More About Our Company

Introduction Letter

SADACOM was established in the kingdom of Saudi Arabia as a construction contracting Establishment, we start the construction business in 2010.
SADACOM has used innovative ideas and has the best experience engineers who have done projects with modern technology and style.
We provide high quality engineering services; we take utmost care in the safety and design of the venture and clients satisfaction in the motto of our service

SADACOM provides service in the follow sectors:
1- Civil construction turn key
SADACOM Construction activity focuses basically on the development of all types of Civil Works and Building infrastructures, carried out through an extensive group of companies, Civil and Architectural works is also performed by SADACOM. The Establishment engaged in Development of some real estate properties such as buildings, commercial and private villas. SADACOM has a design and construct concept performed by highly skilled individuals, qualified engineers and draftsman’s which result into state of the art designs and structures.
2- Industrial steel buildings construction
Structural steel works which included design of structure, supply of materials and erection. The said works included all structural members and cladding works. The executed projects included complicated steel buildings, shelters, pipe racks, storage areas and plant rooms.

Quality Policy

We, the management and employees of SADACOM, firmly commit ourselves to ensure that all construction projects and services are executed in accordance with contract specifications, drawings, with in greed time frame and with consistent quality level that meet and exceed the clients expectation. We believe that quality is every body’s responsibility, and continuous improvement is the driving force for success, so we also commit ourselves to continually improve the quality of our projects and services by continually monitoring operations and achieving our objectives.
Wissam Al-Tunsi.
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER.


Types of our work

Interior finishing & designs

Finishing works which include all wet and dry finishes such as block works, plaster, painting, tiling, gypsum partitions, false ceilings and marble work
Furniture works where our activities included the supply of major furniture and furnishing for major projects.

Electromechanical works

SADACOM top of the list works includes mechanical work specialized in pipe works for underground pipe lines such as fire fighting pipe lines, underground and surface pipe lines for desalination plants using high quality and durable materials, Having a team of professional and skilled individuals, the group also specialized in pipe line installation for petroleum refineries. Having a principle of being safety first, the company proudly announced that from our previous projects in pipe line installation for refineries, resulting to accidents and leakage.

Marine works (inshore & offshore )

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Health & safety Manual

This manual defines the scope of SADACOM health, safety management system (HSMS) and provides a linkage of system document to the various elements of OHSAS 18001:1999 standard.

Propose

The principal elements of the system described in this manual are :


  • QHS policy
  • Hazard & Risk
  • QHS objectives
  • Legal and other Requirements
  • HS Management Programs
  • Organization structure & Responsibility
  • Communication
  • Operational control
  • Crisis Management
  • Monitoring & Measurement
  • Incidents and Corrective & Preventive action
  • Records
  • HSMS Audit
  • Management Review
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Scope

SADACOM HSMA provides a mechanism for HS management throughout all areas and departments. The HS management system is designed to cover health and safety hazards and risks, which facility can control and directly manage, and those is does not control or directly manage but can be expected to have and influence .

Issue and update

The control of this manual is in accordance with the SADACOM operational procedure control of management system documents, all copies of this manual not marked “ controlled copy” are uncontrolled and should be used for reference purpose only. Amendment to this manual will be issued by the QHS engineer/Mr. or designee following approved by the projects manager.

QHA policy

SADACOM. QHS policy is endorsed by SADACOM projects Manager. The policy covers all activities of the company’s facilities and sites, the policy includes commitment to continual improvement and prevention of pollution and occupational health and safety, as well as a commitment to meet or exceed relevant legislation, regulation and other requirements.
The policy will be reviewed annually by top management, communicated to all employees and made available to public in accordance with the communication procedure adopted

Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment and Risk control

SADACOM HS Cross functional team identifies the hazards and associated risks, which the company controls and over which it may be expected to have influence, and determines which of those hazard and associated risk are considered significant by suing semi- quantitative evaluation matrix, risk assessment results and significance and documented and maintained.
These hazard and associated risks are reviewed at least semi- annually by CFT(certified federal technical’s) or when there is new changed process or activity at the company facilities or sites, the QHS engineer/ Mr. maintains the hazard identification and risk assessment records.

Legal and Other Requirements

SADACOM management has developed it’s standard objectives for the key processes of each relevant function and level within the organization In- compliance with companies standard objective, the CFT has developed companies objective and targets regarding health, safety, where these objective and targets define :

QHS Objectives

SADACOM HSMA provides a mechanism for HS management throughout all areas and departments. The HS management system is designed to cover health and safety hazards and risks, which facility can control and directly manage, and those is does not control or directly manage but can be expected to have and influence .

