Rev. 15.1 - CICO Consulting Engineers

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Rev. 15.1 - CICO Consulting Engineers
Rev. 15.1
CONTENTS
01. COMPANY PROFILE
02. COMPANY PORTFOLIO
a. Commercial and Residential Projects
b. School Projects
c. Sports Projects
d. Restoration Projects
03. COMPANY REGISTRATIONS
04. AWARDS
Company Profile
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
Architectural
WHAT WE ARE AND
WHAT WE DO …
• Master Planning and Project Programming
Founded over 45 years ago, CICO Consulting Architects & Engineers is an
• Feasibility Studies and Project Audit
architectural design, structural design, mechanical & electrical design,
• Concept Design and Preliminary Engineering
supervision and project management firm committed to design excellence,
• Detailed Design
social responsibility, and sustainability. With offices in Doha and Beirut, our
• Specification and Tender Documents
projects have been recognized throughout the world with numerous design
• Design Review for Authority Approvals
awards and press coverage each year. Our diverse portfolio of projects
• Sustainable Design approach to achieve LEED certification
includes work of all types and scales across the globe, and is based on our
core commitment to enriching the built environment by creating projects with
Structural
• CICO offer the most efficient, easy construction and economical structure
solutions for our projects using the latest technology of advance software
and following the latest international standards and design codes with
deep extensive experience.
Mechanical
social, environmental, and aesthetic integrity.
The basis of the work is a collective, rigorous exploration of fit and form,
driven by ideas about function, place, the form-making process, and the role
of design in human settlement. Knowledge and understanding of larger
community and environmental issues intensifies the meaningfulness of
CICO's work. Members of the firm routinely provide leadership in civic,
sociological, and sustainability initiatives. This commitment allows us to
• HVAC
bring a unique perspective to every project that fosters innovation, relevance,
• Plumbing and Drainage
and timelessness in the work. By embracing this broader view, our projects
• Fire Fighting
achieve harmony between client, user, site, and community.
Electrical
BRIEF HISTORY
• Power and Lighting
• Low Current System
CICO Consulting Architects & Engineers, a multidisciplinary consultancy
• Public Address/ Data and IT
firm, was founded in Doha in 1967 by Dipl. Eng. Architect Ahmad Cheikha
• Earthing and Lighting Protection
and the late Mohamed Abdullah Al-Attiyah, and has established a sustained
• Fire alarm
growth to become one of the top Architectural & Engineering consultancy
firms in Doha. Today the staffing numbers over 50 professionals of all
Construction Supervision and Project Management
disciplines, an eight fold increase from the 10 staff employed in 1970.
• Supervision Department is responsible for the overall management and
Local knowledge coupled with international experience and proven technical
supervision of projects under Post Contract Services for the period of
resources are our commitment to quality service. The company’s broad
construction , from its commencement till the completion stage (inclusive
experience covers Architectural, Engineering, Construction Supervision and
of maintenance period)
Project Management services for all types of projects. For some large
• CICO comprises of qualifies staff of Project Managers, Architects,
Resident/Structural/Civil Engineers, Service Engineers, Planning
projects, CICO utilizes the assistance of world-class consultants either as a
joint venture or as sub-consultants for a particular task of the project.
Engineers, QAQC &Safety Engineers and Quantity Surveyors
Initially founded in 1965 in Lebanon as an Architectural Practice, with
Quantity Surveying
particular emphasis on Educational Development, the firm moved to Qatar in
• Cost Planning and Cost Estimating
1967 and by the early 1970’s had developed a strong presence in Qatar.
• BOQs and Tender Documents
Branches were established in Lebanon, UAE, Egypt, London and Muscat. In
• Tendering, Evaluation and Contract Documents
• All Post Contract administration works
early 1990 CICO concentrated on works only within the State of Qatar.
DESIGN PRINCIPLES
It is our divine responsibility as architects, designers, and engineers to
The sequential phases that CICO Consulting Architects & Engineers’ services
design high-performing, healthy, and beautiful buildings that positively affect
equate with are:
the people, environment, and communities they serve. For each project, we
first consider our client's goals and programmatic needs - both immediate
and future - then integrate those with site and climate conditions, and the
project's role within its community and environment. Great design, and
consequently great service, can be accomplished only through the
consideration and balancing of all of these factors.
¬ Master Planning and Project Programming
¬ Feasibility Studies and Project Audit
¬ Conceptual Design and Preliminary Engineering
¬ Detailed Design
¬ Preparation of Tender Documents
¬ Supervision of Construction
We draw on the strengths of a unique architectural methodology, established
¬ Project Monitoring and Evaluation
by Ahamed Chekha himself, which portrays the present development of the
country and where appropriate, preserves and articulates the traditional
Our capabilities, refined over the last four decades in conjunction with our
Qatari Architecture while ensuring that each design offers the client a
design skills and the latest computer technology applied to the production of
functional space tailored to their needs and design brief. The firm’s approach
drawings, enable us to analyze and plan entire projects and operate
is grounded in the search for contextually appropriate solutions. CICO was
management skills on a project-wide basis.
awarded numerous times to complete landmark projects including awardwinning projects such as Tornado Tower (QIPCO) and Aspire Dome Sports
Centre.
Under the leadership of the Project Manager, the design team works on a
unified basis of design requirement produced from the client’s brief with all
documentation arranged and administered by a Project Coordinator.
