The Masar Project, which is under construction in Makkah City of Saudi Arabia, is a mega project that aims to enable visitors coming through the Haramain Train, connecting Medina-Jeddah-Makkah, to reach the Harem via the subway system. The contract for the shoring works of the 6 parcels within the project was signed with Umm Al Qura for Development & Construction on December 20, 2020. The project consists of 2.600 m of Bored Pile, 4.600 m² of Berliner Wall, 8.200 m of Anchor, 3.400 m of Tie-Back Anchor, 3.000 m of Soil Nail and 1.000 m² of Shotcrete works.
Within the scope of Package-A Shoring Works, 1BS-04 Additional Retaining Piles have been completed. With the completion of the 4th row anchors within the project, 90% of the shoring system has been completed.
The execution of 1BN-03 shoring piles has reached a completion rate of 95% and it is expected to be completed in the next few days. Following the completion of bored pile works in 1BN-03, which is the longest plot in the project with a length of 120 meters, the execution of anchors will begin.
In parallel with 1BN-03, the execution of shoring piles is ongoing at 1BN-02, where the completion rate of pile has reached to 70%.
On the other hand, Package B project design works have been completed, and the production of shoring piles continues at plots 3SS-14 and 3SS-01, which are adjacent to Haramain Metro Station. These plots are the most complicated and important plots of the project, which will connect the project to the metro station via a pedestrian road underground when completed.
As of now, Kasktas Arabia is working at 6 plots simultaneously.