Industry and Engineering Corporation, IEC is associated with engineering and construction of major civil, environmental and industrial Engineering projects, involving the most advanced engineering and construction technology in the implementation of the aforementioned developments. IEC’s affiliated companies in Turkey (Serik Marina, Antalya Shopping Center and Canal Istanbul projects), in Azerbaijan (Water transfer from Aras river to Tabriz, Kerman Water Transfer Project and Khuzestan Water Projects) in UK (Eynsham housing project) and (Globally financing IEC corporation’s affiliated companies) in Kyrgyzstan (CASA1000 Hydropower project), in the Kazakhstan ( South Kazakhstan region’s project, Almaty Grand Ring Road Project, G4City project, SEZ (Khorgos Eastern Gates) Pharmaceutical plant and Astana’s rain water accumulation project), is involved in Park Ankara Development Project and (Road construction in Ukraine, modern health city in Kiev, Underground railway construction in Dnipro and Highway construction between Hungary and Romania) are involved together with its joint venture international and local companies in designing, financing and construction process. .

IEC ANTALYA = Serik Marina , Canal Istanbul , Antalya Central Develobments Project


5.1. Facilities in the Serik Marina
1- The area of Serik Marina is around 2.8 million sqm.
2- Serik Marina’s main Blvd., Ring road and walking path
3- 220 VIP Villas at the residential part of the Serik Marina in 180000 sqm.
4- 42 Residential and Commercial towers, summing up1600000 sqm.
5- Indoor parking, with a capacity of 2600 cars
6- Power plant to supply Serik Marina
7- Serik Marina’s Mall and Shopping centre amounting to 220000 sqm.
8- Water sport facility centre, two platforms in total of 2800 sqm.
9- Three water front area for parking of Sailing boats
10- Fifteen international restaurants to serve Serik Marina
11- Eight units of beach front restaurant and discos
12- Biking and jogging path around the marina summing up to10 km long
13- In total of 18 ponds with water fountain in residential and commercial area
14- Masque within an area of 3800 sqm.
15- Three units of indoor sport centre
16- Public centre which includes; health centre, travel agency, car rental and.....
17- Office centre with secretarial services for VIP villas and apartment
18- Recreation facilities along the coast 2km long
19- Entertainments centre at the marina symbolic tower complex 25000 sqm
20- Beach facility along the coast; restroom, shower.......
21- Water front platform for water sport facilities 1800 sqm
22- Five units of bridges over Serik River
23- Four units of offshores villas over the sea
24- City centre for public gathering, Art festival, Concert, with a capacity to 5000 people
25- Five units of 5 star hotels

In order to improve the spatial and functional proposals were evaluated spatial use of existing buildings and development plans.
List of spatial and functional needs basis during the transformation of the region may be listed as follows.
• The people who live in the project area should be provided after the conversion still live in this area, this goal should be considered in the design planning, especially in the socio-economic situation together with the existing structure evaluation.
• Rights has delivered the seismic safety of the building owned at present priority target properties which are provided to verilecekk, while the target property to be sold to compete with current projects and give space to design muster demand.
• A significant portion of the project area already identified as exposed in the present case consists of a single-storey or low-rise buildings. In order to protect the rights of the proposed project with the concept of life they are accustomed manner in which the floor of the garden with towering multi-storey buildings, structures can be distributed to more people of goodwill should be developed.
• Real estate property to be sold will be given to the right holders should be designed separately due to the differences TYPE. But it should be given the similarities in exterior and landscaping items to cause public response.

• Project financing sources at the same time to provide property will be sold with the property rights of the owners are able to provide the project remains within the period prescribed speed must be designed in the same stages.
• Recommendations for project design, especially in real estate will be given to the rightful owners with offsite planning, rather than the more appropriate existing street pattern texture built row houses should be included in the design. However, in order to provide a competitive advantage in the market with similar projects in housing to be sold should be more social reinforcement areas. Therefore, a portion of the housing off site design for the landscaping items to be sold on the site as belonging to the use of residents only pool to be distinguished from the outside world should be developed.
• One of the most important title of the proposal is to be considered in project design climatic and topographic conditions. For example, the slope of the land to be considered pre-construction conditions, natural shade or wind corridors in residential buildings on the other hand can be created. Narrow streets in street design planning should be considered as a recommendation to provide natural shade.

