The Refai International’s principals and professionals have led the construction of more than 50 road projects totaling over 350 kilometers and including regional highways as well as municipal and local roads.
Project work includes leadership of the high-profile Bethlehem 2000 Reconstruction Program, the $300 million West Bank Roads Rehabilitation Program, a network of roads and highways connecting various districts of the West Bank, and also the 11-mile access road to Denver International Airport.
Additional work includes the development of design profiles, geometry, quantity take-offs and cost estimates for the Interstate 70 and Interstate 25 Intersection Project for the Colorado Department of Highways.2
The Refai International’sprincipals and professionals have led the planning, design and supervision of 25 clinics throughout the West Bank. Expansion of 4 main government public hospitals while maintain full service capacity.3
Water and Wastewater Facilities
The Refai International team members have managed studies, design, and construction of numerous water and wastewater facilities. The work completed includes the following projects:
Siting and preliminary design for a large wastewater treatment plant in the West Bank. Negotiated effluent criteria with permitting authorities, selected plant site from among numerous alternative locations, negotiated land acquisition with local landowners and municipal authorities, and obtained construction permits. Prepared preliminary design for the plant, including facilities and systems for tertiary wastewater treatment and reuse of wastewater effluent for agricultural irrigation.
The Refai International’s principals and professionals provided project management, schedule development, contract negotiation, claims analysis, dispute strategy and alternate dispute resolution services on behalf of a wide variety building construction projects including:
The Refai International’s principals and professionals led the construction of the Amiri Flight Airport project in the U.A.E. and managed/negotiated the construction claims for elements of the Kuala Lumpur International Airport.
They also developed, implemented and maintained the integrated facility schedule for the construction of the prestigious Denver International Airport (DIA) including three concourses, automated ground transport system, aircraft parts distribution facility, HVAC systems, passenger loading bridges and the 11-mile airport access road.
Additional work includes the development of design profiles, geometry, quantity take-offs and cost estimates for projects including the East Airfield Development Program of the Orlando International Airport, the Airport Layout Plan (Update and Design) for Philadelphia International Airport, the Taxiway Construction and Airfield Modification Project for Houston Hobby Airport.