Kocaeli Integrated Health Campus Project

Ministry of Health of Republic of Turkey awarded the Contract of the Construction of Kocaeli Integrated Health Campus and Provide Goods and Services Project, tendered as part of PPP (Public-Private Partnership) projects, to Kocaeli Hospital Investment and Health Care Services Inc.

Kocaeli Hospital Investment and Health Care Services Inc. (SPV) and GAMA-Türkerler Joint Venture have signed the EPC Contract.

Project is constructed over a 368,668 m² land consisting of several hospitals with a total enclosed area of 335,648 m² and a bed capacity of 1,180. The health campus is going to include three hospital buildings which are Main Hospital, Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Hospital and High Security Forensic Hospital and one Technical Service building.

Izmir Bayrakli Integrated Health Campus

Ministry of Health of Republic of Turkey awarded the Contract of the Construction of Izmir Bayrakli Integrated Health Campus and Provide Goods and Services Project, tendered as part of PPP (Public-Private Partnership) projects, to Izmir Bayrakli Hospital Investment and Health Care Services Inc. on September 06, 2014.
EPC Contract has been signed between Izmir Bayrakli Hastane Yatirim ve Sağlik Hizmetleri A.Ş. (SPV) and Türkerler-GAMA JV.
Project is constructed over a 573,547 m² land and the bed capacity is 2,060. The health campus is going to include three hospital buildings which are Main Hospital, Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Hospital and High Security Forensic Hospital and one Technical Service building.

Marmaray Project, Bosphorus Railway Crossing Tunnel Construction

General Directorate of Infrastructure Investments of Republic of Turkey, Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications, awarded the contract for the construction of the 1st phase of Marmaray Project, Railway Bosphorus Tube Crossing, Tunnels and Stations to Taisei-GAMA-Nurol Joint Venture (TGN). GAMA has a share of 12.5% within the Joint Venture.

  • Length of Project alignment: 76.3 km
  • Underground section of the alignment: (between Ayrılıkçeşme-Yedikule) 13.6 km
  • Total number of stations on the alignment: 40 (37 above ground, 3 underground stations)
  • Number of stations suitable for transfer to other railway systems: 4
  • Transfer stations for intercity trains: 8
  • Tracks between Gebze-Ayrılıkçeşme and Kazlıçeşme-Halkalı: 3
  • Tracks between Ayrılıkçeşme-Kazlıçeşme: 2
  • Number of passengers in one direction: 75,000
  • Length of immersed tube tunnel: 1,387 m
  • Deepest point in the immersed tube tunnel alignment: 60.46 m
  • Minimum curve radius in the alignment: 300 m
  • Maximum vertical track gradient: 1.8 %
  • Design speed: 100 km/hour
  • Platform length: 225 m
  • Average distance between stations: 1.9 km
  • Headway between train operations in the alignment: 2 minutes

16.5 MW Cakirlar Run of River Hydroelectric Power Plant

GAMA Renewable Energy Systems Construction Co. (GAYES), a subsidiary of GAMA, executed the project as the enginering, procurement and construction contractor.

With the altitude of 1,400 m – 930 m, run of the river type hydroelectric power plant project has 2×8.25 MW pelton turbines. Electromechanical equipments are provided by VAtech – STE – Indar Consortium on a turn-key basis.

Power Plant is delivered to the Owner with fully operational condition. In addition, GAMA Renewable Energy Systems assisted & managed relations with public & state authorities for the permits and licences on behalf of the Owner/Investor during the construction period.

36.4 MW Lamas Run of River Hydroelectric Power Plant

EPC Contract for 36.4 MW Lamas Run of River Hydroelectric Power Plant is undertaken on a turnkey basis.

With the altitude of 654 m – 80 m, run of the river type hydroelectric power plant project has 2×7.39 MW and 2×10,81 MW pelton turbines.

TUPRAS Kırıkkale Refinery Diesel Desulphurisation and CCR Reformer

GAMA is responsible for the civil construction, structural steel fabrication and erection, reinforced concrete and structural steel buildings (design + material + labour), equipment erection, pipe erection, painting and insulation works, electrical and instrumentation works and pre-commissioning works of the NHT Revamp, Reformer, Catalyst Regeneration, Benfree, Flare, Condensate Recovery, Process & Utility, Yard Line and Tankage Area, Hydrojen Presurrising & Storage units and Control, Substation and Analyzer buildings.

4×360 MW Afsin Elbistan B Thermal Power Plant

Construction of 4×360 MW conventional type lignite fired Power Plant on turn-key basis, including all ancillary units and the flue gas desulphurization plant.

GAMA – Tekfen – Tokar JV (GAMA is the leader with its 40% share) is responsible for the construction and erection of boilers and bunkers, coal stock yard and coal handling system, stacks (2 each, 150 m), flue gas desulphurization plant, storm water system, roads, walkways, fencing and auxiliary buildings (workshop, warehouses, mill repairshop, operation building, cafeteria) of the plant.

Revamping of PETKIM Naphtha Steam Cracking Plant

The Plant modification works relevant with revamping project for the expansion of the plant capacity from 400,000 ton/year to 520,000 ton/year ethylene are implemented on turnkey EPC basis.

MAN Ankara Bus & Truck Assembly Plant

Civil, structural steel supply and erection, electrical and HVAC works of MAN Bus and Truck Assembly Plant Extension Facilities in Ankara.

Material supply and construction of 11,515 m2 closed building area and 14,915 m2 open area; complete mechanical erection of buildings including sanitary, plumping & HVAC systems and complete electrical installation of lighting and power systems are implemented.

2×660 MW Iskenderun Sugozu Coal Fired Power Plant

The project consists of turn-key construction of two units of imported coal fired steam boilers and turbine generator sets with a total capacity of 1320 MW electric power (2×660 MW) including coal handling system, flue gas desulphurization plant, sea water cooling handling system, coal unloading jetty, stack and other auxiliary units.

GAMA – Tekfen Joint Venture was responsible for the construction of the plant, including the coal unloading jetty.