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									      Center for Engineering and Planning (CEP)                              Capabilities & Experience

            Center for Engineering and Planning (CEP)


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  Present Offices

                     Ramallah, Palestine                                     Gaza, Palestine               Nablus, Palestine

                     CEP                                                     CEP                           CEP

                     Al Maidan Street, Al Bireh                              403/37 Al- Thalatheen         Chamber of Commerce
                                                                             St., Sabra, Gaza              Building, Faisal St., Nablus

                     P.O Box 301, Ramallah                                   P.O Box 413, Gaza             P.O Box 470, Nablus

                     Tel.:+972 (2) 2955 655                                  Tel.:+972 (8) 2846 445        Tel.:+972 (9) 2372 722
                     Fax:+972 (2) 2955 654                                   Fax:+972 (8) 2827 173         Fax:+972 (9) 2372 722

                     cep-ramallah@cep-palestine.com                          cep-gaza@cep-palestine.com

Total Area                              190 m2                                         180 m2                         80 m2

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List of Manpower
No.                      Position                                    Name         Academic Degree          Date of      Years of
                                                                                                           Joining     Experience
 1        Director                                        Rami Abdulhadi          Ph.D., Mechanical         1984             35
 2        Financial Manager                               Eiman Masri             Post-Graduate                1985          25
 3        Accountant                                      Husam Omary             B.A.                      1994             15
 4        Town and Regional                               Rasem Khamaiseh         Ph.D.                  (Associate)         20
 5        Geo-Environmental                               Nidal Rabah             Ph.D.                  (Associate)         20
          Engineer, Water
 6        Deputy General Manager                          Emad Sha‟ar             M.Sc., Civil                 1990          16
 7        Projects Coordinator                            Bassam Abu Zahra        M.Sc., Water and             1996          18
 8        Civil Engineer,                                 Daoud Abu               B.Sc.                        1993          26
          Construction                                    Ghannam
 9        Regional Manager                                Rif‟at Diab             B.Sc., Civil                 1993          15
10        Civil Engineer                                  Adnan Zahran            B.Sc., Civil           (Associate)         24
11        Civil Engineer                                  Nawar El Bitar          B.Sc.                     1985             18
12        Mechanical Engineer                             Usama Tawfiq            B.Sc.                     1995             9
13        Mechanical Engineer                             Salah Siam              B.Sc.                     1997             7
14        Civil Engineer                                  Mazen Abu El Tayf       M.Sc                      2000             5
15        Secretary                                       Leena Nazzal            Diploma                   1997             6
16        Electrical Engineer                             Akram „Odah             B.Sc.                  (Associate)         19
17        Architectural Engineer                          „Ahed Hilles            B.Sc.                  (Associate)         5
18        Civil Engineer                                  AbdulSami‟ Abu          M.Sc., Projects           2000             17
                                                          Khalaf                  Management
19        Civil Engineer                                  Nisreen Ajjuli          B.Sc.                     2002             2
20        Structural Engineer                             Shaker El Bitar         Ph.D., Structural      (Associate)         19
21        Mechanical Engineer                             Farouq Ghosheh          B.Sc.                  (Associate)         40
22        Secretary                                       Raghda El Taian         Diploma                   2000             7
23        Office Clerk                                    Ahmad Sayel                                       1993             12
24        Civil Engineer                                  Usama Hamad             M.Sc., Water              2002             8

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    Presentation of Center for Engineering and Planning
Background and Objectives
The Center for Engineering and Planning (CEP) was established to meet the growing need
for a professionally competent consulting firm to provide planning and engineering services
for the developmental activities of municipalities, village councils and committees, and
public and private institutions and organizations in Palestine.
Since its establishment in 1984 CEP has been involved in a large number of projects both in
Palestine‟s inland region (West Bank) and coastal region (Gaza Strip) in the areas of socio-
economic studies, town and regional planning, housing, architecture and building
engineering, road and traffic engineering, water supply and distribution, sewage and
stormwater drainage systems, irrigation systems, industrial development projects, and the
development of teaching and laboratory programs for academic and technical institutions.
The professional services offered by CEP in these areas include preliminary investigations
and comprehensive research, field studies and reports, performance evaluation studies,
engineering and economic feasibility studies, master planning, preliminary and detailed
engineering designs for buildings and infrastructure projects, the preparation of tender
documentation and the provision of construction management/quality assurance services
during project construction and operation, project scheduling, monitoring and appraisal.
Furthermore, CEP has been retained by a number of donor organizations to provide program
management services.
In order to meet the requirements of sound performance in research, planning, engineering
and management, CEP employs about 30 people including qualified planners, architects,
engineers, economists, computer scientists and technicians. In addition to its permanent staff,
CEP frequently employs part-time services of experts from local universities and institutions
and, when necessary, draws on the skill, expertise and technical resources of several
associates throughout the world.
CEP's headquarters are located in Ramallah, with permanent branch offices in Nablus and
Gaza. This arrangement enhances CEP's performance efficiency and enables it to conduct its
activities in the various regions of the country in a timely and economic manner.
In June 1989, CEP was retained by American Near East Refugee Aid (ANERA) to provide
program management services to ANERA-assisted projects in the West Bank and Gaza.
Some of the projects were nearing the completion of construction, while others were either in
the design or conception stages.
The projects included municipal infrastructure development, marketing services and agro-
processing. In terms of size, these projects ranged from small-scale micro-dairy facility, to
large-scale infrastructure projects such as the Gaza City rainwater conservation project.
The beneficiaries of ANERA-assisted projects are either Palestinian indigenous cooperative
and charitable organizations, or municipalities and village councils. The assistance extended
to the cooperative and charitable organizations include grants to partially cover the cost of
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 construction and supply of equipment for projects in the area of agro-industry and marketing
 of agricultural products, such as micro-dairies, grading and packing facilities, cold storage
 facilities and health services. Assistance to municipalities and village councils include grants
 for infrastructure and services projects such as rain water drainage water supply and
 distribution, irrigation, sewage collection, drainage, treatment and reuse, construction of
 slaughterhouse, light industrial complexes and wholesale markets.
 The varying nature of the institutions benefiting from ANERA‟s assistance made it relatively
 difficult to follow a standard procedure in dealing with the institutions. This fact coupled
 with the varying degree of progress of the individual projects and the less systematic
 approach used in earlier years in handling technical and financial matters relating to ANERA-
 assisted projects, made it necessary to deal with individual organizations and projects in a
 manner imposed by these factors.
 The main activities of the Center for Engineering and Planning related to ANERA-assisted
 projects fall into the following major areas:
1.            Project Planning
2.            Project Scheduling
3.            Project Monitoring and Appraisal
 In the area of project planning, CEP‟s staff activities range from participation in the
 conceptual and preliminary planning and design, to final review of plans and detailed designs,
 tender documents and cost estimation.
 In the area of project scheduling, CEP's staff activities include close participation in the
 tendering and bid evaluation process to overall supervision of the actual construction and
 intervention in the related contractual activities.
 The major monitoring and appraisal activities include participation in discussions and
 providing consultations regarding the lack of progress or disruption of work, with clients and
 contractors, reporting on progress and making recommendations towards the improvement of
 performance efficiency.
 Moreover, CEP has undertaken a number of socio-economic studies and master planning
 projects (both urban planning and water resources) for clients including USAID, the UNDP,
 Center for Refugee Studies of Canada‟s York university, local village and town councils and
 In the area of infrastructure development, CEP has been actively involved in the preparation
 of assessment and feasibility studies, master plans for roads, water supply and distribution,
 sewage collection, treatment and reuse, stormwater drainage and environmental impact
 assessments. In the course of these activities CEP‟s staff have become very familiar with the
 operational modalities of Palestinian municipalities and village councils and accumulated a
 wealth of information and data related to the physical, institutional, regulatory and legal
 aspects of infrastructure planning and development including water supply and distribution
 CEP employs computers and CAD for building design, project management, physical
 planning and visual assessment.

