Paola Primary Health Care Southern Regional Hub
ADO SA in a Joint Venture with SALFO AND ASSOCIATES SA have been awarded the Project Management and Technical Supervisory Services for the Paola Primary Health Care Southern Regional Hub Project in Malta.
The daily care health center, that will be constructed, is a nine level building (one level is underground) of total floor area 11.000 m2. Six of these levels will be fully serviced and fully finished medical floors (including operation rooms for surgeries). The other three levels will include plant rooms, water reservoirs and other auxiliary chambers.
The estimated total project cost is approximately € 36.500.000.
The provided services of the Joint Venture include the Project Management, the Technical Supervision and the Contract Management of 12 work packages, including the major one of Design and Build, of the Paola Primary Health Center. For the Design and Build work package, the services provided, are design checking, supervision of the execution of all the works, financial control, planning coordination and supervision of the implementation of the project activities, including their respective phases and milestones and liaising with all the stakeholders and other entities affected by the project.
Other packages include Medical Equipment and Medical Furniture, Electronic Equipment, Furniture, Soft Landscaping and IT packages. The services provided include the ordering, monitoring of deliveries, testing and commissioning and handover of all medical equipment, furniture, storage and logistics equipment, domestic appliances, IT equipment and all other fittings.
The project has kicked off at the end of 2018 and it is developing.
Organic Waste Processing Plant
The Greek Joint Venture ADO SA with SALFO and Associates SA, in collaboration with Enviroplan SA, has been the nominated Contractor for the Engineering, Procurement and Construction Management (EPCM) Consultancy Services for the construction of an organic processing plant in Malta
It is a high priority project for the Government of Malta, as it is a critical infrastructure project for achieving the objectives of the Malta National Waste Management Plan, in terms of reducing landfill waste, because of the need to achieve the relevant European objectives on one hand and the limited area of the island, which is not suitable for the development of additional landfills, on the other.
The scope of the contract of the Greek consortium is the provision of consulting services for the design of the project that will replace the existing organic waste treatment unit at Sant ’Antnin, but also for the management of its construction, with a planned duration of the design and construction period of about 5 years.
The services include the initial design of the new urban solid waste treatment plant, including the evaluation of alternative scenarios, feasibility study and cost-benefit analysis, all research and studies for the issuance of environmental assessment, building permits and pre-emptive inspections, the preparation of the tender documents for the evaluation and the selection of contractors that will execute the project and finally the management of the design and build project and the supervision during the defects liability period.