TYPES OF PROJECTS UNDERTAKEN BY CICO
Our project tasks commence with a critical assessment of the needs of the
¬ High-rise buildings
Client and a thorough diagnosis of his plan of action is formulated,
¬ Commercial
discussed, finalized, and then implemented in close consultation with him.
¬ Residential
Professionally as well as financially, CICO aims at optimum solutions, quality
¬ Educational
standards and correct implementation. Training and supervision are strategic
¬ Hotels, Resorts and Leisure
components of any assignment we undertake, to ensure that the objectives
¬ Sports Facilities
of the work carried out are fully met. Leading principles of our works are:
¬ Military
advanced professional skills, commitment to excellence, multidisciplinary
¬ Industrial
approach, absolute independence, sharing of knowledge, creativity and
¬ Urban Planning
enthusiasm.
¬ Restoration
CONTRACT SERVICES
ARCHITECTURE & ENGINEERING
Once the design proposal has been approved and a construction contract
Whilst the focus is on the form and fabric of the building itself, within the
awarded, all project requirements will be carefully supervised to ensure that
practice as a whole CICO have built up a broad-based capability which
budget, program and quality are controlled to the Client’s satisfaction.
allows a much wider range of tasks related to land use, property and
CICO’S services cover project management, inspection of suppliers as well
building to be developed and achieved.
as thorough on-site supervision. Our broad experience of leading
multidisciplinary teams and coordinating the needs of both Client and
From master-planning exercises involving many acres of land and a
Contractor puts CICO in an ideal position to resolve problems and overcome
multiplicity of uses to the design of the individual workstation, the necessary
conflicts or any concerns encountered during construction.
skills are available to analyze problems and propose solutions. CICO offer a
range of associated skills either in support of these activities or as separate
The services offered by CICO are centered on design excellence, creativity
services for example Interior Design, Planning and Landscaping all of which
and development of design to a highly technical engineering standard,
are complemented by the use of up-do-date computerized technology in
utilizing the considerable skills and depth of knowledge of fully qualified
both hardware and software.
senior staff whose experience has been gained over a substantial number of
years in the region.
KEY PERSONNEL
01.
02.
03.
04.
05.
MANAGEMENT
Ahmed Cheikha
Amjad Harb
- Chairman/ Managing Director
- Deputy Managing Director
DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURAL
Nozar Ravanbach
Awni Khater
Edgardo de la Cruz
Moataz Lofty
Maha Kitana
- Head of the Architectural Department
- Senior Architect
- Senior Architect
- Architect
- Architect
DEPARTMENT OF STRUCTURAL
Ibrahim Ghosoun
Antony Samy
- Head of the Structural Department
- Structural Engineer
DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL
Fadel Fouani
Mounir Halabi
Irfan Ahamad
Kareem Sobhy
- Head of the Mechanical Department
- Senior Mechanical Engineer
- Mechanical Engineer
- Mechanical Engineer
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL
Thomas John
Salvador Mann
- Head of the Electrical Department
- Electrical Engineer
06.
DEPARTMENT OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT
Stuart Allen
- Head of Post Contract Project Section
Marwan Najmedine
- Project Manager
07.
DEPARTMENT OF QUANTITY SURVEYING
Munawer Ali
- Head of the Quantity Surveying Department
Jaleel Kaladan
- Senior Quantity Surveyor
Malithi Samarajeewa
- Quantity Surveyor
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Profile
ORGANISATION CHART
Engineering personnel
CICO has an experienced team of Architects and Engineers in the
head office and project based for supervision.
As a result of competition in the construction industry, CICO
maintains a highly qualified workforce, with a minimum qualification
to degree level for key staff.
A more than two third of our key staff has 20+ year extensive
experience in construction industry.
CICO maintains a highly
qualified and experienced
workforce
5+
years
40+
years
30+
years
10+
years
Key Personnel
Experience
20+
years
KEY PERSONNEL EXPERIENCE IN A NUTSHELL
Managing Director - Ahamed Chekha
In the course of a career spanning over 40 years, Mr. Chekha has solidly established his credentials as a widely respected Architects of
important commercial, institutional, industrial and residential projects with expanded client base including the Qatari Military, Qatari Government,
Ministries, Commercial Enterprises, Banks and Private Enterprises. Highly varied in scale and function - and widely distributed geographically his award-winning work is creative, elegant and consistently responsive to client objectives. He is the co-founder of CICO Consulting Architects
Engineers Doha, Qatar and as the Managing Director of CICO, his responsibilities include interdisciplinary coordination, manpower allocation,
budget control, and schedule attainment.
Deputy Managing Director - Amjad Harb
Over a period of 20 years of experience in the architectural practice and construction, he gained an extensive project experience, particularly in
large buildings (residential, offices complicated buildings such as museums, theatres, libraries and hotels) where he involved in a number of
projects with international famous Architects and Firms. As the Deputy Managing Director of CICO, he liaise with other Departmental Heads in
order to establish and maintain support in relation to organisation’s operational functions and ensuring that they are fully informed of operational
objectives, purposes and achievements. Deep understanding of end-user requirement & the implication on coordination and design of all
discipline are the responsibilities including plan and coordinate time, budget & management team activities to achieve goals with client
satisfaction.
Head of Post Contract Project Section - Stuart Allen
Mr. Allen has over 30 years of extensive professional experience in major engineering projects in United Kingdom and Middle East. Since
graduating, he has been involved in construction projects from inception to completion and occupation, initially as a Structural Design Engineer
through to Senior Project Manager. He has also gained full knowledge and hands-on experience in Construction Contract Administration, which
compliments his in-depth knowledge of the technical matters associated with achieving a completed Project.
