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DRA Global confirmed as preferred EPCM contractor for Colluli

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The confirmation of DRA as preferred EPCM contractor for Colluli represents another critical milestone for the Project, reinforcing that Colluli is execution ready.

DRA will be responsible for all aspects of design, project management, procurement, construction management, and supervision, as well as commissioning of the complete process plant and associated infrastructure, including provision of all temporary construction facilities. DRA will also be responsible for awarding major contracts such as early works, earthworks, structural, mechanical, piping, electrical and instrumentation works, laboratory and permanent camp (including life support, freight, and logistics).

“We are very pleased to confirm DRA as the Project’s preferred EPCM contractor, a global engineering firm of strong repute with extensive experience operating in Africa," said Danakali Executive Chairman and CMSC Director, Seamus Corneliu. "We look forward to working with DRA in finalising the last few project sign-off gates and to commence project execution. Danakali and CMSC continue to achieve critical project and corporate milestones on the way to construction, commissioning, and production at Colluli.”

Chief Executive Officer of DRA Global, Wray Carvelas added: “Awarding the execution of this important Potash project on the African Continent to DRA is testament to DRA’s position as the preferred technical partner for projects in Africa. DRA is honoured to have been selected by the Colluli Mining Share Company for the execution of the project. We have put together a very strong team for the successful delivery of the project and both our Project Manager and proposed in-Country Manager have experience in delivering projects in Eritrea.”

 

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