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U.S. Department of Defense — AICI has been a longtime partner of the US Department of Defense in the Middle East construction market. We seek to add value to all of the US Department of Defense's agencies by leveraging our significant regional experience as well as the deep resources of our parent company Archirodon, NV. AICI has won numerous US Department of Defense construction contracts.

U.S. Department of State — In the post-9/11 environment, the US Government has indicated a strong commitment to improving and upgrading the security of its embassies and overseas facilities. The Department of State's Overseas Buildings Operations is the key contracting entity charged with executing this mission. AICI has successfully completed a project on the US Embassy grounds in Jordan and AICI will continue to participate in this critical building program to ensure the safety of US Government personnel serving our nation overseas. For more information on these projects, please visit aici-sp.com.

USAID — The US Agency for International Development is one of AICI's key clients. In partnership with the host nation, we utilize our unique experience and resources to achieve the development goals of USAID. AICI has successfully completed USAID projects in the past and one of its subsidiary companies is currently working a project in Alexandria, Egypt valued at nearly $60M. More information on this project can be found at aic-llc.com.

Naval Facilities Engineering Command — NAVFAC manages the planning, design, and construction and provides public works support for U.S. Naval shore installations around the world.

Abu Qir Harbor, Egypt — Design/Build Marine Railway System

The Abu Qir Harbor project was valued at $11.5M. The client was the US Army Corps of Engineers.

The installation of the cofferdam was a very time-sensitive and complex undertaking. After it was successfully completed, this cofferdam allowed the AICI construction team to lay down the subsurface equipment for the marine railway.

The shore infrastructure aspect of this project included the construction of building and structures to house the railway machinery, electrical equipment, and towing cables.

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Bucharest, Romania — Design/Build New Embassy Complex

The Bucharest, Romania project was valued at $136.4M. The client was the US State Department.

The project included the design and construction of 9 buildings on a 4.25 hectare site including: a 3 story New Office Building (NOB) and perimeter wall; 3 Compound Access Control Buildings (CACs); Marine Security Guard Quarters (MSGQ); Utility Building; GSO Support Annex/Warehouse; Recreational facility; and Parking Garage (Total Building Area: 17,590 GSM).

  • US Embassy, Romania

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Valletta, Malta — Design/Build New Embassy Complex

The Valletta, Malta project was valued at $87.5M. The client was the US State Department.

The project included the design and construction of 8 buildings on a 4.05 hectare site including: a 3 story New Embassy Office Building (NOB) and perimeter wall; 3 Compound Access Control Buildings (CACs); Marine Security Guard Quarters (MSGQ); Utility Building; Warehouse; and Recreational Facility (total building area 9,639 gsm).

  • US Embassy, Malta

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Riga, Latvia — Design/Build New Embassy Complex

The Riga, Latvia project was valued at $95.1M. The client was the US State Department.

The project is located on a 10 acre site, bounded by groves of indigenous birch trees and residential streets, and included the design and construction of: a 3 story New Embassy Office Building (NOB) and perimeter wall; 3 Compound Access Control Buildings (CACs); Marine Security Guard Quarters (MSGQ); Utility Building; and GSO Support Annex (total Building Area 11,415 gsm).

  • US Embassy, Latvia

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US Mission, Jordan — Design/Build New Embassy Complex

The US Mission, Jordan project was valued at $38.7M. The client was the US State Department.

The United States Mission is located on fourteen acres of land in the Abdoun area of Amman, Jordan. The site is surrounded by concrete and stone security walls. Major buildings include Chancery (3 floors), Chancery Annex (3 floors), Ambassador's residence (2 floors), Marine Guard Quarters (2 floors), American Club (2 floors), Service Annex, and Guard House. The project also included on-site roadways, electrical and water distribution, storm water and sanitary collection, 2 gate houses, landscaping, an irrigation system, swimming pool and tennis court, and basketball court.

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Kuwait — Airfield Infrastructure Renovation

The project was valued at $27.1M. The client was the US Army Corps of Engineers and the US Air Force.

The project consisted of the design and construction of Airfield Lighting Repairs at Al Jaber and Al Salem Air Bases in Kuwait including all civil, structural, mechanical, and electrical components. Existing electrical, controls, and civil utility systems were modified and supplemented.

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Millenium Village, Qatar — Design/Build Facilities and Infrastructure to Support Military Personnel

The project was valued at $99.8M. The client was the US Army Corps of Engineers and the US Air Force.

The project consisted of the design and construction of housing, dining, and quality of life facilities (fitess center, medical facility, fire station, community mall, dog kennel, and site security-related facilities and systems in the Millennium Village area at Al Udeid Air Base. The project required coordination with other on-site contractors responsible for infrastructure and site works.

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Egypt — Operations and Maintenance

The project was valued at $4.0M. The client was the US Army Corps of Engineers and the Egyptian Air Force.

Construction of a two-story Reinforced Concrete building complete with all facilities and associated site works. Construction of RC earth-covered magazines including associated site works. Construction of other structures such as burn pits, Demolition pits, elevated observation bunker and sunshades. Performed facility maintenance and trained the Egyptian Air Force personnel to conduct operations and maintenance of facilities.

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King Abdullah II Special Operations Training Facility, Jordan — Construct Soldier Training Facilities

The project was valued at $75.8M. The client was the US Army Corps of Engineers.

The project scope included the construction of a Special Operations Training Center involving Mobilization and Demobilization, Site Grading, Site Electrical Distribution, Site Sanitary Collection System, Site Water Distribution, Base Wide Commo System, Site Roads, Construction of Areas A-F (includes several multi-story buildings), Utilities Connection and Equipment Installation Support.

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Contingency Troop Barracks, Kuwait — Design/Build Barracks

The project was valued at $32.9M. The client was the US Army Corps of Engineers.

Designed and built barracks for troop accomodations to support contingency operations at active military bases. The quality of work and safety practices were given high marks by the US Army Corps of Engineers.

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Misc Projects for Coalition Forces Land Component Command (CFLCC), Kuwait — Design/Build Facilities

The project was valued at $24.2M. The client was the US Army Corps of Engineers.

The project consisted of the design and construction of a Wash Rack, Dental Clinic, Perimeter Fence, Water Distribution System, Treatment Plant, and Range Control Building.

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Kuwait — Asphalt Roads

The project was valued at $7.7M. The client was the US Army Corps of Engineers.

The project consisted of the design and construction of an asphalt road from existing ASR Dallas Road to the ECP at Camp Virginia, and from existing ASR Aspen Road to Camp Buehring, including three concrete tank turning pads.

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Qatar — Airfield Infrastructure

The project was valued at $56.8M. The client was the US Army Corps of Engineers and the US Air Force.

This project consisted of the design and construction of a close air support (CAS) parking apron for six aircraft including, but not limited to, paving, taxiway, shoulders, pavement markings, airfield lighting, and power. The project also included the design and construction of a hydrant fueling system for a total of six aircraft positions, as well as a prime power generation plant.

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