Project Manager – Marwan Najmedine
Mr. Najmedine has over 20 years of international experience in working with National and Multinational Companies in several countries
(Morocco, Tunis, Lebanon, Egypt , UAE and Qatar ), with a deep knowledge of construction methodologies, Contracts administration and
project management .
Head of Architectural Department - Nozar Ravanbach, AIA, LEED AP
A highly experienced manager & architectural designer who has demonstrated the ability to lead the design and diverse teams of professionals
to new levels of success in a variety of highly complex projects. cutting-edge award winning designer, and fast-paced manager with strong
technical and business qualifications with an impressive track record of more than 27 years of hands-on experience in management, project
entitlements, master planning, LEED & concept design through construction of large scale developments. Proven ability to successfully
organize design teams and groups of consultants, identify deficiencies and potential opportunities, and develop innovative and cost-effective
solutions.
Head of Structural Department - G. Ibrahim Ahmad
Mr Ibrahim has over 40 years of professional experience of structural design in Middle East with an emphasis the design, management and
construction of major building and infrastructure projects. As the head of the Structural Department, He is leading a team engineers, inspectors
& CAD technicians. He also has a solid knowledge of all codes in the discipline of structural design in Qatar and GCC.
Head of Mechanical Department - Fadel Fouani
Mr. Fadel Fouani is a senior mechanical engineer with extensive background in the design and layout of mechanical building service systems
and equipments in Middle East and Canada. He has excellent knowledge of HVAC, plumbing, and fire protection systems design, as well as
HVAC system controls for industrial, residential and commercial facilities. He has compiled and established detailed mechanical coordination
checklists to aid other engineers in better coordinating with other disciplines and trades, and assuring quality and cost effective designs.
Head of Electrical Department - T. Thomas John
He has comprehensive experience in construction industry over 29 years in various construction organizations. Design and detailed engineering
of electrical installations in scattered & multi-storeyed residential & commercial complexes, industrial warehouses, sports complexes, parks
etc., tender analysis, project planning, liaison with clients and statutory bodies, project management etc. As the head of the Electrical
Department, He is leading a team engineers, inspectors & CAD technicians as well as involved with processing & workouts of fee proposals.
Head of Quantity Surveying Department - Munawer Ali
A professionally qualified Quantity Surveyor/Contract Administrator with over 20 years of experience in Building and Civil Engineering projects in
Middle East and Sri Lanka. Has worked for Client, Contractor and Consultant sides and has the ability to manage change effectively in both Pre
and Post Contract stages to ensure performances of the parties in terms of the contract from Concept to Final Account. Has an excellent track
record of developing, planning, implementing and delivering construction solutions to meet Client needs.
CONTACT DETAILS
CICO Consulting Engineers
Fareej Al Soudan – Salwa Road
Next to Mannai Petrol Station
SH. Lubna Building
Block No.1, First Floor
P.O.Box 152
Doha, State of Qatar
Tel. No. (00974) 4486 5591
Fax No. (00974) 4486 6798
Email
:[email protected]
:[email protected]
Website :www.cicoconsultants.com
Experience in the
Commercial and
Residential
Projects
CICO created the architectural and engineering construction documents and oversaw the construction phases of Commercial towers, Mixed use developments,
Residential apartments, residential compounds and villas.
Thorough understanding of requirements, codes, functions and specifications related to the Qatar condition
over forty years for over forty schools,
our key staff has achieved deserving
milestones.
site plan
QIPCO OFFICE TOWER, CTBUH 2009 BEST
TALL BUILDING MIDDLE EAST AND AFRICA
THE PROJECT ¬ 53 Story office building with
Recreation area, Restaurant and 3 Basement
car parks
CLIENT ¬ Qatar Investment and Projects
Development Holding Company
LOCATION ¬ West Bay, Doha - Qatar
PLOT AREA ¬ 11,500 sq. m. + 7,000 sq. m. rented
plaza for Public Parking
BUILT UP AREA ¬ 134,000 sq. m.
CONSTRUCTION COST ¬ US $ 200 Million
CONSTRUCTION COMPLETED ¬ 2009
The 2009 CTBUH award winner
for the best tall building for
the Middle East and Africa
region, Tornado Tower has
become an iconic structure
on the city of Doha skyline.
Its many features have set it
apart, whether observing its
unique lighting structure that
creates over 35,000 stunning
visual patterns or the tubular
steel “diagrid” that envelops the
tower’s outer skin. These aspects
have created a distinctive light
structure making the tower
unique in its surroundings and
revered by the community.
The pleasing aesthetics is
not the only way to admire
Tornado Tower, the design and
engineering have also deemed
it to be environmentally friendly.
Tornado Tower contributes
to the community with both
its vast public plaza as well
as its skyline light sculpture.
It is a building that is both
visually intriguing and highly
sophisticated and leaves a
lasting impression on all who
visit the West Bay area of Doha.
This tower’s concept design
is the collaboration efforts
of CICO and SIAT, a German
based architectural firm. CICO
created the architectural and
engineering construction
documents and oversaw the
construction phase of this tower.
