Omar Bin Abdul-Aziz Bridge on Warrar River in Ramadi
Client: CAPE Environmental
POC: James Stewart tel: +1732 610 9692
Description: Surveying, engineering and construction of a 220m concrete bridge on the Warrar River in the center of Ramadi, 80 kilometers west of Baghdad. The bridge contains 9 concrete prestressed girders measuring 24 meters each. The University of Baghdad and the University of Ramadi performed quality control functions while The National State laboratory was responsible for all field and laboratory tests.
Staff Details: A site office with highly experienced engineers and technicians managed site activities. Outside Iraq, our offices supported the project by purchasing equipment, and the Baghdad HQ supported administrative and correspondence functions. The site staff was mainly from the local area to encourage employment in the conflict affected area. A total of 18 engineers, 45 technicians and 10 administrative personnel covered project activities.
Starting Date: November 2005
Completion date: December 2006