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Bahrain International Circuit
|Project||Bahrain International Circuit Track lighting project|
|End User||Ministry of Public Authority|
|PO Value||BHD 1.271 Million|
|OCI products||MV cable, LV cable, and Wires|
The Bahrain International Circuit (BIC) was established in 2004 in Sakhir, Bahrain with total construction cost of BHD 56.2 Million ($ 150.00 Million).
The Bahrain International Circuit (BIC) consists of Grand Prix Track with 5.412 KM distance, Inner Track with 2.55 km distance, Outer Track with 3.664 KM distance, Paddock Circuit with 3.7 km distance, Drag Strip with 1.2 km distance and Oval Track with 2 km distance. A number of high profile series, including the FIA Formula One World Championship, the FIA World Endurance Championship, the Australian V8 Supercar Championship series, the GP2 series, GP2 Asia, Chevrolet Lumina Series, Speed car series, Thunder Arabia and Radical.
Ministry of Public Works (MPW) executed track lighting project, which was managed by Special Projects office at MPW. The work was undertaken on a fast track basis in readiness to host the Grand Prix race at night to mark the tenth anniversary of the Bahrain Formula One that was held on 06 April 2014. The main contractor of this project is Cebarco and the specialist lighting sub-contractor is Musco lighting. The consultant is Tilke Gmbh and the Quantity Surveyors are HAJ. The projects featured around 490 poles ranging in height from 10 to 45 meters, connected by over 500km of cabling with twenty new substation housing the switch gears and generators. Other improvements include upgrades to the existing spectator and vending area lighting as well as installation of new effect lighting to enhance and support the visual spectacle of night-time racing.