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QATAR SILHOUETTE TOWER
THE PROJECT ¬ 58 Storey residential tower, 222m
tall 5-star hotel with 280 guestrooms &
250 furnished residential units, Fully serviced
Clubhouse, Fitness centre, Swimming pool, cafe
shop and Meeting facilities
2 Basements with parking for 540 cars
CLIENT ¬ H.E. Mohamed Ajaj Al Kubaisi
LOCATION ¬ West bay, Doha - Qatar
PLOT AREA ¬ 4,029 sq. m. and 2,000 sq. m.
rented plaza
BUILT UP AREA ¬ 100,000 sq. m.
CONSTRUCTION COST ¬ US $ 110 Million
Originally designed as
a residential structure,
Silhouette Tower’s layout
has been reconfigured as a
280-guestroom, 5-star hotel
together with 250 furnished
hotel apartments. Residential
units can take advantage of
all hotel’s amenities including
room and maids services.
Located in the prestigious
West Bay area of Doha, the
residents enjoy access to a
clubhouse, fitness centre,
conference facilities and
coffee shops. The tower is
designed as four blocks with
varying heights to break the
mass of the structure, creating
a proportional body with a
slender top. Varying glass skin
patterns also add interest to
the façade of the building.
The concept design of this
tower is the result of the
collaborative efforts of CICO
with Taillibert architects based
in Paris. CICO created the
architectural and engineering
construction documents and
oversaw the construction of
the project.
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BROOQ TOWER
THE PROJECT ¬ 44 Storey residential tower
Containing 234 flats of various sizes
2 Basements with parking for 330 cars Meeting
hall, fitness centre and Dining facilities
CLIENT ¬ H. E. Abdul Rahman Al-Attiyah
LOCATION ¬ Al-Dafna Doha - Qatar
PLOT AREA ¬ Owner - 4,203.00 sqm, Government
-1,819.00 sqm
BUILT UP AREA ¬ Owner 74,335 sq. m.
Government 3,638 sq. m.
CONSTRUCTION COST ¬ US $ 110 Million
Designed with a gentle
curvature, the symmetrical
skin of the structure forms
the impressive mass of this
44-story residential tower.
Mechanical floors and fire
safety refuge floors separate
the building mass into three
sections that are honestly
expressed on the tower
façade. The first three levels of
the building are reserved for
common functions including
a sizeable meeting hall with
adjoining dining facilities. A
Generous fitness centre with
lockers, saunas, and a large
indoors swimming pool are
among the amenities. The
dominating exterior materials
of the building are an off-white
Glass Fibre Reinforced Concrete
panelized system with tinted
high-performance glazing.
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AL-WAHA TOWER
THE PROJECT ¬ 42 Storey Residential Building
234 Apartments and 4 Penthouses
Two basements with parking for 330 cars
Recreation facilities, fitness centre, spa
swimming pool, restaurant, coffee shop
multipurpose hall
CLIENT ¬ H.E. Abdul Rahman AL-Attiyah
LOCATION ¬ West Bay, Doha - Qatar
PLOT AREA ¬ 4,000 sq. m. + 2000 sq. m.
rented plaza
BUILT UP AREA ¬ 43,000 sq. m.
CONSTRUCTION COST ¬ US $ 45 million
This tower concept design is
the result of the collaborative
efforts of CICO and SIAT, a
German based architectural
firm. CICO also acted as the
local architectural firm for
this project. The tower mass
consists of three elements, a
central core block that raises
high creating the highest
element of the mass and form
the slender top of the tower
and two rectangular residential
blocks of varying heights that
embrace this core to form
a playful elegant structure.
The facade of the structure is
design-sensitive to the regional
environment. A double-skin
south and west facing façade
enclosure protects the inner
functions from the elements.
The top floors of the tower are
dedicated to four luxurious
penthouses and ground and
portions of lower levels are
reserved for common functions
such as swimming pool,
restaurant, coffee shop and a
multi-purpose hall.
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MINISTRY OF EDUCATION HEADQUARTERS
THE PROJECT ¬ 22 Storey office Building
One basement with parking for 300 cars
CLIENT ¬ Ministry of Endowments &
Islamic Affairs
LOCATION ¬ West Bay, Doha - Qatar
PLOT AREA ¬ 8000 sq. m.
BUILT UP AREA ¬ 27,389 sq. m.
CONSTRUCTION COST ¬ US $37 Million
CONSTRUCTION COMPLETED ¬ 2001
CICO Consultants successfully
won the architectural
design competition for
this prestigious 22-storey,
government office building
in the West Bay area of Doha,
Qatar. The project is designed
to accommodate one city
block by locating the tower on
the street frontage with three
podium levels on the rest
of the plot. The tower floorplate comprises of a central
core surrounded by office
functions that form gentle
outer curves to the façade of
the building. Because of the
buildings use as the “Ministry
of Endowments & Islamic
Affairs,” a special location is
dedicated at the midpoint of
the tower for the praying hall.
This function is architecturally
accentuated on the main
façade of the structure. The
architecture of the building
is sensitive to the local
traditional styles.
site plan
TAMEER REAL ESTATE W.L.L. OFFICE AND
RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX
THE PROJECT ¬ 8 Storey residential and
commercial buildings
Residential Building:
120 apartments
2 Basements with parking for 285 cars
Commercial Building:
1.600 sq. m. of show room
12,000 sq. m. of open space office
CLIENT ¬ Tameer Real Estate W.L.L.
LOCATION ¬ Al-Rayyan Road, Doha - Qatar
PLOT AREA ¬ 6,613 sq. m.
BUILT UP AREA ¬ 43,420 sq. m.
CONSTRUCTION COST ¬ US $ 55 Million
CONSTRUCTION COMPLETED ¬ July 2009
Designed as a modern simple
structure this eight-story
complex is a perfect fit within
the context of its surroundings.