  1. The key measures and associated performance indicators for each process.
  2. The specific, quantified target which define those performance indicators.
  3. The planned deadlines for the achievement of those target.
  4. The responsibilities of the reporting and acting against results.
Objectives and targets are developed considering legal and other requirements, significant health and safety hazards and risk, technological options and financial, operational and business plans, and the views of interested parties, the developed HS objectives and targets are reviewed by SADACOM management in the management review meeting for approval, then to confirm the progress of hitting the target

HS Management programs

The CFT establishes risk management programs (RMP) as means for achieving objectives and targets.
Those programs defines the principal actions to be taken, those responsible for undertaking those actions and scheduled times for their implementation the RMP are developed by CFT and approved by the project manager( refer to section 5.0 Hazard Identification and Risk assessment)

Organizational Structure and Responsibility

HS management system roles, responsibilities and authorities are defined at relevant functions and levels within the company.
SADACOM management provides the resources essential to the implementation and control of the HS management system, including training, human resources, specialty services, financial resources, technical and informational services.
The QHS engineer has primary responsibility for establishing, operating and maintaining the HSMS and CFT provides routine HSMS support and reports directly to the QHS engineer.

Training, awareness & competence

SADACOMidentifies, plans, monitors and records training needs for personal whose work may create significant influence on his or other people health and safety.
SADACOM has an operational procedure to create awareness and train employees at each relevant function and level so the are aware of the QHS policy, significant hazard and associated risks, their roles and responsibilities in achieving conformance with the policy and procedures, and with the requirements of the HS management system.
The training QHS engineer is responsible for maintaining employees training records. Appropriate records are monitored and reviewed on schedule basis.
Competency is determined by the employees direct manager/ supervisor.

Communication

SADACOM has established and will maintain different means of communications for the internal and external communications regarding hazards and associated risks and its HSMS.
Examples of internal communication:

  • Notice board.
  • Awareness training of company personal, as appropriate in line with job function.
  • Electronic notes.
  • Team meetings and meeting minutes.
  • Management reviews and meeting minutes.
  • Corrective action requests.
The QHS engineer is responsible to ensure proper external communication with interested parties.

HS Management System Documentation

This manual identifies all documents relevant to the HSMS.
A copy of HSMS documents, other than visual aids and records, can be obtained from the QHS engineer or designee.

Document & Data control

SADACOM Est. has established an operational procedure for controlling all documents related to its management system.
This procedure described where documents can be located and how when they are reviewed.
The procedure ensures that current versions are available and that obsolete documents are promptly removed from use or are suitably identified.
Controlled documents are obtainable from the QHS engineer/ or designee.
The procedure also describes the methods used to maintain electronic documents and data and securing the system from loss, damage or infection by electronic viruses.

Operational Control

The CFT is responsible for identifying operations and activities associated with significant hazards and risks that require operational controls in procedures, work instructions or management programs.
These documents define the mechanisms for establishment, implementation, and maintenance of HSMS and ensure that the system is maintained in accordance with SADACOM QHS policy and QHS objectives and targets and is communicated to employees, suppliers, and contractors.

  • System Procedure: cover the management and control of both the HSMS and principle hazards and risks which the system manager.
    These procedures are SADACOM wide in their application.
  • Work Instruction: cover the control of specific operational activities and usually activity specific in their application.

Crisis Management

SADACOM has an operational procedure to identify the potential for and respond to accidents and emergency situations, and for preventing and mitigating the hazards impacts that may be associated with them.
The emergency method is reviewed by CFT on an annual basis and after the occurrence of accidents or emergency situations.

Performance Monitoring & Measurement

SADACOM has established operational procedures to monitor and measure the key characteristics of its operations and activities that can have a significant impact on health and safety.
These procedures associated with maintenance operational procedure, which includes maintenance requirements and controls on equipment and machines, ensure the conscious monitoring and measurement of HSMS performance.
The Establishment shall conduct Pre-scheduled HS internal audits, that cover all departments and working sites, to measures and ensure the effectiveness of its HSMS performance, and its regulatory compliance.
Periodic analysis for system outputs will take place by department management to measures the achievements of established objectives and targets.
The QHS engineer assisted by CFT members and allocated safety officers shall conduct frequent health and safety inspections on company personal, activities, facilities, sites and contractors, and report their findings.