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    Scope of Activities
    The Center for Engineering and Planning offers expertise in most aspects of physical
    planning and related socio-economic, environmental, regulatory and institutional
    development services. CEP‟s activities comprise a wide range of services covering planning,
    conceptual and detailed design, preparation of tender documents, construction management
    and quality assurance.
    During the last 18 years, CEP staff and associates have acquired substantial expertise in the
    following fields:
    Feasibility Studies and Sectoral Planning
              Market Surveys and Analysis
              Pre-Investment Assessments
              Economic and Technical Feasibility Assessment
              Needs Assessment Studies
              Sectoral Development Planning
              Impact Assessment
    Physical Planning
              Town Planning
              Master Planning
              Regional Planning
              Urban Design
              Site and subdivision Planning
              Tourism and Recreational Planning
              Industrial Planning
              Transportation and Traffic Planning
              Water and Wastewater Systems Planning
              Landscape Planning
              Zoning Plans and Ordinances
              Housing
              Commercial Buildings
              Office Buildings
              Industrial Buildings
              Educational Facilities
              Health Facilities
              Tourist and Recreational Facilities
    Construction Management/Quality Assurance
              Construction Management
              Review of Design and Tender Documents
              Bid Evaluation
              Site Supervision
              Quality Assurance
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                   Selected List of Projects undertaken by CEP in
                   association with International Consultants

Project                                                                         International               Funding Agency
Construction of School Facilities for Basic                                     Mohri, Architects and       JICA
Education in the West Bank                                                      Associates (Tokyo,
School Construction and Expansion                                               Mercy Corps West            USAID
Project, Dura District, Hebron                                                  Bank and Gaza (USA)
Water Conservation in Palestine                                                 Chemonics (USA) and         World Bank
                                                                                DHV (Netherlands)
Water Sector Requirements                                                       PFRA                        CIDA/ Canada
Land and Water Resources in OPT                                                                             ESCWA
Water Resources Program                                                         CDM/ Morganti Group,        USAID
                                                                                Harza, Chemonics
Sewage Management plan for Khan                                                 Pacific Consultant          JICA
Younis                                                                          International (Japan)
Service Improvement Program for Water                                           LEKA (France,               World Bank
and Wastewater systems in Gaza Strip                                            Palestine)
Gaza Water Distribution System & Sewage Hydrosult (Canada)                                                  CIDA
Water Tariff Study                                                              Norconsult (Norway)         NORAD
Water Sector Strategic Planning Study                                           Carl Bro (UK), SCP          World Bank
                                                                                (France) and
                                                                                Chemonics (USA)
Ramallah Sewerage Masterplan                                                    Plan-center (Finland)       FINNIDA
Hebron Sewage Treatment Plant                                                   Plan-center (Finland)       FINNIDA
Jerusalem Water Undertaking Masterplan                                          SCP and SAFEGE French
                                                                                (France)             Government
West Bank Water and Sanitation Project                                          Plancenter (Finland) EIB
Municipal Solid Waste Management                                                SADAT     Associates World  Bank
                                                                                Inc., and ECODIT through PECDAR

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Project                                                                         International              Funding Agency
Ramallah & Al Bireh District Sewage                                             Plancenter (Finland)       FINNIDA through
Management Master Plan- Bridging                                                                           UNDP
Network Efficiency Improvement and                                              GKW (Germany)              World Bank
District Metering Implementation
Central Utility Bridging Project                                                Plancenter (Finland)       FINNIDA
Palestine Environmental Emergency                                               ECODIT (USA)               World      Bank
Response Contingency Plan                                                                                  through PECDAR
Updating the Plans for Abu Dees and                                             NORDIC Consulting          NORAD
Ezariyyeh Sewerage Project                                                      Group (Norway)
Geographic Information Systems                                                  Norway Mapping             World      Bank
Development Project                                                             Palestine (Norway)         through PECDAR
Dura Wastewater Feasibility Study                                               Carl Bro Int. (UK)         DFID
Facilities Rehabilitation Project                                               Parsons Brinckerhoff       USAID
(FALCON)                                                                        International-Atkinson
                                                                                Middle East (USA)

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                                  List of Major Clients

       Palestinian Water Authority
       Ministry of Education
       Palestinian Economic Council for Development and Reconstruction (PECDAR)
       Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry
       Ministry of Environmental Affairs
       Over 50 Municipal and Village Councils in the West Bank and Gaza
       United Nations Development Program (UNDP)
       The Ford Foundation
       United Nations Center for Human Settlements (HABITAT)
       Najah National University, Nablus
       College of Science and Technology, Abu Dis, Jerusalem
       Wadi Fara'a Irrigation Committee, Nablus
       The Holy Land Hotel, Jerusalem
       The Jordan Vegetable Oil Industries, Co., Nablus
       Hebron University, Hebron
       American Near East Refugee Aid (ANERA)
       United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA)
       The Arab Development Society, Jerusalem and Jericho
       The Jordan Chemical laboratory Company, Beit Jala
       The Arab Insurance Establishment, Nablus
       United Nations Economic & Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA),
       The World Bank
       The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), Geneva
       The Arab Fund for Social and Economic Development, Kuwait
       The Islamic Development Bank, Jedda
       United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
       The European Investment Bank
       The Arab Real Estate Establishment Company, Nablus
       Jericho Motels Company, Jerusalem
       British Consulate General, Jerusalem
        Palestine International Bank, Ramallah
       United Motors Trade Company, Palestine
       Palestine Securities Exchange (PSE)/Nablus, Headquarters
       Commercial Bank of Palestine, Gaza Brach
       Arab Hotels Company, Nablus

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Selected Project Experience
A brief description of selected projects undertaken by the Center for Engineering and
Planning (CEP), in different field, is presented below:

                                                                                              Highway & Traffic Engineering

                          Environmental Studies

                                                                       Architects and Structures

                                                                                                   Industrial Sector
          Town and Regional Planning

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Socio-Economic Studies

 1. Master planning the State of Palestine: Suggested Guidelines for Comprehensive
   Development: This study presents general profiles of the major Palestinian socio-
   economic sectors and broad guidelines for a suggested future development strategy with
   emphasis on those productive and services sectors which have spatial and regional
   sensitivity and tend to have more tangible and direct impact on the practical aspects of
   Palestinian reconstruction and development, particularly in the immediate post
   independence years and during the interim period. The study also presents proposals for
   possible regional arrangements, within the context of a peaceful territorial settlement of
   the Arab-Israeli conflict, in the areas of energy, water resources, transportation,
   communications and borders. Palestine Studies Project, 1992.

 2. The Environment in the Occupied Palestinian Territory: This study presents a profile
   of the geographic, demographic, social and economic aspects of the Occupied Palestinian
   Territory, and an analysis of the state of the environment and the related Palestinian
   institutional and administrative framework. The study proposes general guidelines for a
   Palestinian National environmental action plan, and provides an estimate of the level of
   investment required for its implementation. Client: European Communities, 1990.

 3. Future Transportation Infrastructure Needs for the Palestinian People in the West
   Bank and the Gaza Strip: This study presents a general description of the evolution of
   the transportation system in Palestine, and analysis of the existing transportation
   infrastructure in the Occupied Palestinian Territory. The study also proposes guidelines
   for developing a transportation system for the future independent Palestinian State
   covering road, rail, sea, air and public transportation networks and related industries.
   Client: Habitat, 1989.

 4. Local Village and Agricultural Road Systems in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip:
   This study presents a general description of the evolution of the local and village road
   systems in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip and an analysis of the existing networks.
   The study also proposed a detailed plan for future development and an estimate of the
   investment required for its implementation. Client: Habitat, 1990.

 5. Housing Strategy and Sector Analysis for the Occupied Palestinian Territory: This
   study which was conducted in cooperation with the Cooperative Housing Foundation
   (CHF) presents a description of the historical development of the construction on the
   housing sector in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, evaluates the present status and
   performance of the sector and provides guidelines for a future development strategy.
   Client: CHF, 1992.

 6. Land and Water Resources in the Occupied Palestinian Territory: This studies
   analysis the water sector in the Occupied Palestinian Territory and assesses the future
   supply and effective demand. It also suggests several possible projects that may be
   implemented within the context of anticipated regional political developments. Client:
   ESCWA, 1992.

 7. Municipal Government in Palestine: This study presents a detailed historical
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  description of the evolution of Palestinian local government in general and municipal
  government in particular during the Ottoman, British Mandate, Jordan and Egyptian eras.
  The study analyses the organizational, administrative and financial aspects of the current
  municipal system and proposes guidelines for future development of the system.
  Palestine Studies Project, 1991.

8. Towards a National Housing Strategy for Palestine: This report provides a profile
  of the Palestinian housing sector and suggests some guidelines for addressing the
  housing-related issues and future housing requirements. It also provides an estimate of
  the level of public investment requirements in the area of housing and housing-related
  infrastructure. Client: Habitat, 1992.

