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Kuwait
Stanley Consultants, Inc.
Kuwait International Airport
P.O. Box 3789
Safat 13038
Kuwait City, Kuwait
Phone: 011.965.9.434.4506 

Saudi Arabia
Stanley Consultants, Inc.
c/o Lavalin
KAFD Project Site Office
Area 6, Gate #44
Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Phone: 011.966.1.812.2510 Ext. 139
Fax: 011.966.1.214.2623 

United Arab Emirates
Stanley Consultants, Inc.
P.O. Box 36255
Unit 104
Building C51 (Silver Wave Tower) Mina Road
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Phone: 011.971.2.643.9400
Fax: 011.971.2.643.9411 

Qatar
Stanley Consultants, Inc.
Office No. 6C
6th Floor, Al Kuwari Building
Building No. 21
Zone No. 39, Street No. 343
Al Sadd, Doha, Qatar
Phone: 011.974.4.493.5625
Fax:011.974.4.421.3629 

 



Middle East Project Experience

Nearly-Destroyed Liberia Hydroelectric Dam Assessed
Stanley Consultants was retained by Liberia Electricity Corporation to determine the feasibility of restoring the hydroelectric facility and to research the project's potential environmental and socioeconomic benefits.
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World's Biggest Chiller Cools Qatar Island
Stanley Consultants provided engineering design services for the world’s largest Integrated District Cooling plant, serving the needs of Qatar Island. The plant is also equipped with a desalination plant.
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Desalination Plant Provides Much Needed Clean Water to Algeria
The Hamma Seawater Desalination Plant is providing much needed water to Algeria through reverse-osmosis.
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First Turnkey Water Resources Program Financed by USAID
National Organization for Potable Water and Sanitary Drainage (NOPWASD) and USAID asked Stanley Consultants to assume the role of design-build contractor and complete the design, subcontract the remaining construction and provide the operation and maintenance services.
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Purifying Wastewater for Reuse
Stanley Consultants provided construction management services for the Doha North Sewerage Treatment and Pipeline project, a large and complex wastewater sewer treatment and conveyance system in Doha, Qatar.
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Sewerage Improvements Among Largest Design-Build Wastewater Projects
Stanley Consultants provided engineering services to rehabilitate all trunk sanitary sewers and five wastewater pumping stations for the City of Suez, Egypt.
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Liberia Roads Assessed for Either Complete Upgrade or Rehabbed on Emergency Basis
Stanley Consultants completed a project in the West African state of Liberia that included a complete assessment of 600 kilometers of road to prioritize which links should be rehabilitated on an emergency basis and which ones required totally new construction.
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Fighting Terrorism with the Special Operations Training Center
A former 1,235-acre rock quarry outside Amman, Jordan, has been transformed into a state-of-the-art training center for special operations forces to train in counterterrorism and security operations resembling real-world situations.
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Al-Dhafra Air Base Force Protection
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers contracted with Stanley Consultants to design an Air Defense Site and Cantonment Area to replace an existing temporary camp and provide adequate protection to USAF personnel.
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Iraqi Damage Assessment
Approximately 750,000 ethnic Kurds of the Northern Iraqi Governorates of Dohuk, Irbil, and Sulaymaniyah were displaced to government villages by the central Iraqi government prior to establishment of the United Nations safe havens.
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Reconstructing Post War Iraq
The opportunity to help rebuild a country came the summer of 2003. The team was charged with master planning the reconstruction of Iraq’s infrastructure
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Roadway Project in Capital City of Zambia Relieves Bottlenecks and Reduces Accidents
The Kafue-Lusaka Road project is a multi-phase rehabilitation program that provided an improved road transportation system for traffic destined for intra-regional markets.
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Regional Water Resources Assessment in 12 Southern Africa Countries
The Southern Africa Regional Water and Associated Environmental Implications Assessment focused on water resources in 12 countries.
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