Incidents and Corrective & Preventive action

SADACOM has an operational procedure for defining responsibility and authority for handling and investigation of any occurred accidents, near misses or unsafe conditions/ acts defining the action to mitigate impacts, and for initiating and completing corrective and preventive action.
Any changes in procedures resulting from corrective and preventive action are implemented and recorded.
The QHS engineer maintains these records.

Records

SADACOM has operational procedure for identification, maintenance and disposal of its management system records.
These records including training records and the results of audits and reviews.
They are readily retrievable and protected against damage, deterioration, and loss.
The areas and departments maintain their own records.
Records and documents retention is also specified in the procedure.

HS Management System Audit

A periodic system audit is conducted to ensure that the HS management system has properly implemented and maintained.
The results of these audits are provided to management.
Audits are performed according to the annual audit plan, which based on the importance of an activity, all auditors are trained and audit records the results of previous audit and the audit schedule, are kept with QHS engineer.

Management Review

SADACOM management reviews all elements of the HSMS at least every six months to ensure its continuing suitability, adequacy, and effectiveness.
Meeting minutes record these reviews and are maintained by QHS engineers.
The QHS engineer ensures that all decisions and actions determined in the management review are documented and action plan / corrective or preventive actions issued for concerned people to mitigate areas of concern.
Follow- up results are presented in the next management review for evaluation and verification by management.

Profile & projects

SADACOM now with a short time has developed itself to be one of leading companies in Saudi Market and gained the high-quality experience and full trust of its clients.
The Establishment applies its advance approach to both small and large projects, Civil and Architectural works are also performed by SADACOM The Establishment engaged in Development of some real estate properties such as buildings, commercial and private villas. SADACOM has a design and constructs concept performed by highly skilled individuals, qualified engineers and draftsman’s which result in state of the art designs and structures. Aside from architectural works the company also performed some steel structural projects like warehouses.
Such as:

  • Privet housing projects (turnkey).
  • Industrial projects (turnkey).
  • Interior finishing works & decorative.
  • Marine works.

Composition

Glass fiber-reinforced concrete consists of high-strength, alkali-resistant glass fiber embedded in a concrete matrix.[2] In this form, both fibers and matrix retain their physical and chemical identities, while offering a synergistic combination of properties that cannot be achieved with either of the components acting alone. In general, fibers are the principal load-carrying members, while the surrounding matrix keeps them in the desired locations and orientation, acting as a load transfer medium between the fibers and protecting them from environmental damage. The fibers provide reinforcement for the matrix and other useful functions in fiber-reinforced composite materials. Glass fibers can be incorporated into a matrix either in continuous or discontinuous (chopped) lengths.

Laminates

A widely used application for fiber-reinforced concrete is structural laminate, obtained by adhering and consolidating thin layers of fibers and matrix into the desired thickness. The fiber orientation in each layer, as well as the stacking sequence of various layers, can be controlled to generate a wide range of physical and mechanical properties for the composite laminate. GFRC cast without steel framing is commonly used for purely decorative applications such as window trims, decorative columns, exterior friezes, or limestone-like wall panels.

Properties [edit]

The design of glass-fiber-reinforced concrete panels uses knowledge of its basic properties under tensile, compressive, bending and shear forces, coupled with estimates of behavior under secondary loading effects such as creep, thermal response, and moisture movement.
There are a number of differences between structural metal and fiber-reinforced composites. For example, metals in general exhibit yielding and plastic deformation, whereas most fiber-reinforced composites are elastic in their tensile stress-strain characteristics. However, the dissimilar nature of these materials provides mechanisms for high-energy absorption on a microscopic scale comparable to the yielding process. Depending on the type and severity of external loads, a composite laminate may exhibit gradual deterioration in properties but usually does not fail in a catastrophic manner. Mechanisms of damage development and growth in metal and composite structures are also quite different. Other important characteristics of many fiber-reinforced composites are their non-corroding behavior, high damping capacity and low coefficients of thermal expansion.
Glass-fiber-reinforced concrete architectural panels have the general appearance of pre-cast concrete panels but differ in several significant ways. For example, the GFRC panels, on average, weigh substantially less than pre-cast concrete panels due to their reduced thickness. Their low weight decreases load superimposed on the building’s structural components making construction of the building frame more economical.