9. The Palestinian Electricity Sector: An investigation of the present status of the
  Palestinian electricity sector including an evaluation of the generating facilities, the
  transmission and distribution networks and the human and institutional setting. The study
  also presents a description of the sector's needs, guidelines for reconstruction and
  development and estimates the investment requirements. Palestine Studies Project, 1993.

10. Water Conservation in Palestine: This Report has been prepared with the objective
  contributing to the ongoing efforts aiming at addressing the issues and problems
  associated with water scarcity in the Middle East, in general, and the River Jordan basin,
  in particular. Although the ideas presented in the Report address the particular
  requirements Palestine, it is hoped that the recommended water conservation measures
  and practices will be implemented by all regional parties in order to safeguard and allow
  the equitable and sustainable use of the available and potential water resources. Palestine
  Studies Project, 1994.

11. Physical Planning for Palestinian Rural Communities: This study, which is based on
  an integrated rural development planning approach, assesses the possibilities and
  requirements for introducing a nationwide rural district and sub-district planning and
  development system, including guidelines for rural planning and management and
  initiation of a learning-by-doing process through pilot projects. The study was initiated in
  the Jenin and Al-Khalil districts of Palestine‟s inland region, but was then extended to
  cover all districts of the inland region as well as the coastal region. The study team
  assessed the limitations and potentials for socio-economic development in Palestine‟s
  rural areas including about 439 rural communities. The recommendations of the study are
  being implemented through a pilot project in the Jenin district. A major output of the
  study was a wide-based information and data system covering all vital social and
  economic sectors with emphasis on institutional and physical infrastructure. Client:
  UNDP, 1995.

12. Middle East Refugee Bibliography: CEP was commissioned by the Center for Refugee
  Studies of Canada‟s York University to assemble a high quality bibliographic volume
  focusing on the area of Middle East refugees and covering a wide range of national,
  regional and international annotated sources and publications. The bibliography reflected
  all technical and political views concerning the issue of displacement resulting from the
  Arab-Israeli conflict in the region. Client: Canada‟s York University, 1993.

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 13. Labour Intensive Project in Palestinian Municipalities, Programme Review: The
    project was funded by the Kingdom of the Netherlands and the Norwegian‟s
    Representative Office. The objective of the review was to assess the achievements of the
    programme compared to objectives, and to assess sustainability of the programme
    activities, and finally improving the planning, management and implementation of future
    labour intensive programmes to be implemented by municipalities, aiming to achieve:
     Maximum income generation for the needy, and
     Maximum positive impact on municipal governance.
Client: Representative Offices of Netherlands and Norway, 2003.

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Town and Regional Planning
The Center for Engineering and Planning had been actively involved in the preparation of
land use and master planning schemes for about 100 towns and villages in the Inland region
of Palestine.

The scope of works required for these activities includes the following:

   1. Detailed field studies and surveys to determine current land uses, status of existing
      buildings and infrastructural systems such as roads, water, stormwater and
      sewerage networks.

    2. Detailed demographic studies relating to population, age group distribution,
       and level of education, labor and manpower characteristics, household size
       and general condition.

    3. Detailed study of the physical terrain to
       determine topography, slopes and the
       nature and characteristics of soil.

    4. Projections, based on the above
       information, of population, physical and
       developmental requirements of land and
       infrastructural services.

    5. Proposals regarding future land use,
       housing schemes, zoning and public

    6. Master plans for roads, water
       distribution, stormwater and sewage
       drainage networks consistent with the
       proposed master-planning scheme.

    7. Detailed planning schemes for the
       different zones proposed in the master-
       planning scheme.

Major Town Planning Projects
 1. Jericho: master planning schemes (21000 dunums).

 2. Tulkarm: master planning schemes (12000 dunums).

 3. Tubas: master planning schemes (6000 dunums).

 4. Qabatia: master planning schemes (3500 dunums).
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5. Anabta: master planning schemes (4000 dunums).

6. Ya‟bad: master planning schemes (5200 dunums).

7. Salfit: detailed planning schemes (3500 dunums).

8. Al-Ram: detailed planning schemes (6200 dunums).
9. Azaryieh/Abu Dis: detailed planning scheme (11700 dunums).
10. Deir Al-Ghusun: detailed planning scheme (3300 dunums).
11. Sinjel: detailed planning scheme (4600 dunums).

12. Ajja: detailed planning scheme (3600 dunums).

13. Bir Nabala: detailed planning scheme (2400 dunums).

14. Atara: detailed planning scheme (2800 dunums).

15. Silet Al-Dhaher: detailed planning scheme (2500 dunums).

16. Tel: detailed planning scheme (2600 dunums).

17. Taybeh: detailed planning scheme (3500 dunums).

18. Rammun: detailed planning scheme (2600 dunums).

19. Kafr-el Dik: detailed planning scheme (1600 dunums).

20. Beit Leid: detailed planning scheme (1900 dunums).

21. Najah University staff housing scheme (92 dunums).

22. Master plan for the Faculty of Science & Technology/Abu Dis.

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Housing, Architecture and Building Engineering
 1. Ramallah Commercial Center, Ramallah: This building will be located in the center of
   Ramallah on the Ramallah-Birzeit road. It will house three commercial floors, a
   residential tower and an office tower. Underground parking is available in two floors.
   Preliminary design was completed in 1986.

 2. Najah University Staff Housing Project, Nablus: This project is located east of Nablus
   and provides housing for faculty and staff at Najah National University. The scheme
   consists of 174 dwellings on about 93 dunums. The scheme provides for 96
   semi-detached units and 78 apartments in 52 buildings. The scheme also provides for
   gardens and other public facilities.

 3. Knitting Factory Building, Beitlehem: This building will be located in Beitlehem on the
   main Jerusalem- Hebron road. The proposed building centers around a knitted wear
   factory. In addition it provides facilities for commercial stores and show rooms as well as
   offices on the upper levels. The building consists of 5-floors and has a total area of
   approximately 3250 m .

 4. Augusta Victoria Hospital, Jerusalem: Design of the mechanical, heating and
   solar-assisted domestic hot water system for the proposed extension of the main building.

 5. The Holy Land Hotel, Jerusalem: Review of design and supervision of construction of
   the mechanical, heating and air-conditioning system.

 6. The College of Science and Technology, Abu Dis: Final design for the entire third floor
   of the main building including architectural layout, structural, mechanical and electrical
   detailed designs and supervision of construction. (Total Area 3380 m2).

 7. Anabta Municipality Building, Anabta: Complete redesign of the proposed
   Municipality building including all services (Total Area 2860 m2).

 8. Ideis Commercial Center, Hebron: Design of a multi-functional multi-storey building
   housing a textile factory, commercial center, car park and office tower. (Total Area 6000

 9. An evaluation and appraisal of the cooperative housing activities in the Inland
   Palestinian region during the last twenty years.

10. Development of the Gaza Municipality Central Market (Suk Firas): A feasibility study
  and preparation of alternative conceptual and preliminary plans for the development of the
  Central Market of Gaza.

11. Al-Ahmadieh School, Akka: Renovation and upgrading of Al-Ahmadiya School
  facilities at Al Jazzar Mosque - Akka.

12. The Model Comprehensive School of Hebron University: Redesign and preparation of
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  Tender Documents for the proposed school (Total area 5500 m2).

13. Educational and housing facilities of the Arab Development Society, Jericho: A
  feasibility study for the construction of an agricultural training center and housing
  facilities for students and staff. The project include the preparation of detailed designs
  and tender documents for the construction of a 1500m2 building for an agricultural
  training program and the renovation of 8 staff housing units, 5 student dormitories and the
  Society's dining hall and other facilities. CEP is also responsible for supervision of
  construction works.

14. The Jordan Chemical Laboratory Factory, Beit Jala: The project involved the
  expansion of the existing factory building by constructing three additional floors with a
  total area of approximately 3500m2. CEP was also responsible for supervision of
  construction works.

15. The Arab Insurance Company Building, Nablus: CEP provided engineering
  supervision services for the project which involved the construction of a 10-stories
  building including shops, offices, multi-purpose hall, a hotel, a restaurant and many other

16. Al Yasmeen Residential Complex, El Bireh: CEP provided supervision and
  management services for the project which involved the construction of 45 apartments,
  with a total built-up area of about 6000 m2 and a total cost of approximately JD 2.5

17. Al Adel Office Building, Nablus: CEP provided design, supervise and management
  services for the project which involved the expansion of the existing building by adding
  four floors with a total area of about 1500m2, including offices, multi-purpose halls and a
  roof restaurant.

