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DOHA METRO PROJECT

The Doha Metro is a planned rapid transit system in Qatar’s capital city that is scheduled to become operational by the end of 2019. It will have four lines with an approximate overall length of 300 km and 100 stations. It will be an integral component of the larger Qatar Rail network, which will include a long-distance rail for passengers and freight, linking Qatar to the GCC, and Lusail’s city local light rail transit.

Ferrari World formula 1

The iconic sleek red roof directly inspired by the classic double curve side profile of the Ferrari GT body covers a surface area of 200,000m² and features the largest Scuderia Ferrari “prancing horse” emblem in the world, measuring 66m in diameter. 35,000 tonnes m³ of concrete, 12,370 tonnes of steel, 29,000m² of facade glazing and 165,000m² of roof cladding were used to create the park’s superstructure Ferrari World Abu Dhabi has the largest space frame structure ever built with a total of approximately 172,000 members and 43,100 nodes.100,000 m3 of concrete were used to pour the slabs of Ferrari World Abu Dhabi.

FLOATING BRIDGE (DUBAI)

Floating bridges are in many ways an anomaly. One particularly exciting example was built by Waagner-Biro in Dubai. It is the first of its kind in the emirate and carries six lanes over the Dubai Creek. This pontoon bridge has a width of 2 x 22m and a total length of 365m. The challenge lies in balancing the shifts in height caused by waves and differing traffic loads.

EMAAR PROPERTIES, BURJ KHALIFA (DUBAI)

The Burj Khalifa is currently the world’s tallest building, reaching 855 meters in height. The building has 162 floors, with a hotel on floors 1-39, luxury apartments on floors 40-108, and offices and observatory on floors 109-162. Total floor area within the building is 5 million square feet (465,000 square meters). Safety features designed and constructed into the building include the ability to withstand earthquakes higher than 7.0 on the Richter scale.

ABU DHABI AIRPORT & MIDFIELD TERMINAL

Abu Dhabi Airports is tasked with ensuring that the airport is able to provide world-class services that meet this demand over the coming years. This is part of the Government’s Plan Abu Dhabi 2030, an Emirate-wide strategy to cater for Abu Dhabi’s business and tourism growth.

The centerpiece of Abu Dhabi Airports multibillion-dollar investment programme is the Midfield Terminal Complex (MTC), which will provide a full terminal building, passenger and cargo facilities, and duty-free shops and restaurants.  The terminal will have capacity to handle 30 million passengers per year, and up to 8,500 passengers per hour.

MIDFIELD TERMINAL PROJECT @ Abu Dhabi AIRPORT (under construction)

The centerpiece of Abu Dhabi Airports multibillion-dollar investment programme is the Midfield Terminal Complex (MTC), which will provide a full terminal building, passenger and cargo facilities, and duty-free shops and restaurants.  The terminal will have capacity to handle 30 million passengers per year, and up to 8,500 passengers per hour.

Riyadh Metro Project

The Riyadh metro is a rapid transit system under construction in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. It is being built by world’s leading construction companies, and it will be the backbone of the city’s public transport system and integrated with an 85-kilometer three-line bus rapid transit (BRT) network.

WEST YAS PROJECT

West Yas benefits from its exceptional position with a waterfront location over-looking the natural mangroves that surround Yas Island.  West Yas is available exclusively for UAE Nationals which will allow its residents to enjoy the proximity to Yas Mall and the multiple leisure facilities on Yas Island including Yas Waterworld, Yas Marina Circuit, Yas Marina, Yas Links, Ferrari World Abu Dhabi, du Arena and the F&B of the numerous hotels on the island.

West Yas will be home to over 1,000 villas, 2 retail centres, a community centre, a Friday Mosque and will benefit from extensive landscaping and greenery in the open public spaces.

DUBAI MALL

The Dubai Mall is the world’s largest shopping mall, based on total area and fourth largest by gross leasable area. It is a part of the 20-billion-dollar Downtown complex, and includes 1,200 shops. Dubai Mall opened on 8 May 2009, with about 635 retailers, marking the world’s largest-ever mall opening in retail history.

Over 13 million square foot, the Dubai Mall has a total internal floor area of 5.9 million square feet (55 ha) and leasable space of 3.77 million square feet (35 ha). It also has a 250-room luxury hotel, 22 cinema screens plus 120 restaurants and cafes. The Mall has over 14,000 parking spaces across 3 car parks, with valet services and a car locator ticketing system.

SHATHA TOWER (DUBAI)

Located opposite Dubai Marina, Shatha tower, at the time of its completion, was the tallest tower within Dubai Internet City and Media City limits. This tower was executed by utilization of Post Tensioned slab system and was handed over to the Employer within duration of 20 months. Shatha Tower is presently home to Du, the hub of the second telecom operator in UAE.

FORTUNE TOWER (DUBAI)

Fortune Tower was the first freehold commercial tower in Dubai and is located in Jumeirah Lakes Towers. It was built as an “ultra modern” complex with the intention of competing with the region’s best commercial towers.

BURJ RESIDENCE (DUBAI)

The Residences are located in Downtown Dubai and offer a soothing ambience with spectacular views of Burj Khalifa and The Dubai Fountain. The Residences comprise of nine high-rise residential towers that are located around the Burj Lake and have 1, 2, 3 and 4-bedroom residential suites and penthouses. The built amenities include a swimming pool, squash courts, badminton court, fitness centres, mini-theatre, library, meeting room, day care centre and a business centre.

VISION TOWER (DUBAI)

The Vision Tower is a 60-floor tower in the Business Bay. The tower has a total structural height of 260 m (853 ft). Construction of the Vision Tower was completed in 2011.