The Deputy of Classification has Awarded ACES a Class1 Contractor Certificate
After a precise analysis from The Deputy of Classification which included lots of study and projects analysis, visits, Auditing and investigation; The Deputy of Classification has awarded ACES a class1 contractor certificate for Electronic works “200 million SAR for one project”. Which includes voice and data transmission, wireless, telephony, satellite, security systems and electronic equipment.
According to the agency of classification standards, there are five classes for contractors in this field, each class indicates the maximum value for one project that the contractor can perform:
Class 5 : 5 Million SAR
Class 4: 15 Million SAR
Class 3: 50 Million SAR
Class 2: 200 Million SAR
Class 1: More than 200 million SAR
The Deputy Ministry for Contractors classification evaluates contractors working in the Kingdom, either in construction or operations and maintenance, in order to grant them a suitable classification according to their abilities. As a result, contractors can compete in bidding for Government contracts according to this classification. This is of great assistance in organising contracting work, to ensure that contractors are capable of executing important projects essential to the development of the national economy.
Contractors classification has become necessary to allow companies to enter bids for Government contracts. Classification specifies the abilities and specialities of the contractor and his financial and managerial situation. The aims of classification are to develop and state the ability to operate in the contracting fields of construction, maintenance and operation, by classifying contractors according to their scientific experience, technical, managerial and financial ability. The speciality of contractors and degree of classification is defined in a way that guarantees the successful execution of contracts, both for the owner and contractor. It prevents the contractor entering into contracts beyond his capabilities and disputes arising between contractors and owners due to the lack of ability to perform according to the terms and requirements of the contract documents.
ACES participates in E-Power 2004 - Exhibition from 22 to 25 November 2004.
ACES is participating in E-Power 2004 - The 2nd International Electricity and Power Generation Exhibition- at Dhahran International Exhibitions Center (Dammam City- Saudi Arabia) from 22 to 25 November 2004. The Exhibition will be held concurrently with the International Exhibition for water Treatment, Pumps, Pipes and Environmental Technologies & services at Dhahran International Exhibitions Center. E-Power will be under the auspices of the Saudi Arabian Ministry of Water and Electricity, Saudi Electricity Company and Saudi Council of Engineers and will be attracting large international participation along with the leading Power and Energy Companies and Organizations from The Region. Our products and services in DC Power Plant Sector will be displayed: (Rectifiers, Inverters and Stationary Batteries). With the cooperation of our international partners: Delta Energy Systems and Oerlikon Stationary Batteries we provide customized Power solutions for Telecom Base Stations, Information Technology (IT), Office Communications, Industrial Automation and Medical Technology. For more information about ACES DC power products, please visit: www.deltaenergysystems.com www.accuoerlikon.com.
ACES became the distributor for QUEST CONTROLS the leader in electronic monitoring and controls in Florida
Quest Controls, Inc. is the source for your Electronic Monitoring, and Control needs engineered for the Telecommunications Industries, Outside Plant and Central Office Applications like, remote monitoring for power and battery capacity, control of main door access, intelligent lead/lag, control and monitoring of HVAC systems, gas monitoring, telephony equipment monitoring, environmental monitoring, generator monitoring, variable speed heat exchanger control, cable pressure and flow monitoring, and tower lighting monitoring and dedicated to helping you succeed in the telecommunications industry since 1989.
ACES & Gamma Projects held a training session at gamma Projects center at UK
An initial step to prepare for the implementation of the total rollout and management software of GAMMA Projects Co. -www.gammaprojects.com- (one of ACES International Partners ) for Saudi Telecom (STC) GSM Network Database, ACES with the coordination of Gamma Projects, held a training session at gamma Projects training center at UK (Newport) . The training period was from June 20 to July 06 2004 . The purpose of training was to provide the correct knowledge to set up all the configuration of Gamma NetOne (GSM Implementation Management System ) for Saudi Telecom (STC) GSM Network.The training was attended by the following Engineers:
1. Khalid Al-Obodie (STC GSM Implementation)
2. Ali Al-Khathami (STC GSM Implementation)
3. Fahad Al-Muharib (STC GSM RF Design)
4. Ibrahim Al-Siarie (STC GSM Transmission)
5. Qusai Syd-Ahmed (ACES)
6. ZHaigam NawaZ (ACES)
7. Mohammed AbdulMalik (ACES)
8. Sultan Al-Mahouq (ACES)
ACES Participates in the 10th international Telecommunication Exhibition
ACES Participates in the 10th international Telecommunication Exhibition (Saudi Communications 2004) from 29th February to 4th march at Riyadh Exhibition Center.
Our Products and services will be displayed at our booth #519 with the cooperation of our international partners: P-COM, Delta Energy Systems, Oerlikon Batteries, Inet and Gamma Projets.