• Social facilities with green areas left in the entire project area should be associated with each other.
• Under the Urban Transformation Project, which will be held in the project area that can provide the value increases, proposals that will trigger the development of physical and social work projects can be listed under the following main headings:
• Housing / Residence Units
O Open Shopping Areas (Downtown)
• Hotel
• Cultural Square (Museum Square)
• Green Belt, social reinforcement and Recreation Areas

5.1. HOMES
In the conversion process many variables that affect housing design / they are stakeholders. In this process, to meet the needs of eligible primary goal of the design but also in housing, which will be sold in Antalya is given in the design that can provide a competitive advantage in the market. Concept design as the rights issue while maintaining the timeliness of this proposal will be sold to housing is a good idea to use the issue to define. According to market research Average sales of $ 1,000 / m2.

Improved housing units in the settlement to function while the floor height of the building, as well as topography and land values should be determined according to the existing tissues, these features will be developed as a priority, features of the housing unit to be determined.

The urban concept of social sustainability is one of the most important. Social sustainability that people spend so much time together and what is a concept that is expressed by what level of social communication. The level of social equality and social sharing rate in improving people's quality of life is very important. Summaries say create social spaces that allow social sharing at various scales is needed if necessary.

On the other hand according to the site plan is carried out in different density design to create uniform structures instead of geological and topographical features are designed to benefit.

As the backbone of the project due to the projected axis of Commerce along these lines should be considered as a prestige item in housing will be developed.
Sıraevler concept, all in continuous, but they must be planned in a theme which differ in their visual values. Using different colours and visual elements on the exterior, but it must be done without disrupting the application of integrity.

Delivery conditions after the design concept of housing units can also be defined as follows. At this point, under the subject headings that are eligible for housing in the project area that will be produced will be sold to housing will need to examine separately.

All real estate construction and reinforcement technologies under the proposal. Sound and heat insulation should be designed under the standard for the entire property.
Construction of this project proposal is defined as the concept of social facilities also have the landscaping has been completed, involving different designs of interior furnishing applications it must be developed as a modern urban structures.
the concept of social facilities for joint use in the housing to be sold should be planned in more detail. Indoor and outdoor pools, gym / hall, walking trails, bike paths and children’s play area with a rich range of social facilities should be established. Housing the public, even if not developed off site must be managed in a way that can be used only in certain stages of the homeowners.

Should identify separately from building residential housing construction projects in the planning proposal was felt. Build quality and reinforcement properties although the similarities with housing in residential units and high structure features are considered both spatial size of the different functions because of the comfort they provide administrative differences and users. Recommendations on project planning residence building is considered as the area to be sold.

5.3. HOTEL
Antalya hotel investments in general, according to data obtained from the results of market surveys are continuing in a stable manner.
Population growth and the proposed commercial and residential design in the study area due to the increased volume of trade as well as daily / short term are assumed to increase in accommodation. On the other hand, an effect the entire project area is planned as a symbolic design. This function can be obtained from a finance transformation project which will provide revenues are expected to have an argument.

• Provision of negotiations with operators in the design phase, will facilitate the design and monitoring of the true needs of the construction program.
• to comply with the hotel concept to be determined when designing social and cultural functions should be designed meeting rooms can be combined as needed, technical hardware infrastructure should be sufficient. Ensuring negotiations with operators in the design phase, it will facilitate the design and monitoring of the true needs of the construction program.

The concept of open space, is one of the most important basic elements of the urban fabric, architecture and remaining gaps or blank spaces are defined as areas outside transport. In other words, by structuring outdoors on whether any purpose and is perceived as areas with a suitable potential opportunity for any recreational use.
Social reinforcement areas and green spaces The bigger the value of residential and commercial units will also be higher. In addition, social reinforcement areas and green areas of inherently subject to sales even if they will be created to increase the value of urban life must be seen as an important item of the conversion value. Thus social reinforcement areas and recreation areas for transformation should be carefully planned to reach the target value.



