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ALUCOR Collaboration with DOOSAN for Landmark Desalination Project in Saudi Arabia

ALUCOR is proud to announce its recent engagement with DOOSAN for mechanical, electrical, and instrumentation installation works for Shuaibah 3 IWP – one of Saudi Arabia’s landmark Seawater Reverse Osmosis (SWRO) Desalination Projects. This SWRO Desalination Plant, with an impressive daily capacity of 600,000 cubic meters, is set to become one of the largest desalination facilities in the Kingdom.   The project is located in the region of Shuaibah in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and is being developed by an ACWA Power led consortium which includes 68% stake of ACWA power and 32% stake of WEHC (PIF).

The project involves the transformation and replacement of the existing Independent Water and Power Plant (IWPP), transitioning from an energy-intensive power generation and thermal desalination facility to a state-of-the-art SWRO desalination plant, supported by solar power. This conversion is poised to yield a substantial positive environmental impact, with an estimated annual reduction of nearly 45 million tons of carbon dioxide emissions and conservation of 22 million barrels of light crude oil.

ALUCOR’s seasoned project management and construction teams will be dedicated to the successful execution of this project, spanning approximately 18 months, with an unwavering commitment to safety and quality. ALUCOR will deploy innovative construction methodologies and rely on its suite of proprietary construction management software to meet the project’s objectives and effectively manage cost and schedule risks.  This project represents one of several desalination plants that ALUCOR has played an integral role in bringing to fruition over the past decade in both KSA and UAE.  As a renowned EPC contractor in the Middle East for over three decades, ALUCOR specializes in providing modular construction solutions for industrial plants in the power & water, oil & gas, and metals & mining market segments by leveraging its state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities located in the UAE.

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