other non potable needs. In addition it will receive and treat sludge from other sewage treatment works in Qatar to be treated and used as soil conditioner for planting purposes.

In early 2010 AMEM has been awarded the mechanical and electrical installation works, also receiving the approval of Ashgal, and forecasts and estimated peak of personnel of more than 1,000 people.

The works are currently on going.


Qatalum Project, one of the biggest aluminium plant ever carried out, born from the joint venture between Petroleum Qatar and Hydro. The plant will have a capacity in the first phase of 585,000 tonnes of primary aluminium all to be shipped as value added aluminium casthouse products. The core of the plant are the 704 cells, potline, in whom the electrolytic reduction has place. The cells are subdivided into two main building, pot-rooms, of about 1,150 m of length. Utilities functions associated to the plant are the four Fume Treatment Plants, power plant with an installed capacity of 1350 MW and the Alumina Distribution System. Amem has been awarded the mechanical erection of the Filter number four, of the Fume Treatment Plants including the Wet Scrubber and the piping and accessories across the two pot-rooms.


The Domestic Solid Waste Management Centre (DSWMC) in Doha South, Qatar is the first integrated solid waste treatment facility in the Middle East

Designed to treat an initial capacity of more than 1,550 tons of waste a day, the DSWMC will comprise waste sorting and recycling facilities, landfill, composting plant and a 1,000 tons per day Waste-to-Energy (WTE) incineration plant. The WTE plant utilising Keppel Seghers’ water-cooled grate technology is the heart of the integrated waste treatment facility.

The plant, being built for the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Agriculture by the Public Works Authority would produce 40 mega watt of electricity. Electricity will be more than sufficient to run the plant’s various machineries and meet the demand of the complex, housing its over 400 employees and their families. The surplus would be fed to the national grid.

AMEM is currently carrying out the full mechanical erection of the plant (including three heaters, danodrums and other equipments, steel structures, piping etc) and the electrical and instrumentation supply and installation.


Mesaieed Independent Power Plant (IPP) in Mesaieed, Qatar, will be the largest combined cycle plant of the Middle East.

Iberdrola Ingenieria Y Construction (IBERINCO) has been awarded the contract by Mesaieed Power Company (QEWC-Qatar Petroleum-Marubeni).

The power station will have an installed generating capacity of 2,000 Mw . The turnkey facility is currently under development and will be configured with 6 gas and 3 steam turbines.

AMEM has carried out the mechanical works for the main steel structures erection (approximately 10,000 tons) plus the installation of various equipment such as overhead cranes.


Project started in mid 2005 and the scope of work was the erection of three Heat Recovery Steam Generators (HRSG) for Ansaldo Caldaie S.p.A. main contractor of Siemens AG/Q-Power. The site was the one of Ras Laffan with RLIC.
The project has been carried out with the help of more than 350 Thai staff and workers in addition to 150 local workers.

Works included massive utilizatio of heavy lift equipment, the supply and installation of insulation, prefabrication of packages of piping and steel structures and was successfully completed with fullest Client safisfaction end of 2006.

This contract gave a new impulse to the commercial strategies of the company in this geographical area:

  • Establish a commercial and logistic presence in Qatar.
  • Being able to catch business opportunities in the Gulf Area.
  • Build a starting base to follow the production and the prefabrication for future projects.


Abu Dhabi Gas Industries Ltd (GASCO), a subsidiary of the state-owned hydrocarbons giant, Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) had contracted the Integrated Gas Development Project (IGD) commonly known as Habshan 5 to JV made of Tecnimont (Italy) and JGC (Japan) for USD 4.7 billion.

Habshan 5 is a project that aims to increase UAE offshore gas production in the United Arab Emirates. The offshore gas, after initial treatment in the new Das Island facilities, will be sent through a dedicated 30-inch pipeline to the Habshan site in the southwestern part of the Emirate, where it will be further processed before being sent to the gas sales network.

Recovered NGL will be sent to the Ruwais site for further fractionation and export. Work started in July 2009 and should be finished by October 2013. On completion, the IGD project will help meet the rapidly increasing demand for gas resources in the United Arab Emirates.

AMEM IND. CONST. LLC has been awarded of the Piping Works for the complete Sulphur Recovery Unit – Phase II and we have mobilized at site on July 2011.

Some volume of work highlights: – Large Bore Piping ID 160,000 – Small Bore Piping ID 90,000 – Piping Support MT 700

The total peak of manpower (expected in October 2012) will be 850 direct workforce and the completion of the works (including HT) will be on February 2013.


AMEM has been heavily involved in different phases of expansion of the Ras Abu Fontas Power and Desalination Plant.

In 2006 Qatar General Electricity and Water Corporation initiated the construction of RAF-B2 as an expansion of the existing power and desalination plants RAF-B and B1 to provide Kahramaa an additional 567 MW of power and 30 million g/d of desalinated water for 25 years.

AMEM carried out the mechanical erection of two HRSG for Nooter Eriksen and Fisia Italimpianti, including all the electrical and instrumentation works.

In 2008 the Qatar Electricity and Water Company consolidated his plans to additionally expand the plant with the RAF A1 phase. The expansion calls for an additional 45 million g/d of desalinated water to bring the total capacity of the complex, once completed to 75 million g/d.

AMEM is currently completing all the mechanical and electrical activities for the erection of three additional HSRG and was awarded the full mechanical erection package for the balance of plant directly from Fisia Italimpianti.

A wide range of activities is directly carried out by AMEM including: erection of steel structures and pipe racks, installation of machinery and pumps, piping activities (including GRP works and special material welding).

The full volume of AMEM’s works will approximately reach two millions of working man hours.

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