The 6,613 sq. m. property
is divided into two parts,
commercial and residential.
The commercial section of
the development is located
adjacent to the main road to
offer the best exposure to the
tenants. The first 2 levels of
this building are combined,
creating a transparent
showroom viewed from the
main street. The residential
section of the complex is
located behind the commercial
block away from the noise and
disturbance of the main road.
The architectural vocabulary of
the residential block is a cross
between the modern high-tech
approach of the office building
and the more traditional style
of local surroundings.
QATAR ISLAMIC BANK HEAD QUARTERS
THE PROJECT ¬ 7 Storey Offices with one Basement
CLIENT ¬ Qatar Islamic Bank
LOCATION ¬ Grand Hamad Avenue, Doha - Qatar
PLOT AREA ¬ 1,600 sq. m.
BUILT UP AREA ¬ 11,000 sq. m.
CONSTRUCTION COST ¬ US $ 10 Million
CONSTRUCTION COMPLETED ¬ 1991
The design of this 8-story
office building is sensitive to
the local historical heritage.
The use of more mass and less
glass with small fenestrations
is the architectural
treatment relating to the
local architecture. An
environmentally sensitive
double skin enclosure
protects the inner functions
from the harsh outdoor
elements. The structure is
covering a full city block with
grade level shading arcades.
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NATIONAL THEATRE
THE PROJECT ¬ 550 seat theatre with associated
backstage areas, Rehearsal area, revolving stage
and orchestra pit
Annexed buildings consisting of:
National Council and Arts & Heritage offices
CLIENT ¬ The Government of the State of Qatar
LOCATION ¬ The Corniche, Doha, Qatar
PLOT AREA ¬ 34,495 sq. m.
BUILT UP AREA ¬ 11,597 sq. m.
CONSTRUCTION COST ¬ US $ 30 Million
CONSTRUCTION COMPLETED ¬ 1982
REFURBISHED ¬ 2004
Previously two times nominee
for “Agha Khan Award for
Architecture”, the National
Theatre is truly a masterpiece of
architecture reflecting the local
environment’s heritage. The
27-year old structure today is
holding a dominating presence
in the prestigious, Corniche
area of Doha. With proportional
arched arcades, human scaled
courtyards, playful facades and
its white plastered skin the
National Theatre is the perfect
fit for the local setting and the
surroundings. The structure
was refurbished in 2004 and
a further extension is being
planned to provide for an
additional 350 seats, backstage,
rehearsal hall and additional
offices for National Council and
Arts & Heritage.
ENERGY CITY QATAR Plots A-03 & A-04
OFFICE BUILDINGS
THE PROJECT ¬ Two adjoining office buildings
Facilities include:
Ground and mezzanine floor offices
Typical 3-level offices
Lobby atriums
3 levels of Underground parking
ECQ A-03: 163 parking stalls
ECQ A-04: 307 parking stalls
LEED silver rating with vegetated roofs
CLIENT ¬ Dafer M. Halawa and Tadmur Logistic
LOCATION ¬ Energy City, Lusail, Qatar
PLOT AREA ¬ A-03: 3,848 sq. m.
A-04: 7,043 sq. m.
BUILT UP AREA ¬ A-03: 5,387 sq. m.
A-04: 10,484 sq. m.
The objective is to create an
innovative design that fits the
guidelines of the Energy City
master plan. Designed with
environmentally sensitive
elements, as LEED Silver, this
elegant and simple cubical
design will fit the surrounding
structures. On certain facades,
the solid look is maintained
by using perforated GRC
cladding which will give
excellent shaded views from
the inside and a solid look
from the outside. The whole
building design was formed
using folded plates relaying an
impression of monumentality
but still maintaining the
elegance and lightness
intended. The elevations
inclined slightly to the outside
to reduce the exposure to
direct sunlight and give an
illusion of a higher building. The
use of folded plates allowed
for a play of solid versus void
that redeemed the building
from being a glass bulk and at
the same time avoided the use
of punched windows which
might scale-down the whole
building image.
ENERGY CORNER, ENERGY CITY QATAR, PLOT
F-12, OFFICE / RETAIL
THE PROJECT ¬ Mixed use office and retail
building facilities include:
Ground and mezzanine floor offices
and retail including a coffee shop
Typical 3-level offices
Lobby atriums
3 levels of Underground parking
278 parking spaces
LEED Gold rating with vegetated roof
CLIENT ¬ Tameer Real Estate W.L.L.
LOCATION ¬ Energy City, Lusail, Qatar
PLOT AREA ¬ 6,964 sq. m.
BUILT UP AREA ¬ 9,750 sq. m.
Designed as a LEED Gold
rated structure, the intention
of the design is to produce
an outstanding, world class
building, meeting Energy City
Qatar’s requirement for an
environmentally friendly and
safe Green Building. The site’s
shape, at a corner location,
almost dictates the form of the
building but also the various
surroundings of the site have
helped to locate the various
focal points such as the main
entrance, rear entrance, the
retail area and coffee shop. The
outward inclining façades (by
3 meters from bottom to top)
and the proposed canopied
roof top help casting shade on
the facades. Additional shading
is provided by the provision
of motorized, vertical fins to
the North West side and fixed,
horizontal, open louvers to the
South/East sides, to minimize
direct sunshine on the glazing.
A rooftop garden is also
designed for this building.