18. Al-Alami Commercial Center, Jericho: Detailed design and documents preparation for
  the building, which included stores, offices, restaurant, parking and other facilities. (Total
  area 2500m2).

19. Kalandia Girls School/UNRWA, Jerusalem: Detailed design and documents
  preparation. (Area 2000m2).

20. Blind Girls School, El-Bireh: Detailed and documents preparation for the building,
  which includes classrooms, offices, boarding wards and other facilities. (Total area

21. Jerusalem Cigarette Company, El-Ezariyyeh: Expansion of the facilities of the
  Jerusalem Cigarette Company Factory in El-Ezariyyeh.

22. Arab Investors Company, El-Ezariyyeh: Renovation of the headquarters office building
  of the Arab Investors Co. in El-Ezariyyeh.

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23. Jericho Motels Project, Jericho:
  Jericho Tourist Village, design and
  supervision of a 48 dunum site
  including a 100-room hotel, 45 cottages,
  indoor and outdoor dining facilities,
  swimming pools, water slides, lake and
  various other facilities.

24. SAMED Commercial and Residential
  Development, Gaza: This major
  investment project consists of two
  towers with a combined total floor area
  of approximately 30000 square meters.
  Each tower consists of 15 stories above
  ground with a common underground

25. Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, Gaza: The new premises of the Ministry of
  Economy, Trade and Industry in Gaza will be housed in a building with an ultimate total
  floor area of about 7500 square meters in 15 stories. The Ministry‟s premises will be
  accommodated in the lower 4 stories, which will constitute the first phase in the building
  construction. The design for this building has been completed in association with Jafar
  Toukan and Partners of Amman, Jordan.

26. Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, Abu Dis: The new headquarters of the
  Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry will be housed in a building with a total floor
  area of approximately 5000 square meters in five stories located in Abu Dis. The design
  has been completed in association with Jafar Tukan and Partners of Amman, Jordan.

27. SAMED Cultural and Commercial Center, Jericho: This project is located in the
  proximity of Jericho‟s town center on 8 dunums of land. The building has a four stories
  structure built around a series of open inner courtyards. An array of attached shops run
  along the building unified by a covered arcade. The total floor area is approximately
  22000 square meters. The building will also house the new Municipality building, a
  museum, a library and a multi-purpose hall. The preliminary design has been carried out
  with Jafar Tukan and Partners of Amman, Jordan.

28. Palestine Securities Exchange (PSE), Nablus: CEP prepared tender documents,
  general conditions, technical specifications, bills of quantities and drawings for the
  finishing works of the PSE Project in Nablus, with a total area of about 1000m2. The
  project included the following sections: administration, accounting, exchange hall,
  training hall for customers, archives and photocopying, central computer, services and
  storing. Detailed drawings prepared for the following works: architectural works which
  included the removal of some existing walls and the new design of the PSE, mechanical
  works and air-conditioning, electrical works, distribution boards and the installation of a
  generator, burglar and fire alarm systems and communication systems and computers. All
  design works were completed in 45 days. CEP staff supervised all works, in addition to
  advertising the project for tendering, evaluating and analyzing costs from contractors and
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  making recommendations to the owner. CEP staff also did the direct supervision on the
  quality and accuracy of implementation of different work.         The duration the
  implementation period was 40 days.

29. Commercial Bank of Palestine, Gaza Branch: CEP prepared tender documents,
  general conditions, technical specifications, bills of quantities and drawings for the
  finishing works of the Commercial Bank of Palestine Project in Gaza, with a total area of
  about 200m2. The project included the following sections: administration, meeting hall,
  and different bank sections such as current balance, deposits and others, iron safe and
  services. Detailed drawings and specifications were prepared for the following:
  architectural works, mechanical works and air-conditioning, electrical works, telephone
  lines and computers, security systems against burglar and fire. All design works were
  completed in two weeks. CEP staff supervised the implementation of the work with the
  owner and did the revision and approval of bills presented by the contractor. The duration
  of the project was two months.

30. Falcon Project, Palestine: CEP provided design, supervision and management services
  for the project, which involves construction and rehabilitation of about 12
  telecommunication centers in the Inland and Coastal regions of Palestine. The works
  include preparation of design drawings, architectural, electromechanical for the operations
  centers, the tower assessment, radio frequency interference study and other works.

31. Palestine International Bank, Ramallah: CEP provided design of the electro-
  mechanical works. The bank is a five-story building with 2500 m2 total area including
  basement floor, administration area, offices, vault area, computer and communication area
  with all related security works and requirements.

32. Abu Dis Girls School, Abu Dis: CEP prepared all the detailed plans and complete
  documents for the construction and finishing of the school, and also prepared full tender
  documents including specifications and bills of quantities. The overall built-up area is
  approximately 4760 m2 which included the following facilities: class rooms for all
  educational phases, multi- purpose hall with a back stage, laboratories, computer lab,
  domestic work shop facilities, administration facility areas in addition to other facilities
  such as sporting and play grounds, parking area and greenery spaces.

33. Al-Mazra’a El-Qibliya Elementary Girls School, Ramallah: CEP performed the
  detailed architectural, structural and electro-mechanical design and tender documents
  including specification and bills of quantities for project with a built-up area of 1300m2
  with 10 classrooms and 36 students in each. The total construction cost of the school is
  estimated to be US$ 600 000.

34. Seida Primary School for Boys, Tulkarm: CEP prepared all the detailed plans and
  completes tender documents for the construction and finishing of the school. The total
  proposed built-up area is 1140 m2 with 12 classrooms and 36 students in each. The
  building consists of two floors 12 classrooms school with all needed spaces and services

35. Qalqilya secondary school for Girls, Qalqilya: CEP prepared all the detailed plans and
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  completes tender documents for the construction and finishing of the school. The total
  proposed built-up area is 1445 m2 the building consists of 3 floors. A 12-classroom
  school with all needed spaces and services required including educational and technical

36. Al Awdeh City Housing Project, Gaza: The project
  comprises about 2500 residential units and related
  public facilities, on a land area of about 141 dunums
  located between A-Nasr Street and the North Shore of
  the City of Gaza. In the course of achieving its design
  objectives, CEP carried out a detailed analysis of the
  project site, prepared and completed the required
  architectural and engineering designs for buildings,
  roads, water distribution, stormwater drainage,
  sewage collection and disposal and electrical and
  telecommunications facilities. Client: Al Nsour Co.
  Ltd. for Trade, Industry Contracting, 1995.

37. PWA Offices Building, Gaza: Works included
  engineering design and construction management of a
  3-story building of 1200 m2 total area.

38. Construction of School Facilities for Basic
  Education in the West Bank: Center for Engineering and Planning is the Co-Consultant of
  Mohri, Architect and Associates, Inc. Tokyo, Japan (MAAI) for the above cited project. The
  project encompasses the construction of 25 schools with total area of 54,000.00 m 2 located
  all over the West Bank. MAAI is the official Consultant of the Ministry of Education, the
  Palestinian Authority. The project is financed under Japan‟s Grant Aid through Japan
  International Cooperation Agency (JICA). It is planned to implement the project in three
  phases. Phase one, which encompasses 11 schools, is under construction at present in
  Hebron District. The other two phases are at design stage at present. CEP is offering
  advisory services such as: general advisory (provision of information necessary for the
  implementation of the project including collection, interpretation limited translation, and
  provision of relevant documents if required), liaison office function, soil investigations,
  obtaining building permits, supervising electrical, mechanical and civil works. Client:
  Ministry of Education, 2000.

39. The Extension of School Facilities in the West Bank: The consultancy services
  provided by CEP included the preparation of detailed designs, complete tender documents
  for the implementation of extension of five school buildings located in five villages west
  of Nablus. CEP also provided partial supervision on implementation services. Client:
  ANEARA, 2000.

40. Schools Construction and Expansion Project, Dura District, Hebron Governorate:
  Construction management for the construction of 5 new schools (total 58 classrooms) and
  expansion of 4 existing schools (total 27 class rooms). Total project area is approximately
  10,000m2. Project cost US$ 4,500,000. Client: USAID through Mercy Corps/ West Bank
  & Gaza.