The main purpose of the project is to reduce the marine traffic through the Bosphorus and minimize the risks and dangers associated particularly with tankers. About 56,000 vessels pass yearly through the Istanbul Strait, among them 10,000 tankers carrying 145 million tons of crude oil. International pressure is growing to increase the marine traffic tonnage through the Turkish straits that brings risks for the security of marine navigation during the passage. The canal will further help prevent the pollution caused by cargo vessels passing through or mooring in the Sea of Marmara Sea before the southern entrance of the Bosphorus. 

President Erdoğan has announced his grand new campaign promise: He's going to build a second Bosphorus.

“Turkey deserves a crazy, magnificent project like this by 2023,” he said, referring to the 100th anniversary of the declaration of the Turkish Republic.
Now that I'm over being speechless, I should say that the Bosphorus shipping problem is very real. As I wrote in 2008,
In the past five years, cargo traffic through the Black Sea has risen by nearly 500 per cent; the flow of oil from the port of Novorossysk has more than doubled. Monstrous vessels full of oil, dangerous chemicals, nuclear waste and liquid gas - often skippered by drunken incompetents - have been pouring down from the Caucasus. Many of these tankers are rustbuckets that shouldn't be at sea, let alone passing right through the middle of a city of 15 million people. Because of the Montreux Convention, Turkey can't ban them.
I must say, this solution--just carving out a whole new Bosphorus--had never occurred to me. But when you think about it, it's such a simple way to solve the problem!
Erdoğan declined to give a cost estimate or exact location for the canal, saying they would be kept secret to “avoid any kind of negativity or injustice” before the project begins.
I suppose I shouldn't be completely cynical. The idea does have a kind of dream-big, think-outside-the-box beauty. Mind you, so did the Big Dig.

