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AIC’s multi-discipline project skills, with the ability to secure financial closure, offers our many clients-National, Regional and International-the most comprehensive of service.

AIC’s rapid growth in the last few years has been an expansion into international markets throughout Africa and the Caribbean.


International Projects...

AIC’sinternational Operation Division was established in 1980 to develop the group’s overseas role .co-ordinate the existing partnership with oversea companies and to structure the growing internationalization of AIC.

Since that time AIC has consolidated its oversea activities in Engineering Projects, Petrochemical, Medical and leisure Industries. Meanwhile 1995 sees the creation of a separate Management Consultancy Department aimed at widening markets and making new skills available particularly in the fields of Financial Management, Investment Studies and Strategic planning future geographical focus will see AICdevelop its interest from the Caribbean and into Latin America. Similarly, the existing project base in Africa will be widened with the establishment of new offices in Kenya and South Africa.

AIC acted as an adviser to the lead consultant, Mascott Ltd, in executing the master Plan study to the river basin; the studies comprised all aspect of physical planning ,Natural resources, Water Resources, socio-economic parameter as well as environmental, ecology wildlife and health conditions.

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AIC has also acted as an adviser to Mott MacDonald for a similar integrated irrigation studies Project as detailed at Omo-Ghibe and for the Dakawa scheme.

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An investment appraisal study was made by AIC of the Limestone Corporation of Jamaica (LICOJAM) which plans to establish an integrated Limestone based chemical complex on 80 acres of land bearing high grade calcite limestone. The reserve, in excess of 100m.metric tons, will be quarried to manufacture.

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  • Client: impresit S.P.A., Milan
  • Finance: contractor Finance
  • Construction Cost: $140 million
  • Scope of work: Engineering Design: Economic & Financial Feasibility Studies    

The programmes of the Government of Trinidad and Tobago and of the water and sewerage authority (WASA) include realization of the Moruga and St.Patrick water supply project which will provide drinking water for most of the southwestern part of Trinidad, where for many months of the year there no reliable sources of water to ensure social and economic development.

The implementation programme studied all aspects of the complex investment including finance, engineering, contract framework, organization through to operation and maintenance.
Construction is to be carried out in two phases to reach completion of the whole project in four years with:

*a first phase (Iniss-St.patrick) which will supply water to the St.Patrick region only two and half years after commencement of work, and

*a second phase (Mouga-San Fernando) which will supply water to the san Fernando region by the end of the subsequent one and a half years.

The aim of the proposed phasing is to optimize the financial feasibility of the project by avoiding during the construction period any disbursement peaks of capital expenditure and by making returns from the project available prior to final completion, thus defraying interest charges during construction.

The designs covered all the projects components including the Innis-Plum Dam, the Moruga Barrage, Lifting station, Water treatment plant, booster stations, water pipes and storage tanks, The net quality of `new’ water produced, purified and pumped into the national networks is in the range of 35 to 40 million cubic meters a year, at the peak rate of 2,000liters a second.

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AIC was associated with the development of the crystal palace Hotel concept following successful award of a similar hotel project at Iddo foreshore in Lagos (on land owned b y the Nigerian railway corporation).The crystal palace is a showcase hotel (900 bed) and resort in the Bahamas with a 30,000sq.ft casino. The resort consist of 5 major hotel towers an 800-seat theater, a dozen restaurants and many other family amenities.
The crystal Palace Hotel is now owned by the Ruffin Corporation of America and tourists as well as conference facilities for trade exhibitions, business seminars and the like.

AIC has been invited by the office of the president of the Republic of Panama to submit proposals for the development of the Marine city. From the 200 hectare development area some 120 hectares of land for Leisure industries will be allocated after the provision of highways, port facilities and the replacement of an existing sewer system.

AIC provided pre-contract services for the development of Las Quevas 500 bed hotel on the north coast of Trinidad.

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The Aqua Park Development is located on the northern coast of Nassau, New Providence Island, The Bahamas .The project for which AIC is acting as Development Consultant is to be developed on a 40 acre site facing the Marriott crystal Palace Hotel. With other hotels in the immediate vicinity a source of over 2000 room units are readily accessed as is the Nassau international Airport.

Aqua Park Development Site: Crystal Palace Hotel beyond

The thrust of the developer’s intent is to promote original concept for Nassau and the Bahamas that are complimentary to existing leisure and Business services and closely aligned to consumer preference.
The elements of the project are:

Aqua sport Complex: 1500 person
A Wet & wild aqua sports complex with state–of –the-art water leisure facilities. The Visual Center-Piece of the development.

* Retail shopping Complex: 60,000sq.ft
Special retail centre containing a combination of local culture, Art & Craft as well as American and international specialty outlets.

* Offices: 60,000sq.ft
Serviced Business suites targeted at non-resident companies with linked package availability to the residential units.
The southern boundary of the site borders an inland lake which will be landscape to define an area for passive recreation and preservation of aquatic wildlife. It is currently populated with indigenous turtles, fish and birdlife.

* Residential: 60 no, units
Development of 60 one - and two – bedroom town house condominium units for expatriates working in the Bahamas, business representatives of offshore agencies and upwardly mobile middle-class Bahamians.

* Sport & Entertainment Centre: 3,000 seats
International class sporting and entertainment events supplemented by local events of music, beauty pageants art exhibits etc., and trade conventions

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