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Water Sector Projects and Environmental Studies
 1. Beach Camp Gaza Sewage Pumping Station: The project included the detailed design
   of a sewage pumping station for the Beach
   Refugee Camp and the northern part of Gaza City.
   The system components included a pumping
   station including structural and electro-mechanical
   configuration and a pressure sewer line connecting
   the new station to pumping station # 2 in the
   southern part of Gaza City. Client: UNRWA,

 2. Jabalia Refugee Camp Sewage Collection and Effluent Disposal System: Design and
   supervision of the construction of a sewage collection network for the Jabalia Refugee
   Camp in the Gaza Strip. The Camp is built on an area of about 1,315 dunums and has a
   population of approximately 52,000. The estimated length of the network is about 45 km.
   Client: UNDP, 1989.

 3. Jabalia Refugee Camp stormwater Drainage Network: The project included the
   preliminary and detailed designs and tender documentation for the construction of a
   stormwater drainage system including the definition of catchment areas, sewage networks,
   collection and disposal systems. Client: UNRWA, 1990.

 4. Gaza Middle Camps Sewage Treatment: The project involved preparing a feasibility
   study for the sewage collection, treatment and disposal for the Maghazi, El-Bureij and
   Nuseirat Camps. Client: UNRWA, 1989.

 5. Gaza City Rainwater Conservation Project: Preliminary designs for the project were
   prepared some ten years ago. The first phase of the project included the initial excavation
   for the reservoir and the construction of the settling basin was completed in 1989. CEP
   was commissioned by ANERA to review the initial designs and specifications for the
   project and to make recommendations concerning the measures that need to be taken
   before further implementation is carried out by the Municipality, particularly regarding
   the implementation of the recharge phase. CEP carried out detailed daily monitoring of
   the performance of the various project components including the settling basin, the
   collection pond, the stormwater collection conduits and the sewer manholes that most
   directly impacted the stormwater system. CEP produced several technical reports on the
   general performance of the system including operation and maintenance aspects and it
   participated in all the discussions relating to the future development and expansion of the
   project. Client: ANERA, 1989-1994.

 6. Pipes and Fittings Rehabilitation Project-Khan Younis and the Eastern Towns /
   Service Improvement Project for Water and Wastewater Systems in the Gaza Strip: In
   this project, CEP staff had prepared a detailed design and tender documents for the
   rehabilitation of distribution networks in 11 municipalities located in Deir Al-Albalah and
   Khan Younis governorates. The project comprises the installation of 6” and 4” UPVC
   and 50mm MDPE pipes totaling to 70kms with all relevant house connections and
   fittings. CEP staff has supervised the implementation of all the components of this
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 project. Client: LEKA, 1997-1998.

7. Khan Younis Water Supply and Distribution Master Plan: CEP conducted a thorough
  assessment of the existing Khan Younis municipal water
  supply and distribution system including the supply wells, the
  water reservoirs and elevated pressure tanks and the
  distribution network. Based on this assessment study, CEP
  carried out thorough network analyses under various
  operational configurations, proposed master plans for the
  system development to meet the projected supply/demand
  configuration for the years 2010 and 2025. In addition to this
  assessment study, a rehabilitation scheme for all of these
  components was carried out. These components include; six
  wells, four water storage tanks, two booster-pumping stations
  and the distribution network. According to the recommended
  rehabilitation scheme for the storage tanks, the detailed
  design and tender documents were prepared for refurbishment of the two ground tanks of
  2,000 m3 and 1,000 m3 capacities. The refurbishment works comprised the floating
  valves, control valves, ladders, applying sealant materials to prevent leakage, valve
  chambers, fencing, internal and access roads. CEP has prepared detailed designs and
  tender documents for two new elevated water tanks with 400 m3 capacity each at Ayya
  and Ma‟an sites with 40 m and 29 m height, respectively. Also, CEP has prepared
  detailed design and tender documents for
  rehabilitation of Amal, Ahrash, Sa‟ada,
  Ayya, Eastern and Southern wells and
  Sa‟ada and central reservoir pumping
  stations with all related civil and
  electromechanical works. Additionally, a
  distribution network analyses was
  conducted and detailed designs and tender
  documents for installing 66 km of pipe
  works of 350 mm to 50 mm diameters
  were prepared. Client: UNDP, 1995

8. The Water Sector Strategic Planning Study: The overall objectives of the Study are to
  provide a sound basis and a program for short-to medium term investment projects within
  the framework of a water sector investment program and Palestinian economic
  development objectives. The Strategic Plan will draw together various local and sub-
  sectoral plans and, where appropriate, will identify multi-objective and regional solutions.
  The project is carried out in association with Carl Bro International a/s (lead firm),
  Societe du Canal de Provence and Chemonics International. Client: The World Bank,

9. Service Improvement Program for Water and Wastewater Systems in the Gaza Strip:
  This World Bank/Palestinian Water Authority (PWA) Project will provide technical and
  financial assistance to the various municipalities and other agencies involved in the
  development, operation and maintenance of water and wastewater systems and facilities.
  The major tasks of the project include capital investments to upgrade existing system
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  component and construct new ones, develop and enhance institutions structures and
  capacities through training and human resources development and ultimately establish a
  regional utility responsible for the water sector in the entire coastal region. Client:
  Lyonnaise des Eaux, 1996.

10. Jabalia Refugee Camp Water Distribution Network: The project included the
  preliminary and detailed designs and tender documents for the construction of a water
  distribution system for the Jabalia Refugee Camp comprising the piping network, water
  reservoirs and pumping stations. The estimated cost of the project is approximately US$
  1,600,000. Client: UNRWA, CEP 1990.

11. Water Storage Facilities Assessment and
  Refurbishment / Service Improvement Project for
  Water and Wastewater Systems in the Gaza Strip:
  Tasks will comprise preliminary and detailed
  visual inspection, in situ testing (both non-
  destructive and destructive) and sampling,
  laboratory testing and detailed inspection The
  newly launched project involves the preparation of
  an engineering assessment of existing water
  storage facilities throughout the Coastal Region of Palestine, the feasibility of their
  refurbishment and the tender documents for refurbishment, in addition to supervision in
  chief during implementation. Early stages imply data collection regarding the sites,
  boundaries, structural elements particulars, environmental impacts, construction dates and
  stages, stresses to which the structures have been subjected to, and others. Available
  designs, technical specifications, construction tests results and previous investigations
  results will be reviewed. Site inspection of concrete elements. Detailed designs and
  tender documents for repair of structural, hydraulic and miscellaneous components will be
  carried out at the engineering package stage. Client: PWA-LEKA, 1998.

12. Network Efficiency Improvement and District Metering Implementation / Service
  Improvement Project for Water and Wastewater Systems in the Gaza Strip: The newly
  launched project aims at enabling water balance and efficiency assessments to be
  performed on districts accurately enough to enable anomalies to be investigated and
  corrected. The direct objective is to improve the hydraulic efficiency of the water system,
  in the Coastal Region of Palestine, targeting at a minimum of 70% by August 2000.
  Work will be carried out by GKW of Germany in association with CEP and will involve
  producing detailed designs and tender documents for a zonal metering system for the
  entire Coastal Region, and preparation of a report on how the system currently operates
  and of proposals for how it would operate under a system of district metering. The same
  phase will include the perpetration of a plan for each district metering area, for a total of
  about 150 DMAs. Following the design phase the DMAs system will be commissioned
  and managed through a software package that will be developed, installed and provided to
  take the logger data, production meter data and customer meter data. Also leak detection
  equipment will be installed. Work will also involve the provision of appropriate training
  program for the local staff involved. After the DMAs integrity checks, data collection,
  processing and interpretation will follow, and technical analysis of sources of
  unaccounted- for-water will be performed, and recommendations will be prepared. Client:
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  PWA-LEKA, 1998.

13. Rehabilitation of Gaza Water Wells: The project included the preparation detailed
  designs and tender documents for upgrading a
  total of 46 municipal water wells scattered all
  over the Gaza Strip. The project‟s activities
  encompassed preparation design of all required
  civil and electromechanical works accompanied
  by the detailed bill of quantities and general and
  particular specifications for construction and
  finishing works. The project requirements
  range from the need to construct nearly a
  complete building and mechanical works to
  changing only the water meter in some cases. Client: Degremont, 1996.