Canal Istanbul, the new 'crazy' project that will turn the European side of Istanbul into part of a large island, running parallel and to the north-west of the Bosphorus, will be built along a newly designated route spanning from Küçükçekmece, Başakşehir and Arnavutköy. The initial feasibility studies have been completed and next week all related municipalities and establishments will be submitting their next 50 to100-year plans regarding the infrastructure and superstructure of the canal axis to the Ministry of Environment and Urban Planning.
Canal Istanbul will now be built along the Küçükçekmece-Başakşehir-Arnavutköy
route and the placement of the new settlement and reserved areas has been clarified accordingly. A major factor behind the Ministry's decision to reroute the project is the fact that 80 percent of the property surrounding the canal axis belongs to the treasury. Situating the project in this region means costs, including expropriation, will be kept to a minimum. The previously designated regions for the project of Silivri, Ortaköy, İnceğiz, Gökçeli, Çanakça and Dağyenice which would connect to Karacaköy, the Evcik Barrage and then the Black Sea consisted primarily of property necessitating expropriation, which played an influential role in the altering of the route.
According to information obtained by SABAH, on March 4th, the Ministry of Environment and Urban Planning sent a letter to the State Hydraulic Works (DSİ), Turkey's Housing and Development Administration (TOKİ), Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality as well as the Küçükçekmece, Arnavutköy and Başakşehir Municipalities requesting they relay all information they have on the locations designated as Reserve Areas including, all studies and projects, investment decisions and future plans and programs. While efforts for a third airport project have been ongoing for a year-and-a-half now, the stretch of 44,442 decares of land starting from Küçükçekmece and passing through Başakşehir has been designated as 'Reserve Area 1'.
'Reserve Area 2' will consist of a 280,029 decare area of land in the Arnavutköy district. The urban renewal areas in the natural-disaster risk areas of Zeytinburnu, Bakırköy, K.Çekmece, Bağcılar, Esenler, Güngören and G.O.Paşa will be moved to the new urban areas to be established in the Arnavutköy and Kemerburgaz district reserves.
All related municipalities and institutions will be sending their 50 to 100 year plans in regards to the distribution lines, waste water collectors and treatment facilities that will be built along the canal axis which will begin from Küçükçekmece Lake and will continue along the Sazlıdere Barrage axis to flow into the Black Sea to the Environment and Urban Planning Ministry next week.
According to the plans, the project will connect the Black Sea and the Marmara Sea by a canal built through the Küçükçekmece- Başakşehir- Arnavutköy districts. This project will involve the inclusion of the contaminated and polluted Küçükçekmece and the deactivation of the Sazlıdere Barrage. Yet another great advantage to this location is the fact there are no forest plots along the route.
The most significant expropriation efforts for the 25-meter deep and 200-meter wide Canal Istanbul Project will take place in the Altıntepe, Güvercintepe and Şahintepe neighborhoods in the Başakşehir district. These three neighborhoods, which currently consist of unlicensed and illegally built homes, will become the main front of the canal.
Deputy Prime Minister Ali Babacan announced that the Higher Planning Committee decided to go ahead with the project last week, during a talk at a panel on "Economic Security" held by the Institute of Strategic Thinking in the capital.
"When Canal Istanbul is constructed certain roads will need to be rerouted and bridges will need to be built. Therefore, the Higher Planning Committee finalized their decision this week in order for the preliminary road and bridge work to start in order to allow us to begin working on realizing Canal Istanbul. We believe that this is a very realistic project that will be talked about by the world," Babacan told reporters in Ankara.
This is a translation of an article originally written by Erhan Öztürk.
Istanbul to get second Bosphorus with new canal project
by Meg Nesterov (RSS feed) on Apr 28th 2011 at 2:30PM
The US may be all abuzz about President Obama's birth certificate, but the big news in Turkey this week is the proposed Istanbul canal project to dig a second Bosphorus. Prime Minister Recep Erdogan's self-proclaimed "crazy" project would connect the Sea of Marmara with the Black Sea, making Istanbul a city of "two peninsulas and an island." Details of the project are still unclear, but it is estimated that it will cost more than $10 billion and would be finished in time for Turkey's centennial in 2023.

"Today, we are rolling up our sleeves for one of world's greatest projects which cannot even be compared with Panama Canal, Suez Canal or Corinth Canal," Erdogan said. "Istanbul is the only city on earth that a sea passes through. With this project, Istanbul will become a city that two seas will pass."

Turkey's cultural capital is already known for several historic bodies of water including the Bosphorus strait, which divides Istanbul between Europe and Asia, as well as the Golden Horn, the Sea of Marmara, and the Black Sea. The Bosphorus is one of the busiest and most important waterways in the world, with up to 50,000 passages per year with one-way traffic for tankers. The new canal would alleviate all of the commercial traffic and allow for additional ships to pass. The waterway would be around 30 miles long, 500 feet wide, and 80 feet deep and cut through the European side far west of the city center. The upside for vistors is that the crowded Bosphorus would be returned to sport and pleasure boats, making the classic Bosphorus cruise less polluted and crowded.

