ACES News

ACES News

11 Sep 2018
ACES Muscat has started the geotechnical investigation for the Sohar Port – Southern Development Package1 in Oman. The package comprises of soil improvement at the top surface of the reclamation area, installation of revetment along the reclamation area and installation of scour protection along the outfall.
31 Jul 2018
Mecca Municipality has recently adopted Superpave specifications for the maintenance and construction works for Mecca Roads. To explain to Mecca Municipality engineers, contractors and consultants the advantages of Superpave mix design and binder performance specifications and present ACES capabilities in performing Superpave testing and mix designs, ACES Jeddah, with the help of Large Size Projects Administration at Mecca Municipality, organized a presentation at Mecca Municipality entitled “Implementation of Superpave Binder and Mix Design Specifications for Mecca Roads”. The presentation was made by the Manager of the Regional Center for Pavement Studies and Evaluation, DR. Ibrahim Asi, and was attended by quite a number of municipality engineers and road construction contractors and consultants.
18 Jul 2018
ACES Abu Dhabi offers its clients a diversified menu of sampling, monitoring and testing capabilities to meet their most demanding requirements in the fields of environmental sampling and monitoring, as well as, in testing of food and other consumer and industrial products.
28 Jun 2018
ACES Senior Employees Third Conference (ACES 2.0 – The Next Horizon) was held at the InterContinental Aqaba Resort and Wadi Rum from 10-12 May 2018. The conference participants included department, technical and operation managers from all ACES branches as well as the Corporate Headquarters (CH) officers, deputy CEOs, and Directors. The conference provided an invaluable opportunity for meeting, exchanging information, enhancing collaboration between branches, group bonding, entrenching ACES culture, and discussing technical, administrative, operational issues.
7 Jun 2018
ACES Jordan has been recently awarded the site investigation for Aqaba Coastal Railway corridor which is part of Phase I of the main Jordan National Railway project that will connect the main industrial cities and logistical centers throughout Jordan, while also linking the Kingdom with neighboring countries and linking GCC with Europe (part of the Red Sea-Black Sea “Landbridge” transport corridor). The awarded/under investigation corridor is about 28km starting from Wadi Al Youtom and is parallel to the coastal road ending at the new Southern port. The scope of work consists of drilling a total of 117 boreholes to depths ranging from 20m to 40m below the existing ground surface, excavating 25 test pits up to 5m depth, installing piezometers and conducting extensive in-situ and laboratory testing. The consultant is Dar Al-Handasah.