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Baghdad Sport City

Client Iraqi Ministry of Youth and Sports
Location Baghdad, Iraq
Scope Of Work Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC)

Project Detail

Project Overview
Engineering, procurement, construction of Baghdad Athletic City was awarded as a turn-key project to Boland Payeh Co.. Baghdad Athletic city which upon completion, will be Iraq’s biggest athletic city, consists of 60,000 seats stadium, four fully roofed training ground, four-star hotel, and landscaping and access routes inside the athletic city.
In order to increase efficiency and quality of coordinating different elements and aspects of this multi-discipline project, BP is utilizing integration management system (IMS) to monitor, evaluate, and control various elements of project. To achieve this goal and effective and efficient development of project, BP has consulted with several international companies and industry experts such as German company Werner Sobek and Canadian company NCK. Considering delivery method of project (EPC), in order to improve project quality and efficiency, design and field execution of the project were performed simultaneously. For instance, while execution sector was implementing designed piles, pile static load tests including axial compression and pile dynamic load tests (DLT/PDA), have been done to optimize the final geometry (length and diameter) of designed piles. To complete project goals, more than 177,000 m3 concrete and 30,000 tons of reinforcement rebar will be placed and 250,000 m3  of earth work shall be done.
Baghdad athletic city will provide exercise facilities for the estimated 8 million residence of Baghdad. This project has been designed in accordance with FIFA regulations and requirements to be qualified to host international games.
As of August 10, 2015, Baghdad Athletic City project’s progress has been 45%. This project was planned to be completed by 2014, but changes in Iraq’s Environmental Enterprise Factors, leads the project delivery to be postponed.


Key Facts
Earthwork: 250,000 m3
Concrete: 177,000 m3
Reinforcement rebar: 30,000 Tons
Formwork: 440,000 m3
Total length of piles: 35 km