İstanbul's new bridge, highway, canal threaten city's northern forests

Construction work has been under way at the site of the third bridge over the Bosporus. (Photos: Kürşat Bayhan, Sunday's Zaman)
If there is any city used to change, it is İstanbul, with its history of 8,500 years.
Empires have come and gone on its soil; states have risen and collapsed, but experts say that is all insignificant next to what's coming, as the Justice and Development Party's (AK Party) planned mega projects -- including a brand new strait that will create an island in the middle of the city -- will alter the face of İstanbul completely.
The projects that will change -- or irrevocably damage, according to some -- İstanbul are collectively called the Northern Marmara Highway projects. They include Kanal İstanbul -- a new waterway connecting the Marmara to the Black Sea through the European part of the city west of the Bosporus -- a third airport that will be built atop the city's only remaining and extensive forestland, and the building of a third bridge over the Bosporus. New residential complexes, office buildings and congress centers are also planned. The projects will bring İstanbul's population to more than 20 million people, according to some estimates.
The planned projects are also against the city's Environmental Plan, which envisions the city expanding from East to West. The Northern Marmara projects will completely change earlier projections for the city. Officials say the projects will be environmentally focused and nature will not be forsaken to satisfy contractors, but most city residents and environmentalists have their doubts. Wildlife in the north will be destroyed, and a higher population of people in the area is bound to be a burden, environmentalists say.
While there are still discussions about the exact route of the Kanal İstanbul waterway, construction of the Northern Marmara Highway and the third bridge (named the Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge) are currently under way. Operations are still taking place at quarries in the area where the new airport will be built.
Experts point to problems
Urban planning experts and architects say the projects can indeed have disastrous results. Ahmet Vefik Alp, an architect who has produced a large number of mega projects, said: “I am not against the projects; I am just saying they should be built in the right place. For example, İstanbul will undergo desertification and the third bridge is a fiasco. If this project could work in a way to keep transit traffic out of the city, maybe it could have been acceptable. But when bidding, the contractors wanted a minimum number of vehicles that would go across the bridge to be guaranteed. Since a bridge built solely for transit is unlikely to be used by a large number of vehicles, they decided to extend the project with connecting roads to the city.”
He said the master plan for İstanbul initially envisioned the new airport in Silivri. “And why was it moved up north? Why?” he queried. “Any sane urban planner will know that expanding the city toward the north is a nightmare. It is actually the death of the city. Building a barracks in Gezi Park or any other thing is extremely minor compared to the destruction of expanding the city northward.”
Korhan Gümüş, another architect, says if the projects are carried out without public discussion, street unrest such as was seen during the Gezi protests is possible. “There have been experts that say building the third bridge and its roads will do no good for the city,” he said. “Mayor Kadir Topbaş was also against it. But the prime minister's decisions, made from a helicopter flying above, overruled the city's master plan. We have seen that the local administration cannot carry out its duties. Talks with civil society organizations and groups protecting the public good should have taken place, but that didn't happen.”
A professor from İstanbul University's department of forestry, Kadir Erdin, expressed his concern about the projects: “Every city gains value with its environment. A construction movement targeting the northern forests will mean those places will be destroyed.” He said it was impossible to protect green land as long as there are manmade projects in the area. “There is no way to bring any of it back. Now they are trying to build overpasses for the animals, but these are not permanent solutions,” he added.
Kanal İstanbul: a new waterway
Kanal İstanbul is undoubtedly the most talked-about project. For one thing, the exact route along which the watercourse will be built has still not been disclosed, causing much anxiety and, at the same time, excitement in the real estate market. It is expected to start at Yeniköy up north, and then flow through the areas of Baklalı, Tayakadın and the Sazlıdere Dam and then end at Lake Küçükçekmece. Villages along this route are already getting used to life with real estate agents around. Property offices are a common sight not only in the districts but also inside the villages. Everyone around the villages knows the details of Kanal İstanbul, they follow the press closely and even cut up and save clips from newspapers. But not everybody is excited. For example, the Tosun Köy village, built 600 years ago, is worried that a shrine to Tosun Baba, a revered figure, might be destroyed in the projects.


Antalya populations in 2014 was 2,222,562 and that is the 2.86% of the population of Turkey. Area of the Antalya province where the Project is located is 2.6% (20 815 Sq. km) of the total land area of the Turkey is located on the west of the Mediterranean region. The Gulf of Antalya is located in the western Taurus. Antalya in the south; Mediterranean, west Mugla, Burdur and Isparta north, northeast of Konya, Karaman and Mersin province in the east are.

