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ILF Wins Technical Advisory Contract for Saudi Arabia’s Utilities Project

Austria’s ILF Consulting Engineers has been awarded the technical advisory contract for the planned major utilities project at the Amaala mega-tourism project in Saudi Arabia, which will be developed as a public-private partnership (PPP) utilities project.


The PPP package will involve the development of fully integrated utilities infrastructure for the Amaala project, similar to the packages that have been previously tendered for the Red Sea tourism and Qiddiya city mega developments.


As with the Red Sea Tourism and NEOM schemes, Amaala is being developed by state sovereign wealth vehicle the Public Investment Fund (PIF).


The Amaala project, which is being designed as luxury tourism development focusing on “recuperation, wellness and recreation”, will be developed alongside the Red Sea Tourism and NEOM projects along the Red Sea Coast of Saudi Arabia.


The scope of the Amaala utilities package will include:

• Development of renewable energy capacity of 112MW-142MW

• Development of a reverse osmosis (RO) desalination plant to meet an expected demand of 143,000 cubic metres a day (cm/d). The first phase will involve the development of 50,000 cm/d to 69,400 cm/d

• Sewage treatment plant (STP) – to treat up to 15,600 cm/d of sewage water, with the first phase planned to meet demand of 8,200 cm/d

• Waste management – to meet total demand of 96 tonnes a day, with first phase due to cover 55 tonnes a day

• District cooling: Develop district cooling capacity to meet a total demand of 72,500 refrigerated tonnes (TR), with the first phase to meet demand of 40,000 TR



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