14. Ramallah District Sewage Management Conceptual Master Plan: This master plan,
  was carried out as a joint-venture project with Plan-center Ltd., a Finnish consulting firm.
  The objective of the study was to formulate a conceptual master plan that defined the
  sewage systems of the localities of the Ramallah District. The study incorporated the
  locations and types of sewage facilities that needed to be constructed and/or rehabilitated
  together with investment cost estimates and recommendations for phasing of the work.
  Recommendations regarding the required institutional arrangements to ensure efficient
  operation, maintenance and financial viability of the system were also developed. Client:
  UNDP, 1996.

15. Master Plan of the Water Supply Network of the Jerusalem Water Undertaking /
  Ramallah District: The objective of the study is to develop a Master Plan for the
  distribution network of the JWU. The planning period is year 2030. It will be carried out,
  starting July 1998, by SCP-SAFEGE of France associated with CEP of Palestine. Initial
  phase will involve surveying, assessments, designs and recommendations regarding the
  existing distribution networks. Planning and design bases for the future water supply
  development of the localities within the service area are to be defined. Works will involve
  also the preparation of conceptual designs for pipelines and other components, and
  presentation of output by maps, reports and an investment plan. Client: PWA-JWU, 1998.

16. Master Plan for Sewage Collection and Treatment for Dura Municipality: The
  development objective of the project was to create a new sanitary system (collection and
  treatment) which will consequently improve the general environmental conditions of the
  study area (Dura town). Activities involved the preparation of a master plan of sewage
  collection network, schematic layout of the appropriate treatment technology,
  construction cost estimate for the collection network and treatment facilities including
  phasing of implementation, and operation and maintenance manual for the proposed
  system. Client: Dura Municipality, 1999.

17. Wadi Fara’a Irrigation Project: The project entailed replacing the existing network of
  open canals and ditches by a welded steel pipe system. It consists of a network of primary
  and secondary pipelines totaling 50 kilometers in length with pipe diameters ranging from
  150 mm to 700 mm. The cost of the project, funded by the Arab Fund for Economic &
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  Social Development, was approximately 10 million U.S. dollars. The supervision of
  construction of this project was carried out jointly by and the Center for Engineering &
  Planning Jouzy & Partners. Client: Wadi Fara‟a Irrigation Committee/AFESD, 1988.

18. Duyuk Water Distribution and Irrigation Project: The aim of this project was to
  upgrade the existing open-channel irrigation conveyance system and to install an efficient
  domestic pipeline conveyance system for three
  communities in Jericho Area. CEP conducted a
  comprehensive study and assessment about the
  performance of the existing the spring). CEP
  prepared the detailed designs and tender documents
  for the components of the new system: settling
  basin, pumping station, chlorinating unit, 250 m3
  capacity circular storage reservoir, distribution
  network and upgrading the existing open-channel
  irrigation system. CEP also conducted the supervision of the construction stage. Client:
  UNDP, 1990.

19. Balata Refugee Camp Sewage Collection and Water Distribution Networks: An
  investigation of the existing status of the water distribution and sewage collection network
  in the camp revealed that both networks suffer serious damages resulting in severe
  contamination of the potable water supply. A detailed design was prepared to reconstruct
  and rehabilitate most of the sewage system components and part of the water networks
  components. Client: UNDP, 1992.

20. El-Bireh/Dir Dibwan Sewage Collection, Treatment and Reuse: This ANERA-assisted
  project included assessment and preliminary design work for the expansion of El-Bireh
  sewage collection network, the construction of a pilot wastewater treatment plant,
  convergence of the treated wastewater to the nearby town of Dir Dibwan and using the
  combined treated effluent for irrigation. The distance between El-Bireh treatment plant
  and the storage reservoir at Dir Dibwan is about 9 km. The project will irrigate around
  2500 dunums. Client: ANERA, 1994.

21. Jifna/Birzeit Sewage Project: This ANERA-assisted project included assessment and
  preliminary design for collecting and treating the sewage by the communities of Birzeit,
  Jifna, Ein Sinia, Dura Al Qare‟ and the Jalazon Refugee Camp north of Ramallah/El
  Bireh. The project involved sewage collection from the five communities and treating the
  collected wastewater for irrigation, purposes Client: ANERA, 1993.

22. Ramallah Municipal Sewage Treatment Facility: Review of a proposed design and
  preparation of an alternative concept design for the upgrading and expansion of the
  existing Municipal Sewage Treatment Facility and recommendation for reuse of the
  treated wastewater. The study included financial analysis of the proposed system. Client:
  ANERA/USAID, 1993.

23. West Bank Water and Sanitation Project: This ongoing study is being carried out as a
  joint - venture project with Plan-center Ltd., Finnish consulting firm. The objective of the
  study is to design a sound investment plan of priority for approximately 100 water and
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  wastewater schemes, in the West Bank suitable for European Investment Bank (EIB) and
  other donors financing. It will also provide plans for the necessary technical assistance
  for the successful implementation and operation of the schemes. Client: PWA-EIB, 1998.

24. Upgrading of the Hebron Sewerage System: The aim of the study was to provide the
  Municipality of Hebron with a well-formulated technical advice on the most appropriate
  treatment technology and reuse potential. Recommendations on the required institutional
  structure for the efficient operation, maintenance and overall management of the sewage
  and sanitation facilities in the city were provided. The investment and recurrent costs for
  the proposed treatment system as well as a tariff system were prepared. The study was
  carried out in association with Plan-center of Finland. Client: UNDP, 1996.

25. Expansion and Development of Tulkarm
  Sewage Network: The project consisted of three
  main sections. Firstly, the design of the gravity
  line, of a diameter of 400 mm and length of
  2,600 m. Secondly, the design of the pumping
  station including all the mechanical and electrical
  details. Thirdly, the design of the pressurized
  line, consisting of a 300 mm diameter steel pipes
  of a length of 4,500 m. The project is now under
  construction by the Municipality. Client: Tulkarm Municipality 1991.

26. Updating the Plans for Abu Dees and Ezarieh Sewerage Project: Detailed designs and
  tender documents for the sewage collection and treatment system, for Abu Dees, Ezarieh,
  As Sawahreh Ash Sharqiyyeh and Ez Z‟ayem, were prepared earlier by another
  Consultant. The project objectives were to update the technical solutions and alternatives
  and cost estimates and to develop performance indicators (cost/benefit, socioeconomic,
  environmental, political, etc.). Activities were carried out by NORDIC Consulting Group
  of Norway and CEP, and involved comprehensive review of technical designs and cost
  estimates, and review of the conceptual design for various system components, including
  providing advice on the most feasible technical solutions for the treatment of wastewater
  collected from Ezarieh and Ez Z‟ayem areas. Client: PWA and NORAD, 1999.

27. West Bank Municipal Services Project-Water Resources Program: In the
  extraordinary undertaking, CEP is partnering and actively involved with a consortium of
  international and regional firms which include Camp Dresser & McKee International Inc.
  (CDM). The Morganti Group Inc., Harza Environmental Services, Chemonics
  International Inc. and Associated Consulting Engineers (ACE). The project is funded and
  administered by the US Agency for International Development (USAID). This multi-
  faceted project aims to assess, plan the long-term sustainability and develop water
  resources and supply in the West Bank, particularly in relation to the eastern aquifer
  system. Specifically, the project encompasses the installation of monitoring and
  production wells, water transmission and pumping facilities, system designs, feasibility
  studies, groundwater and surface water modeling and master planning for development,
  operation and management of water resources and supply. The project cost is estimated
  to be approximately US$ 40 million. Client: USAID, 1996-1999.

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28. Jenin Villages Water
  Works: The objective of the
  engineering task for the
  ongoing project is to
  supervise the installation
  water distribution networks
  for 11 villages located west
  of Jenin city in the Inland
  Region of Palestine. CEP
  engineering services are
  hired by Save the Children
  Federation and ANERA
  organization which are
  awarded to carry out all
  activities related to this
  project. The project encompasses installation of more than 90 km of high-density
  polyethylene pipes of diameters ranging from 32 mm up to 350 mm, with all necessary
  fitting, valves and house connections. The CEP tasks include pre-qualification of
  potential contractors, bidding and selection of contractors and construction management.
  The project cost is estimated to be approximately US$ 7 millions. Client: PWA-USAID,

29. The Palestinian Water Tariff Study: The project aims at formulating a water demand
  management policy that will use pricing as a tool to encourage water conservation and to
  economically provide sustainable water supply and wastewater services. This study is
  being conducted in association with Norconsult International, Nordic Consulting Group
  (NCG) and the Institute for Applied Social Science (FAFO). The objective of the study is
  to provide a generally applicable tool for the determination of concrete tariffs for
  municipal water supply wastewater collection services, use of reclaimed wastewater and
  irrigation. A socio-economic survey to determine the affordability and willingness to pay
  for water and sewerage services will be conducted in two residential areas in the West
  Bank and Gaza. This survey will form the basis for determining the “basic need” for
  water supply and sewerage services at a price that will be affordable to the more
  disadvantaged households. Client: The Norwegian Government, 1997-1998.