Knauf

Knauf is a synonym for gypsum – among construction experts and enthusiasts. This proverbial association of a building material with a manufacturer’s name is not just a coincidence. It is the result of decades of hard work and consistently high quality.
The Knauf Group is known for the highest product quality, extensive product diversity, and comprehensive support service. With this as our basis, we make possible perfectly compatible system solutions for construction that lives up to the highest demands in innovation, energy efficiency, cost-effectiveness, performance, and design quality.
As a globally operating company, the Knauf Group feels naturally responsible for people, nature, and society. This sentiment is in line with our self-image, to do everything we can to change living spaces through construction in a way that conserves resources and protects the environment as best as possible. Therefore, we made it our duty to shape the future of construction actively and sustainably by following the considerations mentioned above.

Jabal Omar Development Project

Project Name: Jabal Omar Development Project, Phase 3
Project Code: MGC-1014
Client: Drake & Scull ACC JV

Design Assumptions:

  1. It is assumed that the system designed is a Non-load bearing system.
  2. The lateral wind pressure assumed is 0.24 Kpa as per ASTM Standard. The concerned engineer to verify the assumed internal lateral wind pressure other than Mada.
  3. If Tile attachment or Shelf attachment has to be considered, please verify the strength and deflection of the system design from the metal manufacturer.
  4. The adequacy of the supporting superstructure such as beams, slabs, columns, steel purlins etc. has not been considered and therefore shall remain the responsibility of concerned engineer other than Mada.

Deflection:

Where a deflection head is required to allow for movement, use Deflection head track at soffit.
The deflection limit of a standard partition is 10mm. For higher deflection limit contact our Technical department for guidance.

Control Joints:

Movement control joints are recommended at a maximum span of 15m. Control joints should also be installed to concur with any movement joints in the structure.

Penetrations:

Please be aware that the Fire & Acoustic performance is affected if the penetrations are not properly treated. Please refer to Mada drawings or consult the MEP Contractor to ensure that.
The Fire & Acoustic performance is not affected. Please contact our Technical department for further and guidance information.

Steel Specifications:

To be provided by the manufacturer as approved by the project consultant or any other manufacturer complying with ASTM Standards and complying with the project specifications

Plasterboard Specifications:

Mada’s plasterboard are manufactured to ASTM C1396 / C1396M Standard and EN 520.
Standards:

  1. Regular Board – ASTM C1396 / C1396M & EN 520 Type A
  2. Fire Resistant Board - ASTM C1396 / C1396M Type X & EN 520 Type I, F
  3. Moisture Resistant Board - ASTM C1396 / C1396M & EN 520 Type A & H1
  4. Fire & Moisture Resistant Board - ASTM C1396 / C1396M & EN 520 Type I, F & H1

Limitations

The design proposed is not as per scale and shall be read in concurrence with structural or architectural drawings.
The workability of the proposed system at the site should be verified by relevant parties other than Mada.
The information contained in the drawing is the Property and Copyright of Mada Gypsum Co, and must not be re-issued, copied or reproduced without written consent.

Handrails

Whilst our handrails come in the standard specification of Grade 304 Stainless Steel, suitable for internal use. The tubes are 42.4mm in diameter with set lengths as specified in the product descriptions and end caps already attached.
If you require a bespoke handrail call our team with your specifications.
If for instance you wish to order a 4m long handrail with flat end caps and a 2m long handrail with flat end caps and wanted these connected via a Tube Connector, this can be bought online. Just remember to put your preferences in the notes section when ordering.

Vinyl Flooring

Hundreds of flooring options for you to choose from. Our hardwood floors are available in many popular wood species, from classic oak to exotic tropical hardwoods. Prefer the look of ceramic tile, but don't like the cold, hard surface? Check out our vinyl sheet and luxury vinyl flooring collections with a variety of tile, stone, slate looks - and a soft, warm feel underfoot. We also offer easy-to-clean vinyl tile floors, and rounding out our offerings, laminate flooring, and linoleum floor covering. Browse our products to get flooring ideas, get a flooring price estimate and then find a local flooring store near you to see the floor in person.

Raised Floors

Raised Floor Solutions is an experienced flooring contractor specializing in the provision of composite flooring solutions, incorporating steel floor decking, concrete floor slabs on steel decking and raised access flooring.

HVAC systems

HVAC systems are designed to monitor and regulate the temperature and airflow within the building, so everyone inside is comfortable. The programmed temperature is maintained by HVAC sensors.
Tell us about your home heating and cooling needs, and we'll recommend the right system for you.