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QATAR NAVIGATION, COMMERCIAL /
RESIDENTIAL
THE PROJECT ¬ Mixed use office, retail and
residential building
Facilities include:
Ground and mezzanine floor retail
Typical 2-level offices
Underground parking for 500 cars
122 attached villas
207 4-storey apartments
CLIENT ¬ Qatar Navigation
LOCATION ¬ Industrial area of Doha - Qatar
PLOT AREA ¬ 90,700 sq. m.
BUILT UP AREA ¬ 100,000 sq. m.
The modern concept design
of this project is based on
simplicity and clean lines
of form and detail. The
architectural theme relates to
a regionalism approach that is
sensitive to the environment
and the nature of the train. A
limited amount of glass, more
mass, use of canopies and
shading devices and layering
the façade skins are some
of the sustainable design
approaches. The buildings are
designed as LEED certified
structures. The complex
comprises of 30,000 sq. m. of
retail/office at 4 levels, 40,000
sq. m. of 200 apartments at 4
levels and 120 attached villas.
The construction cost of this
mixed use project is anticipated
to be around $100 million.
SHEIKH KHALID MALL, MIXED USE RETAIL /
OFFICE
THE PROJECT ¬ Mixed use office, retail building
Facilities include:
18,000 sq.m. Ground and mezzanine floor mall
10,000 sq. m. Offices at 2 levels
2 basements with parking for 500 cars
CLIENT ¬ Sheikh Khalid Bin Hamad
LOCATION ¬ Rayan area of Doha - Qatar
PLOT AREA ¬ 24,275 sq. m.
BUILT UP AREA ¬ 65,000 sq. m.
This 4-level structure is
designed as a mixed use
retail and office complex. The
massive stone façade finishes
and smooth curved roofline
are a visual expression of
the nearby sand dunes. The
project comprises of 15,000
sq. m. of shopping mall with
anchor stores at opposite
ends, a central atrium, 2
levels of top level offices of
200,000 sq. m. in total and 2
levels of underground parking
and delivery. The project is a
larger, additional block to an
existing mixed use retail / office
previously designed by CICO.
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F-10A OFFICE BUILDING
THE PROJECT Ground + 3 levels for office
spaces. One basement level for car parking.
CLIENT Al Attiyah Family
LOCATION Energy City Qatar, Lusail
PLOT AREA 3,256 sq.m.
BUILT-UP AREA 4,555 sq.m.
CONSTRUCTION COST 70 Million
STATUS Concept Design
The proposed site is situated at F-10A plot in Energy
City-Qatar at upcoming Lusail City. The concept was to
include three types of façade designs and merge them
together to form an abstract building form. The three
types of building facades include simple concrete and
glass wall façade, concrete wall with windows, and
mesh cladding façade.
It is a commercial building, where ground floor may
serve as a retail space and upper floors as for office
workstation spaces.
CHEVROLET SHOWROOM
THE PROJECT Ground for showroom &
Mezzanine level for office workstations.
CLIENT Al Jaidah Group
LOCATION Al Jaidah Square, Al Matar Street,
Doha-Qatar
PLOT AREA 3,460 sq.m.
BUILT-UP AREA NIL
CONSTRUCTION COST 9.2 Million
STATUS Tender Stage
The project is situated in an existing
Jaidah Square building consisting of a
bookstore, Al Jarir, an Italian restaurant,
PaperMoon, and private office spaces.
Chevrolet showroom is situated next to
the bookstore and will attract customers
from the airport road, Al Matar Street.
The inreior space consists of car exhibits,
sports cars exhibits, car-parts-for-sale,
space, café and sitting lobbies spaces. It is
also proposed that delivery of cars after
purchasing will be at basement level.
BARWA OFFICE, COMTETITION
THE PROJECT Ground + 6 levels for bank & office
spaces. Roof Garden & One basement level for car
parking.
CLIENT Barwa Company
LOCATION Grand Hamad Street
PLOT AREA 1,811 sq.m.
BUILT-UP AREA 7,214 sq.m.
CONSTRUCTION COST 120 Million
STATUS Concept Design
The site is surrounded by existing office /commercial buildings with
variety of mismatched styles. Architectural approach is not related to
the surroundings, old Qatari style of Souq Waqif, modernized Qatari
style of Mushireb or any particular style within the context. The
architecture is simply: a) Inspired by the nature, b) Developed by
function and c) sculptural forms.
QMMF KARTING
THE PROJECT Consisting of Karting race track with
championship service park, paddock area,
refreshment shop and 2 storey administration
building as well as pit boxes.
CLIENT QMMF
LOCATION Lusail, Qatar
PLOT AREA 200 sq.km.
BUILT-UP AREA 2990 sq.km.
CONSTRUCTION COST
80 Million
STATUS Construction
The Proposed project is a QMMF karting
comprised of an international karting
race track with championship service
park , paddock area (open parking for
delivery trucks/driver's belongings), and
an open area for potential use in
championship season to house a
dismountable grandstand inclusive of an
outdoor permanent refreshment shop
and toilet facilities.
In addition to this track, an
administration building is featured
encompassing office space, cafe,
changing rooms and karting garages (pit
boxes).
The project is located in the southeast area of lusail adjacent to the existing qmmf international circuit.
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THE PROJECT ¬ 2-Storey Embassy + 2 storey
embassador’s residence in one building and
commercial + residential towers together with Roof
garden consisting of roof garden and jogging track.
CLIENT ¬ Government of Qatar
LOCATION ¬ Manila, Philippines
PLOT AREA ¬ 9,099 sq. m.