30. Water Resources Comprehensive Master Plan: The objective is to develop a
  comprehensive and realistic plan to achieve sustainable long-term water supply for the
  West Bank and the Gaza Strip for meeting the water demands of the years 2000,2020 and
  2040. Client: USAID-PWA, 1997.

31. Tulkarm Master Plan Study: The study involved preparing a comprehensive urban
  development plan for the Greater Municipal Tulkarm Area comprising the urban town of
  Tulkarm and the villages of Shuweikeh, Irtah, Thinnabeh and the Tulkarm refugee camp,
  with a total combined population of about 35,000. It proposed land use and zoning plan
  up to the year 2005 along with all supporting documentation, regulations and plan
  implementation programs, as well as master plans for the proposed road network, water
  supply and distribution and sewage collection, treatment and disposal. Client: Tulkarm
  Municipality, 1985.
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32. Dura Solid Waste Management: The project involved preparation of a master plan for
  solid waste management for the town of Dura and the surrounding villages of Deir El
  'Asal Et Tahta, At Tabaqa, Khursa and Al Kum (Al Kum, Al Mwarriq and Beit Maqdum)
  in Hebron Governorate. Work included evaluation of the existing services, preparation of
  feasibility study and provision of recommendations and suggestions on operating,
  managing and maintaining the system's facilities (dump site, transport and collection).
  Recommendations covered tariff and cost recovery systems, different alternatives for
  management system with indication of the most efficient, and improving the existing
  dump site. An environmental impact assessment was also conducted and cost estimates
  for the systems components were prepared. Client: SCF, 1999.

33. Palestine Environmental Emergency Response Contingency Plan: Developing
  environmental emergency response capabilities in Palestine in three phases: I) National
  and regional contingency plan; II) Institutional and capacity building plan; and III)
  Equipment and training. Activities are being carried out by ECODIT of USA and CEP.
  Phase I involved assessment of opportunities and preparation of recommendations for a
  National and Regional Contingency Plan in Palestine. In Phase II, the work team assisted
  the Ministry of Environmental Affairs (MEnA) to establish an Emergency Response Unit
  (ERU) and assessed capacity building needs (equipment and training) to support the
  emergency planning process launched in Phase I. During Phase III (ongoing), ECODIT
  and CEP will help strengthen Palestinian emergency response capabilities through the
  targeted supply of basic emergency response equipment. Client: PECDAR, MEnA and the
  World Bank.

34. Master Plans for the Towns of Biting, Tubas, Salfeet, Yabad, Qabatia and Anabta :
  Comprehensive development plans for 6 medium-sized municipalities included
  assessment of land use, land tenure, and physical and institutional infrastructure;
  assessment of needs and development potentials assessment and revision of existing
  planning laws and regulations; and plan implementation programs. Client: The
  municipalities of the six towns, 1985-1992.

35. Master Plan Studies for 50 Villages: Comprehensive land use and zoning plans
  including the preparation of all documentation, regulations, and implementation
  programs. The studies involved preparation of appropriate photo-grammetric maps,
  household surveys, field investigations and in-depth assessments of needs and
  development potentials. Client: Village Councils, 1984-1994.

36. Ein As-Sultan Irrigation Rehabilitation Project: Construction management for Ein
  As-Sutlan rehabilitation project which include the following components:
               Installation of 35 km in length UPVC pipes in for main branches complete
              with all accompanying irrigation outlets.
               All associated manholes, hydrant boxes, surface boxes, valve chambers
               Construction of pumping facility at the spring site including all necessary
              electromechanical equipment (pumps, diesel generator).

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    The project cost is US$ 2.5 millions.
    Client: IFAD through ANERA, 2000

37. Ein As-Sultan Refuge Camp Water Distribution System: Construction management for
  Ein As Sultan refuge camp water distribution system which include the following
      Construction of water reservoir with capacity of 750 m3.
      Construction of the transmission line (from the spring up to the reservoir.
      Construction of the water distribution networks.
      Rehabilitation of the existing pumping station.
      Construction of the house connections and house holds.
   The project encompasses installation of abut 15 km of high density polyethylene
   pipes of diameters ranging form 20mm up to 250mm with all the necessary fittings,
   valves, house connections and house holds components.
   The project cost is about US$ 1.2 million client: PWA – USAID (2000).

38. Ramallah & Al Bireh District Sewage Management Master Plan- Bridging Project:
  The immediate objectives of the project are to facilitate and speed up the establishment of
  the Central Regional Water Supply and Sewerage Undertaking (CWSSU), assist in
  coordinating the physical developments taking place during the interim period, and
  develop training plans to be utilized by the WSSUS after establishment. The newly
  launched project will be carried out by Plancenter Ltd. in association with CEP. It was
  initiated in accordance with the recommendations of the Conceptual Master Plan for
  Sewerage Management in Ramallah District (CMPSM), prepared in 1996, since studies
  under the CMPSM showed that the existing sewerage situation needed urgent
  improvement. Client: UNDP, 1999-2001.

39. Municipal Solid Waste Management Project: The principal objective is to build
  operational capacity for improved management of solid waste [collection, transport, and
  disposal] in the West Bank. The project focused on two pilot areas: the northern region
  (Jenin and surrounding villages) and southern region (Hebron and surrounding village)
  both of approximately 500,000 capita.
 The tasks of the project are: 1) Carry out an assessment of the existing institutional
 environment and organizational capacities for the Ministry of Environmental Affairs,
 Ministry of Local Government, relevant municipalities and the Joint Services Councils;
 2) Provide recommendations for the implementation of a solid waste management
 investment project; 3) Organizational development at targeted beneficiaries; and 4)
 technical assistance and training in current SWM methods.
 As part of the project, the Consultant Team prepared manuals and procedural guidelines
 and conducted many training sessions related to legal / regulatory framework,
 institutional/ organizational framework and project implementation in Integrated Solid
 Waste Management Program (ISWMP).
 The project was carried out in association with SADAT Associates Inc. and ECODIT of

40. Operation and Maintenance Support to the Common Services Council in Northern
  Gaza: The assignment is a full support in the O&M of water and wastewater systems in
  Gaza North Governorate. The activities covered the day to day assistance in the O&M,
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  the development of O&M manuals and records, comprehensive training program for all
  levels of staff, the assessment of safety measures applied at the water and wastewater
  facilities and recommended actions to be taken, the development of a reporting system in
  addition to creating database. Client PWA, 2001.

41. Fixed Assets Valuation for the JWU and Al Bireh Municipality: The main objective of
  the Project is to establish a proper and up-to-date Valued Fixed Assets Registers with
  relevance to the water supply and distribution services provided by Jerusalem Water
  Undertaking (JWU) and with relevance to the wastewater services provided by Al Bireh
  Municipality. The project also aims to ensure a self-reliant and proper updating and
  valuation of the worked out Fixed Assets Register, check the relevant adopted procedures
  and available hardware and software, propose adequate improvement measures including
  required training and acquisition of needed hardware and software packages. It is carried
  out by Sa‟adi Farrage Orfaly (SFO), in association with CEP.

42. Dura Solid Waste Management Project – Hebron: Technical consultancy services for
  Save the Children (SC) and JSC for solid waste in Dura area.
 The objective of this project is to build the institutional capacity for Dura joint services
 council, the works include but not limited to preparation of hands on training for JSC
 and local council in the areas of SW regulation, planning and public awareness,
 preparation of procedural guidelines and operational manuals which include human
 resources management, roles and responsibilities of the JSC, manual on developing
 solid waste collection services, manual on health and safety measures in sanitary
 landfill, safety measures in solid waste collection, public awareness activities,
 guidelines for solid waste management business plan and cost recovery, and operation
 and monitoring of sanitary landfills. For each of the above mentioned guidelines and
 operation manuals training workshops have been held. Client: Save the Children (SC),

43. Irrigation System in the Nuweimeh Village, Jordan Valley: Services included data
  collection, investigations, conceptual and detailed designs, and preparation of tender
  documents for the irrigation system and networks in Nuweimeh village.

