Central Telemetry and Control Building

Architectural, Engineering Design and Construction Supervision
Services

Architectural, Engineering Design and Construction Supervision

Client

Ministry of Public Work (Sanitary Engineering)

Cost

KD 16.0 million

Data

Site Area
Parking
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43,330 m2
182 cars (Shadad)

Status

Completed 2016

Associate

None

Gulf Consult was commissioned by Ministry of Public Works – Sanitary Engineering, to design and supervise the Central Telemetry Buildings Project.

This facility comprises three Main Buildings and one Utility Building:
  • Building A – Central Telemetry
  • Building B – Environmental Administration
  • Building C – Purification & Water Resources
  • Building D – Central Plant Utility

The Central Telemetry Building is the heart of this project. It houses a large semi-circular Central Control Room equipped with “state of the art” Supervisory Control & Data Acquisition System. This system are envisaged to monitor and control MPW’s Sanitary Engineering facilities such as Pump Stations (Sewage Lifting & Transfer, Treated Water and Storm Water) and Waste Water Treatment Plants.

The facility is equipped with the following features:
  • A 100 plus CCTV camera based Surveillance System
  • Card and Biometrics Access Control System
  • Building Management System
  • Computerized Management Control System
  • A Large Matrix of Video Walls for Display

In pursuance of the Go Green agenda, a large surrounding of the buildings houses open spaces for landscape and plantation. A professionally designed Central Control Room, in accordance with operational safety, comforts and ergonomics will be the Hallmark of Building A. This will be a standard against which other control rooms in Kuwait will be rated.