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Built in the heart of an active industrial area of Dubai, the Four Seasons Staff Housing project is a distinguishable building among the surrounding environment.
Consisting of two parallel buildings with a central connection, the H-shaped structure stands out with floor-to-floor windows built within concrete blocks. The original design featured cast-in-place concrete columns and cast-in-place post-tensioned slabs with external concrete block walls.
When presented with the design’s original time and cost estimates, the owner called upon e.construct for their value-engineering expertise.
A prominent feature of Amman’s new Abdali downtown renovation, The W Amman Hotel and Tower project is a uniquely asymmetrical, thirty-seven story tower. A twelve metre cantilever at one edge of the building is supported by a sloping, reinforced concrete frame rooted at the base of the tower.
The new headquarters buildings for both the Engineer’s Office and Meraas located in the hart of Dubai. The project consist of two G+2 building separated by a centrally located meeting/function hall.
The Fareed Tower project is located in the Business Bay neighborhood of Dubai. The luxurious residential tower is composed of three basement floors, one ground, twenty-two above-ground floors and a rooftop, with a relatively large floor-to-floor height of 4.75m.
The Jaber Al Ahmad Al Jaber Al Sabah Hospital project will be one of the largest medical centre in the State of Kuwait, as well as one of the major healthcare facilities in the Gulf region.
The 1,168 bed hospital will provide state-of-the-art medical services to a projected population of 600,000 people.
The Guardian Towers are two, seventeen-story residential and office towers sharing a common two-level podium, including four basement levels containing a car park.
The Office of the Future was built in the city of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, on January 2016, using 3D- printed concrete elements. The Project is the first 3D printed office in the world. It serves as a temporary office building during the construction of the Museum of the Future. The office is approximately 250 square meters and was printed using a 20-feet tall 3D printer in China. Several precast techniques were adopted in the design and construction of the Office of the Future. The 3D printed cassettes (segments) were shipped and assembled on-site in Dubai. The 3D printed cassettes were supported on cast-in-place concrete strip footing. The assembling and erection of the cassettes were done in just a few days.