Scope of Work
Urban Planning, feasibility studies, marine work design, Architectural & Structural design, electro-mechanical design, landscaping design, tender document & execution drawing preparation, and construction supervision.
The project aims to construct a new modern passengers terminal station in Hurghada to service the increasing passengers traffic ferry from Saudi Arabia and Sharm El-Sheikh, and the foreseen tourist cruise traffic in the red sea coming from surrounding Arab countries and the gulf region.
The project master plan started as early as 2007 to build a 350 new passenger Quay 10meter deep. and Extend terminal area to 38000 m2 and replan the port including a “Vertical” overlaid passenger complex , Yards for tripticket Cars/Buses Inspection and parking zones , administration buildings, utilities, total new infrastructure, Fences , Gates ,Service building, Mosque and Trip ticket offices ,Electronic Administration Buildings and Fire fighting building .
The project includes a large multi-story terminal building with an area of 21000 m2 divided into 3 levels.
- Level one and two is for ferry arrival and departure halls each hall is divided to 2 levels.
- The lower level is used for luggage services, customs, security Procedures.
- The upper levels are for passport control, waiting halls, cafeterias and services. The central circular hall is used together with the third level for transit trips to ( Sharm El-Shiekh) port and cruise passengers. Tourists have a separate access building from the city via a bridge and will be connected via elevated Gangways to cruise ships via two towers overlooking the passenger Quay.
The Project was executed by Army corps of engineering in 3 stages and opened for operation in 2014 and expects to handle 700 000 passengers and tourist and 40 000 trip ticket cars annually