Map 1: Antalya province Location in Turkey
Borders of the Antalya province covers 19 counties, entered into force on March 22, 2008 5747 No. Municipality Boundaries In District Assembly and Certain Laws with the Law Amending the Antalya Metropolitan is rearranged Municipality borders of the five boroughs (Kepez, Kepez, Aksu and Kepez and Döşemealti) consists of municipalities (see. map 1.2), while on December 6, 2012 published in the Official Gazette November 12, 2012 approved the 'on the Metropolitan Municipality of the three provinces and Twenty-Six County establishment' of Antalya, according to the law Metropolitan Municipality's boundaries have become border administrative provinces.

Map 2: Administrative Boundaries of Antalya Provincial and Distric
Antalya, south of the Mediterranean, west of Mugla, Burdur and Isparta north, northeast of Konya, Karaman and Mersin provinces east is surrounded by

Map 3: Satellite image of the city of Antalya

Running parallel to the city center's world-renowned Mediterranean beaches is Lara and Kepez in Antalya. Antalya Metropolitan Municipality boundaries also makes it strategically important.
1.2.1. Highway
Antalya province in transportation, mainly provided by land and air. Freight transport by road to the most important part. The newly developing sea transportation lines, railway is not yet in the city. Considering the importance of transport in terms of Antalya trend continued development, the airport opened a new terminal with capacity expanded, were encouraged to develop the land and maritime transport. In addition, the railway transportation network began planning in order to activate.
Turkey's Istanbul, Ankara, Izmir, Konya, there are regular buses to the big cities such as Adana. These buses depart from the Antalya Bus Station.r> Turkey's largest city of Istanbul, Izmir and Adana, Antalya distance from the city, is almost the same (550 km.). Of the Istanbul to Antalya is 724 km away

MaMap 4: Map of Antalya province of Transportation

1.2.2. Airline
Antalya Airport located to the east of the city, has a long runway on landing and departure of aircraft engaged in international comfort suitable for even the largest type. International traffic at the zairport opened to traffic in 1960, began in 1985. 3,400 meter long runway and apron has 101,000 m² area serving since 1998. Antalya Airport International Terminal I. It has 56,000 m². The second terminal is opened.

Map 5: Airports Antalyar> Antalya Airport has a brand-new international terminal since the beginning of 2005. Antalya International Airport II. Domestic Terminal 10 million passengers / year capacity

Table 1: Antalya Airport Flight Traffic Information (2015)

SoSource: DHI, Antalya Airport
Antalya Airport; the development of domestic tourism, especially international tourism, the country depending on the device to be certified in Antalya, a large portion of the number of beds in general, the system continued to ease and development in the field. Antalya airport; currently it has 13,000,000 m² of land 13 km from Antalya city center. Away. The distance to other major tourist centers; Belt 57 km, Phoenicia 125 km, 200 km from Kas, Kalkan 229 km, 30 km to Serik, Manavgat and Alanya 65 km to 125 km.
1.2.3. Seaway
Can harbor of small boats and yachts, buildings and berths in the beginning of 1980, more than fully restored Antalya Port, the city's 12 km. west of the Great Harbour, 175 meters long passenger dock, covers a 180-meter freighter docks and 335 small fishing pier. the biggest drawback is the lack of Antalya on the sea rail. incoming or outgoing cargo by rail to the port does not have the possibility of moving the intermodal taşmacılıkl. Antalya 6 is active and has a total of 9 3 of the marina under construction.
1.2.4. Light rail
Antalya meet the demand for transportation increased in parallel with urban development, which in the long term, in order to bring a lasting solution, Antalya Transportation by Oil Industry and Trade Corporation antray 'Light Rail Project has been developed under the name. Opened in 2010, the total line length of the Light Rail System, 11 km., is the total number of stops 16; They took the 2 gate and stop from 1 to 200 m Intercity Bus Terminal. from is supported by modern-style marching band; one passing through the center of Antalya is a modern, high tech, safe, clean, comfortable draws attention as a means of public transportation.
The light rail system connecting the center with extensive residential and industrial areas to work in the city has been an effective public transport solutions.
Phase 2 of the Light Rail System-University-Square bus station, airport or Square-Square-Lara-Kundu is planned to start with one of the routes. In the third phase of construction of the line that reaches of the harbor and Altınova is foreseen.










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