44. Erection of Steel Support Structure for Nuweimeh Existing Irrigation System –
  Jericho: Work includes installation of 30 m steel pipeline of 400 mm diameter and a steel
  support of 20 m height for supporting the existing irrigation pipeline over a steep wadi.
  Client: USAID through ANERA / Project Value: US$ 50,000.

45. Zbeidat and Maj Na’jah Water Distribution Networks Water Tanks: Construction
  management services. Construction of 2 concrete water tanks, one 250m3, and the other
  500m3, and installation of distribution networks of 3”-6” steel pipes.

46. Environmental and Social Impact Assessment for Installation of Water Distribution
  Networks at Bidya and Kufr Qallil – Nablus: Work included data collection, scoping
  sessions and preparation of the environmental and social impact assessment report.
  Client: PWA.

47. Design of Halhoul Dump Site: The objectives of the project are to prepare the detailed
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  design and tender documents for 10 dunums dump site, serving the Halhoul area in
  Hebron district. The works include preparation of detailed design for the lining system,
  drainage channels for leachate, channel design for diversion of rainfall, collecting unit for
  leachate, with recommendations for treatment method, and preparation of the BOQ and
  cost estimate. Client: Save the Children (SC).

48. Emergency Employment Generation Program Review Project (EEGP): The project
  purpose is to evaluate the progress made against stated intermediate results of EEGP and
  to access the implemental process highlighting areas for increased efficiencies and
  effectiveness. The consulting aimed to determine project progress (both quantitative and
  qualitative) against objectives and intermediate results, the added value in program
  implementation, to identify the main challenges, concern and how they were tackled, to
  access the developmental impact on the community as a whole. Client: Save the Children

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 Highway and Traffic Engineering
1. Salah Eddin Road Rehabilitation / Gaza: Comprehensive redevelopment design for
  4700m of the northern section of Salah Edditn road between the Beit Lahia and Omar El-
  Mukhtar intersection. The project included the preparation of detailed design and tender
  documents for the following: Geometric and pavement design, traffic design based on 4-
  lane divided highway, design of the main trunks for the sewage collection networks from
  Gaza and Jabalia, stormwater drainage, relocation of overhead high-tension power lines,
  telephone lines and water distribution network. The feasibility of two-level intersection at
  Omar El-Mukhtar intersection was also considered. Client: Municipality of Gaza, 1988.

2. Wadi El Salka Road: Detailed design of 2800 m of the main road in Wadi El Salka. The
  work included the study of different options for stormwater drainage. Client: PECDAR

3. Middle East Regional Transport Study: Local consultant for the project. The objective
  of the study is to provide forecasts of the effect of the Peace Process on the regional
  traffic corridors for the years 2000,2010 and 2020. Client: European Communities, 1996.

4. Future Transportation Infrastructure Needs for the Palestinian People in the West
  Bank and Gaza Strip: A comprehensive study presenting a general description of the
  evaluation of the transportation sectors in Palestine and analysis the existing
  transportation infrastructure in the Occupied Palestinian Territory. The study also
  proposes guidelines for developing a transportation system for the future Independent
  State of Palestine covering road, rail, sea, air and public transportation networks and
  related industries including a corridor connecting the inland region with the coastal
  region. Client: United Nations Center for Human Settlement, (Habitat), 1989.

5. Village Access Roads (Inland Region): Comprehensive design for rehabilitation and
  maintenance of existing village access roads, widening of 3 m roads to 6 m roads, and the
  construction of new roads. The work includes geometric and pavement design,
  intersection details, retaining walls and culverts design and drainage. The total length of
  access roads in the project is about 180km. Client: PECDAR, 1994.

6. Salfeet Road Network: Final design and working drawings for the proposed internal
  roads 47km. The work included detailed geometric and pavement design, traffic design,
  intersection details and preparation of tender documents. In addition, the project included
  substantial quantities of retaining walls, culverts and water distribution, stormwater,
  drainage and sewerage networks.

7. Tulkarm - Shweikeh Connector: Detailed design of a 120m 4-lane divided road from
  Tulkarm to Shweikeh access. The work included geometric and pavement design, traffic
  design, intersection details and design of main sewage collection and stormwater drainage
  trucks. Client: Municipality of Tulkarm, 1987.

8. Anabta Main Road: Comprehensive design for 1800m 4-lane divided highway between
  Nablus and Tulkarm running through the town of Anabta. The work included detailed
  geometric and pavements design, traffic design, intersection details and preparation of
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   tender document. Client: Municipality of Anabta, 1989.

  9. Illar-Kufr Rai’-Arrameh Road: Detailed
    design for two-lane connector road linking
    the districts of Jenin and Tulkarm in the
    northern part of the Inland region at the
    villages of Kuf Rai‟ and Illar. The total
    length of the road is about 7500m. The
    work included detailed geometric and
    pavement design, retaining walls and
    culverts, and full supervision of
    construction. Client: UNDP, 1994.

 10. Al-Ram Main Road: Detailed design of
   3100m of the main road in Al-Ram. The
   work included geometric and pavement
   design, traffic design, intersection details,
   tender documents and overall sites
   supervision.     Client: Al-Ram Village
   Council, 1986.

 11. Emergency        Road      Rehabilitation
   Program (ERRP): The recently launched
   project is financed by USAID, and
   implemented       by    CH2MHILL,        an
   international     consulting    firm,     in
   coordination with the relevant municipalities. The Project purpose is to acquire quick
   response, road rehabilitation services to restore the affected transportation infrastructure
   in five Palestinian Governorates in the West Bank and Gaza to its original condition. CEP
   has been sub-contracted by CH2MHILL to carry out the construction management
   services for the Project in Ramallah, including Al bireh and Beitunia, Nablus and Jenin.
   The Task Orders under the Project involve complete reconstruction for some roads and
   rehabilitation for others, including milling, patching and repaving, and curbstone
   constructuion. Task Orders also include redesign of some roads. Client: CH2MHILL,
   Project Value: US$10-12 million, 2003.

Jericho: Internal road network masterplan (65km).

Qabatia: Internal road network masterplan (22km).

Tubas: a. Internal road network masterplan (32km).
        b. Traffic plan for the main street.

Silwad: Detailed design of the proposed Silwad-Nabluroad connector (5km).

Azariyyeh/Abu Dis: Internal road network masterplan (62km).

Ya‟bad: Internal road network masterplan (30km).
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Silet El-Dhaher: Internal road network masterplan (33km).

Beit Lid: Internal road network masterplan (24km).

Tel: Internal road network masterplan (25km).

Jabalia: Internal road network for the Jabalia Refugee Camp.

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Industrial Projects

 1. Mineral       Oil     Factory,    Nablus:
   This factory recycles used lubricating oils
   to be reused in trucks and earth moving
   machinery. The existing production line
   was modified to improve efficiency and
   productivity. New equipment was
   installed to increase production capacity.

 2. Gaza Municipality Slaughter House,
   Gaza: A detailed feasibility study of a
   proposed slaughter house with a total
   daily capacity of 170 sheep and goats and 300 cattle. The study included a description of
   the proposed production lines, the requirements of equipment and personnel and
   preliminary design of the buildings and facilities.

 3. Poultry Feed Factory, El-Bireh:
   Extension of the existing factory facilities
   to allow for pelletizing of the different
   feed mixes and to increase the production
   and efficiency of operation. The storage
   capacity of the factory was also increased.
   Automatic control for all production
   processes has been incorporated.

 4. Knitted Wear Factory, Beitlehem: A
   detailed feasibility study of a proposed
   knitted wear factory including a description of the proposed production line, the required
   equipment and personnel and preliminary design of the building requirements.

 5. Vegetable Oil Factory, Amman: The project includes the design and preparation of full
   tender documents for a new factory for the production of ghee and other oil products in
   the Sahab Industrial Estate south of Amman. The project comprises an administration
   building, production lines and buildings storage facilities for raw materials and finished
   products and a complete range of infrastructure and services.

 6. Vegetable and Fruit Cold Storage Facility, Nablus: The project includes the design
   and supervision of the construction of the Nablus municipal cold storage facility
   comprising four storage rooms with a total area of approximately 600 m2, including all
   the required electro-mechanical systems and supporting services.

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