The 1,920-unit Housing Project in Iraq - being executed as an Investment & EPC contract in
a township - is the first phase of 6,000-unit Housing Project in Baghdad.
The project includes construction of two or three bedroom apartments in
5-story blocks via the industrialized mass-housing construction method called
“Cast-in-Situ Monolithic Reinforced Concrete Construction System”.
The project also encompasses construction of facilities such as network of
water and gas piping, surface water and sewerage collection, landscaping,
streets and access roads within the townships, open parking lots and green
spaces as well as auxiliary buildings (schools, clinics, libraries and etc).
Scope of Work
The project’s scope of work involves Investment & design, procurement and construction of
- Residential Buildings: There are 1,920 units in a
township of 5-story apartment blocks, 62.5% of which conclude three and
37.5% have two bedrooms. The buildings are designed according to Iraq’s
climatic conditions and are constructed using “Cast-in-Situ Monolithic
Reinforced Concrete Construction System”.
- Auxiliary Buildings: For improving public welfare of
township resident, about 31,000 square meters of land is allocated to
construction of all needed auxiliary buildings, such as schools with
different grade configurations, kindergarten and nursery school, mosques,
local shops, post offices, police stations, fire stations and etc.
- Infrastructures and landscaping: The entire networks of
gas piping, water, sewerage collection, the network for collecting surface
water from the surroundings of township, telephone wiring, electrical
cabling, lighting of surroundings, as well as landscaping, streets, parking
lots and green spaces are the facilities constructed for this project.
- Gross floor area of residential buildings: 319,703 m²
- Gross floor area of auxiliary buildings: 31,000 m²
- Sewerage collection network: 6,500 m
- Water distribution network: 12,000 m
- Gas piping network: 14,000 m