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  • 1. TURNKEY SERVICES FOR HIGH SPEED RAILWAY. FROM VISION TO REALITY. HHR PHASE 2 KUWAIT METRO AND RAIL CONFERENCE AND EXHIBITION Kuwait, 17th April 2012 Presenter: Ms. Susana Gozalo Jáñez, MSc Civil Engineering, CEng, MICE, MCIHT Director of the Transport Strategies Department of CONSULTRANS
  • 2. INTRODUCTION AND CONTENT OF THE PRESENTATION• Turnkey Services High Speed Railway Services• The Haramain High Speed Railway Phase 2• Next Steps
  • 3. WHY TURNKEY CONTRACTS FOR HIGH SPEED RAILWAY?• Multi-disciplinary: cannot be provided by a sole company• Complex activities, latest state of the art technologies• Risk with Contractor as owner of the technology• Definition of scope based on performance indicators• Payments subject to finalisation of key milestones (track laying, delivery of trainsets…)• Client gets infrastructure, track and systems and operation and maintenance service for a fixed price
  • 4. The ProjectThe Railway will:• double track between Makkah and Madinah;• speeds up to 320km/h;• standard gauge line (1435mm);• electrified line with overhead catenaries of 25kV;• journey time, between Makkah and Madinah, of less than 2 hours 30 minutes, with a commercial operating speed of 300km/h and 3 stops (Jeddah, KAIA, KAEC).• It will transport 166.000 passengers per day at peak times during Pilgrimage to the two Holy Sites.
  • 5. The Procurement Process• Phase 1 Package 1 – Route Civil Works (Design & Build)  Concept design completed by Dar Al Handasah  Contract awarded to Al Rajhi Alliance on 5th February 2009  Construction is progressing• Phase 1 Package 2 – Stations  Design – Awarded to Foster & Partners / Buro Happold / Dar Al Riyadh in March 2009.  Four stations – Makkah Central, Jeddah Central, KAEC & Madinah Central.  Build – Contract for the Four stations were awarded to  Saudi Binladin Group with Turkey’s Yapi Merkezi: Makkah and Madinah stations for SR3.2 bn and SR1.6 bn.  Saudi Oger will build the stations at Jeddah at a cost of SR2.9bn and a station at King Abdullah Economic City in Rabigh for SR1.7bn.
  • 6. The Services• Phase 2 – construction of track and systems, procurement and maintenance the Rolling Stock and operation and maintenance of the entire railway. Initial period 12 years  Procurement of Rolling Stock  Design & Build (FIDIC)  Ballasted Track  ERTMS Level 2 Signaling system  25 Kv – 60 Hz caternary system  Telecoms  Operation Control center  Depots and Workshops• Operations and Maintenance Contract for a 12 year period with payments based on:  Performance Regime  Fares Policy  Revenue collection
  • 7. AlShoula Saudi Spanish Consortium
  • 8. The Commitment• Creation and implementation of the high speed railway industry• transferring the knowledge and experience to Saudi Companies• key construction and local expertise and “know-how” of AlShoula and Al Rosan and• the key players in the delivery of a successful high speed railway model in Spain. 20 years
  • 9. Mobilisation Suppliers Saudization Construction Sites Rail SRO Sub- Training contractors Center Jeddah Engineering Office In Madrid
  • 10. Interface Management HHR Project’s The Government SRO’s representative • External Interfaces: / Consultant(s)  Phase 1 Package 1: Internal Interfaces Phase 1 Phase 1 Infrastructure Package 2 Package 1 Contract’s Contract’s Internal Interfaces  Phase 1 Package 2: Stations Internal Interfaces  Municipalities Project’s External Phases project’s External  Ministries Interfaces Interfaces Interfaces  Utility Companies • Internal Interfaces: Phase 2 Contract’s  Head Office in Jeddah Internal Interfaces  Head Office in Madrid  Subcontractors Interfaces Project’s External  Workbases • INTERFACE MANAGEMENT PLAN
  • 11. Saudization• Commitment of the Saudi – Spanish AlShoula Consortium:  To abide to Nitaqat Law  70-75% of saudization target for year 12 of Operation and Maintenance  Through Recruitment and Retention and Training Policies  Subcontractors will have to abide to Nitaqat Law and targets for Saudization  To be started as of Contract Signature  Railway School and agreements with local Universities  The aim is to make the railway profession an attractive one to young people
  • 12. Challenges
  • 13. TURNKEY SERVICES FOR HIGH SPEED RAILWAY. FROM VISION TO REALITY. HHR PHASE 2 THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR ATTENTION Presenter: Ms. Susana Gozalo Jáñez, MSc Civil Engineering, CEng, MICE, MCIHT Director of the Transport Strategies Department of CONSULTRANS susana.gozalo@consultrans.es; +34915754616; www.consultrans.es