BUILT UP AREA ¬ 39,055 sq. m.
CONSTRUCTION COST N/A
STATUS Competition Design
Embassy &
Residence
Commercial & Residential
towers
The architectural design for Embassy
(&Ambassador’s Residence) and
Commercial as well as Residential Towers’
compound is based on complex geometry
that is designed over an Islamic pattern
grid module. The modular nature of design
provides the ease of panelizing the exterior
walls of the building and use materials such
as Precast concrete or “Glass Fiber
Reinforced Concrete” systems that can
have various looks and textures.
The buildings are located closer at the
center of the plot area as to create
attractive landscaping features around the
building like greenery and water features.
Octagonal shaped flat rooflines with roof
gardens and skylight domes, abstract
shape building masses coming out from an
Islamic (site) patterns and a GRC screen
panel, resembling A Mashrabiyah screen,
covering the building masses creates the
fabric of architecture.
ABDEL RAHMAN AL ATTIYAH TOWER
THE PROJECT Mixed used project consisting of retail plus
Entertainment facilities at base and office & residential
Towers.
CLIENT AbdEl Rahman Al Attiyah
LOCATION Marina District, Lusail City, Qatar
PLOT AREA 5,520 sq.m.
BUILT-UP AREA 21,570 sq.m.
CONSTRUCTION COST N/A
STATUS Concept Design
Abdel Rahman Al Attiyah Tower is located at
Marina District at Lusail City where it’s urban
construction is underway. Marinadistrict is one
of the several districts that will serve facilities
to the Marina residents and workers.
Consisting of retail and entertinment
amenities, the circulr structures have 3 levels.
Their facades are of glazing (vision and
spandrel glass) as well as diagonal columns
providing support of the structures as well
shading of interior spaces. The office and
residential spaces are located in 4 towers each
of different heights creating an outsanding
aesthetics of the entire tower structure blening
with the surroundings. The 4 towers, in plan,
are squares, but from exterior, the facades
start to be stretched outwards from ground to
top floors.
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New Doha International Airport to Doha City.
CICO Engineers scope of work included Peer review on
Civil defense drawings and life safety works. Also CICO
Is heading Civil Defense drawings approved by authority.
CLIENT New Doha international airport, NDA.
LOCATION Doha -Qatar
PLOT AREA N/A
BUILT-UP AREA N/A
CONSTRUCTION COST N/A
STATUS Approval completed; Construction ongoing
site plan – yellow & blue are the tunnels
New Doha International Airport
proposed three tunnels to ease the
traffic mode to/from the Doha City. Two
tunnels (located at east & west) include
taxiways for passengers travelling
from/to the airport. The Utility Tunnel
which is located in between the two
taxiytunnels is used fr service vehicles
like loading trucks, food & beverages
delivery trucks, etc.
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involved in getting the civil defense
drawings approved by Civil Defense
authority and thereafter construction
for tunnels commenced.
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THE PROJECT Ground + 3 levels for residences &
1 basement level for car parking
CLIENT
Al Jaidah Group
LOCATION Old Airport, Doha
PLOT AREA 1,390 sq.m.
BUILT-UP AREA 4,780 sq.m.
CONSTRUCTION COST 70 million
STATUS Concept Design
International Circuit is a motor racing
circuit located just outside Doha, at
Lusail area. The purpose of QMMF
headquarter building is to provide
headquarter offices to monitor the
racing events
MLPA LABOR CAMP
Labor camp for
construction workers who will live
and work at the GreenLine South.
Multiple buildings provided for
laborers such as accommodations,
amenities and utilities.
CLIENT
Qatar Rail
LOCATION
Wakra, Qatar
PLOT AREA
N/A
BUILT-UP AREA 12,228 sq.m.
CONSTRUCTION COST 32.5 million
STATUS Construction
THE PROJECT
LUSAIL WATERFRONT BAY
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THE PROJECT Residential
apartments with Café, Gym and
Swimming pool facilities. 2
basements level car parking.
CLIENT
Al Kubaisi
LOCATION
Lusail, Qatar
PLOT AREA 4,150 sq.m.
BUILT-UP AREA 16,600 sq.m.
CONSTRUCTION COST
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million
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located at a prominent
location where its views
are towards the beach
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tower consisting of 110
apartments and
amenities at lower levels
to serve the residents.
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cantilevered balconies, curve roofing systems are the main design features in the project.
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floor. Swimming pool deck located on the roof.
CLIENT
Al Kubaisi
LOCATION
Lusail, Qatar
PLOT AREA 6,876 sq.m.
BUILT-UP AREA 4,780 sq.m.
CONSTRUCTION COST 70 million
STATUS DC-1
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Qatari Diar’s Lusail City master planned area.
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buildings. A goal was to create modern building
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Experience in the
School and
Educational
Projects
CICO act the Key Role with designing
primary schools, secondary schools, kindergartens and hostels in all over the
Qatar for both government and private
sector.
Thorough understanding of requirements, codes, functions and specifications related to the Qatar condition
over forty years for over forty schools,
our key staff has achieved deserving
milestones.
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Experience in the
Sports
Projects
CICO has been produced architectural and
engineering documents for many Sports
buildings, race tracks, pavilions, grandstands and aquatic complex in all over
the Qatar for both government and private sector.
