As an EPC contractor focused on engineering and building industrial-grade facilities, ADC has been able to diversify horizontally into complimentary sectors using economies of scale in terms of management system standards, engineering knowhow, purchasing power, and resource allocations amongst its internal makings;

Chilled Water Networks and Energy Transfer Stations: ADC has been awarded a few Kilometers of water distribution systems with very complex considerations such as Non Destructive Road Crossings (NDRC), open trenching, The construction, completion and maintenance, during the defects liability period, of at least two Networks which comprises in excess of 2.5 km (2500 M) of chilled water underground piping, accommodating two carbon steel pre-insulated pipes of varying sizes, including main trunks of 900mm and below. In addition, ADC has been engineering and assembling Energy Transfer Stations (ETS) which serve as the key link between the end-user facility’s internal distribution chilled water piping and the District Cooling plant and its related transmission network. The works include ETSs ranging in capacities from as little as 1000 TR to over 6,000 TR and includes plate heat exchangers, building services VFD pumps. BTU meter, pump control panels, valves and instrumentation.

MV/LV Substations & Distributions: When engineering and constructing plants as large as 70,000 TR of electrically powered equipment, ADC is dealing with Medium Voltage applications and components from laying 22KV electric main feeder cables from the primary electric sub-station to installing and connecting MV Switchgears, bus couplers, MV and LV Transformers, Motor Control Centers and solid-state soft starters, and down to SCADA control systems, not to forget the backup power generation equipment associated with such plants.

In addition, ADC has been involved in designing and building Pumping Stations and related networks, as well as Domestic & Irrigation Water, Wastewater, Storm & Drainage, Telecom, Lighting & Roads as clubbed work packages but can focus on the delivery of those as standalone large-scale works for communities, or districts.

Infrastructure