Ankara Chamber of Commerce Visited GAMA

The Chairman of Ankara Chamber of Commerce (ATO) Gürsel Baran and the Vice Chairman of ATO Halil İbrahim Yılmaz visited GAMA Holding on September 7th 2020. Mr. Baran and Mr. Yılmaz were greeted by GAMA Holding Chairman of the Board Ömer Tunçata, GAMA Holding Deputy Chairman of the Board Hakan Özman, GAMA Holding Board Members Ergil Ersu and Süreyya Yücel Özden, GAMA Power Systems & GAMA Industry Managing Director Ahmet Ligvani and GAMA Energy Managing Director Tamer Çalışır. The meeting was opened by Mr. Özman who spoke about GAMA’s sixty-one year history and achievements in the sector. The meeting continued with a presentation by Mr. Ligvani on GAMA’s completed and ongoing projects. At the end of the presentations Mr. Baran closed the meeting by stating his pride in such a successful company like GAMA with roots in Ankara. He presented Mr. Tunçata with a copy of GAMA Construction Limited’s original registration news in the Turkish Trade Gazette from December 31, 1959. In return two GAMA publications were presented as gifts to Mr. Baran.

21 Years in the ENR List

As GAMA, we are proud to be consistently ranked in the ENR List of Top International Contractors for 21 years. We would like to thank the entire GAMA family for their efforts and contributions.

We Have Achieved Our Goal!

For a sustainable future the importance of energy efficiency is increasing day by day in our world. Since 2013, the ISO 50001 Energy Management System has been implemented in our GAMA headquarters in order to increase energy efficiency. As a result of our efforts we achieved our 2019 goals by reducing electricity consumption by % 14,9 and natural gas consumption by %4 compared to the previous year. We thank the GAMA family for their support and sensitivity on this matter.

ALBA CCPP Project has been selected as “National Winner”

We are pleased to announce that 1800 MW ALBA Potline 6 Expansion, Power Station-5 Combined Cycle Power Plant, which has been recently completed by GAMA Power Systems and General Electric consortium, has been selected as “National Winner” for “the Power Generation Project of the Year” category at the MEED Projects Awards 2020. Congratulations to GAMA Power Systems ALBA team for such an amazing achievement!

The First LNG Facility in The Arctic Region

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GAMA Industry is proud to complete the construction of the Yamal LNG Production Plant, which is the first LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) facility in the Arctic Region. We congratulate our GAMA Industry team, who have participated in the completion of this successful project. This unique project experience has already taken its own special position in our project portfolio, among more than 400 projects that we have accomplished successfully in the past.

Location: Sabetta, Yamal Peninsula
Annual LNG Output Capacity: 16.5 million tons
Total Man-Hour: 30 million MH
Site Personnel: 8,500
LTI Free: 12 million
Minimum Recorded Temperature: -50 °C

GAMA ranked among the largest contracting companies in the world

Due to the success on the ENR 2019 World’s Largest 250 International Contractors List, which GAMA ranked 118th, GAMA was presented with an award on December 26, 2019 by the Turkey Contractors Association (TMB). GAMA Holding Vice Chairman Hakan Özman received our award from Vice President Fuat Oktay. We are proud to receive the award, and we thank the entire GAMA family for their efforts and work.

Hartha Unit-1 Thermal Power Station Rehabilitation

Thermal Power Station Rehabilitation as GAMA Power Systems, the construction works of 200MW Hartha Unit-1 Thermal Power Station Rehabilitation started on October 1, 2019. The contract was signed on November 19, 2017 as GAMA Power Systems and Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems with the Iraqi Ministry of Electricity and the Basra General Directorate of Electricity & Power Generation. Mobilization works of the project have been completed and electromechanical activities are continuing rapidly with more than 300 employees. The progress of the project has reached 19.37%, and is planned to be completed in November 2020.