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Hamorabi State Constructing Contracts Company

Roads & Bridges Construction, Asphalt Production, Concrete Production, Girder Production
• Road and Bridges Construction Company:- Hamorabi is a large Iraqi Company in construction and maintenance Roads and bridges, manufacturing concrete girders and producing construction materials, available for joint ventures as a prime and sub- contractor with private and public sector.
• Experience and Expertise:- Hamorabi Company has full, complete knowledge and experience with projects and conditions. Hamorabi has more than (2000) employees, many of them are engineering professionals having Bsc or Msc degree in engineering from recognized universities in Iraq and abroad.
• Road and bridge Construction Project experience:- The most important construction project which Hamorabi still executing is Expressway NO. (1) Section R/6 (Dewaniya/ Nassriya). The other projects are:
Baghdad – Kirkuk road project (section Sulaiman Beck), Kut- Nassriya road project (1st & 3rd sections), Efek- Thrimah road project, Sumar- Barakat road project, Warrar bridge in Anbar, Azuhoor bridge in Baghdad, reconstruction Abassiyat bridge in Najaf, Achabab and Ajanabi Bridges in Kut, Bridge over Expressway R/6.
The performed projects for reconstructing are: Diyala bridge in Baghdad, Alkefil bridge in Najaf, Horan and Fehemi bridges in Anbar.
• Girder Production:- Hamorabi owns and operates the plant of manufacturing and producing concrete girders and culverts according to standard specifications. It is the only state plant and one of the two plants in the whole country. It is located in Baghdad. Having this feature; this will give the plant the competitive advantage in this sector of the Iraqi market.
• Asphalt Production Plants and Concrete Batch Plants:- Hamorabi has (28) asphalt production plants, concrete batch plants and crushers located in the Governorates: Karkuk, Saladin, Baghdad, Anbar, Wasit,
Najaf, Dewaniya, Nassriya. These plants supply most projects, private and public sectors in the country with asphalt and secure a reliable concrete production source.
• Professional Degree:- Hamorabi is a first construction degree contractor in Iraq, meaning that it has the highest degree given to a contractor in the Iraqi system , entitling it to work on all projects , including projects of the highest value, in excess of (4) billion Iraqi Dinar . Because the degree regulations do not apply to private sector projects, Hamorabi is likewise unlimited to the size and complexity of projects it can execute in Iraq.
• Unique Benefits:- Hamorabi has worked steadily on road and bridges construction projects in Iraq before and since April 2003, and, thus, is a company and a partner able to work in a security challenged conflict environment. Hamorabi is able to work in any place in Iraq. In addition Hamorabi can provide excellent information about construction conditions in Iraq such as: materials and fuel sources, manpower, the nature of the Iraqi Government tenders and award processes. With this information, it provides an important resource not only for private sector and donor funded projects, but also for projects funded by the Iraqi Government.
• Public Company:- Hamorabi is one of Ministry of Construction and Housing facilities. Its first goal is construction and engineering capacity in Iraq generally and in the Ministry that serves Iraq through its national building commission, its national housing commission, National Center for Laboratories and researches and its National Engineering Design Center. While Hamorabi is a public Company, it operates as a private company in many aspects. The primary exceptions are the provision of salaries by the Iraqi Government of a certain portion of the company’s employee base, the requirement that the company returns a certain percentage of its profits to the Government, minimal fuel subsidies and Iraqi regulations requiring certain approvals for contracting. It is anticipated that with the seating of the permanent Iraqi Government and the reform of the pension and retirement system, these subsidies will decrease and disappear and the company will move progressively toward privatization.