Thorough understanding of requirements, codes, functions and specifications related to the Qatar condition over
forty years for over forty schools, our
key staff has achieved deserving milestones.
site plan
ASPIRE / SPORTS ACADEMY
THE PROJECT ¬ Training facilities for students
between 12 and 6 years old
The Academy containing the following facilities:
25 classrooms, 4 laboratories,
Dormitories for 150 pupils, administration
Recreation, restaurant, cafeteria,
7 outdoor football training fields
2 outdoor tennis courts
CLIENT ¬ Khalifa Sports City Development
Committee
LOCATION ¬ Khalifa Stadium , west of Doha
PLOT AREA ¬ 200,000 sq. m.
BUILT UP AREA ¬ 29,000 sq. m.
CONSTRUCTION COST ¬ US $ 40 Million
CONSTRUCTION STARTED ¬ October 2002
CONSTRUCTION COMPLETED ¬ April 2004
Originally designed for the
2006 Asian Games, Aspire
Sports Hall and Sports
Academy are today serving
the country of Qatar as the
main sports training and
education center. The concept
design of this facility is a
collaboration of the efforts of
CICO and Taillibert, Paris based
architectural firm. CICO also
produced full architectural
and engineering construction
documents and oversaw the
construction phase of this
project. The project comprises
of two separate facilities. Two
semi-spherical shells form the
enclosure for the complex,
covering a vast area for indoor
sport facilities. The Sports
Academy training facility is
geared for the education of
youngsters between 12 and 16
years old.
site plan
Motorcycle Grand prix Al-LUSAIL CIRCUIT
THE PROJECT ¬ Grand prix motor cycle race track
Facilities include: Pit Boxes, VIP terrace,
Media Centre, Control Tower, QMMF building,
Medical Centre
FIM Medical Tent, Team Offices,
Restaurant , Tyres Area and E.T.V.
Main grandstand, Petrol and Gas Stations and
Food court. Parking at P1, P2 & VIP
CLIENT ¬ Qatar Motor & Motor Cycle Federation
LOCATION ¬ Al- Lusail (30 km. North of Doha)
PLOT AREA ¬ 3.6K sq. m.
BUILT UP AREA ¬ 50,000 sq. m.
CONSTRUCTION COST ¬ US $ 62 Million
CONSTRUCTION COMPLETED ¬ October 2004
Lusail International Circuit is
a motor racing circuit located
just outside Doha, at Lusail
area. The grandstand is the
dominating architectural
structure which, with its bare
concrete finish and bold
pedestrian ramps, imprints
a lasting impression on the
visitor’s sense of space. Built
in just less than one year by
1000 workers, the track opened
in 2004 with the inaugural
Marlboro Grand Prix of Qatar.
The track is 5.4 km in length,
with a main straight of just
over a kilometer at 1,068 m. It
is surrounded by artificial grass
to stop the sand encroaching
onto the track. In 2007, Lusail
added permanent outdoor
lighting for night races. The
lighting of the Lusail Circuit
is the largest sports lighting
project in the world.
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Experience in the
Restoration
Projects
CICO was charged with the architectural
and engineering restoration plans for majority of national heritage compounds.
Thorough understanding of requirements,
codes, functions and specifications related to the Qatar condition over forty
years for over forty schools, our key
staff has achieved deserving milestones.
BARZAN TOWERS, RESTORATION
CICO was charged with the
architectural and engineering
restoration plans for this
national heritage compound.
The Barzan Towers have
been completely restored
and rebuilt. A lot of effort
was focused on information
gathering and historical
research to ensure the
authenticity of rebuilt areas.
Barzan means “high place”, and
it was said that pearl divers
could see the Barzan Towers
when they returned from
their pearl trips. The buildings
were essentially watch towers,
probably built to protect an
area where rainwater collected
and date trees would grow. The
towers were built at the start
of the 20th century by Sheik
Mohammed Bin Jassim Al Thani
in Umm Salal, Mohammed
province of Qatar.
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SCHEDULE OF COMPLETED PROJECTS, 1970 - 2013
EDUCATION BUILDINGS
Cost in US$
million
Projects
Client
1
Several Primary and Secondary School in Lebanon
Lebanese Government.
2
Boys Hostel Doha.
Ministry of Public Works Qatar.
3
QAFCO School –Umm Said.
Qatar Fertilizer Company.
4
Lebanese School/ Qatar.
Lebanese School Board of Trustees.
5
6. 39 No.s Government Schools.
Building Eng. Dep. Municipality Qatar
6
Ajaj School Building
Mr .Ajaj Al-Kubaisi
23.00
7
Al-Andalus Private Schools (6. No.)
SHK. Abdullah bin Khalid Al-Thani
55.00
10.00
4.50
7.00
250.00
BANK BUILDINGS
Cost in US$
million
Projects
Client
1
Qatar National Bank , Musherib Branch, Doha
Qatar National Bank
2
Grindlays Bank -Dubai
Grindlays Bank -Dubai
1.00
3
National Bank of Sharjah
National Bank , Sharjah
2.20
4
Grindlays Bank
Grindlays Bank –Dubai
5.00
5
Grindlays Bank -Sharjah
Grindlays Bank
0.50
6
Grindlays Bank –Amman Jordan
Grindlays Bank
2.30
7
Al-Ahli Bank of Qatar- Doha
Al-Ahli Bank, Doha
1.20
7.00
8
Qatar Islamic Bank – Doha
Qatar Islamic Bank – Doha-Qatar
9.00
9
Qatar National Bank -5 No.s Branches
Qatar National Bank-Doha
7.00
10
Qatar National Bank -Renovation
Qatar National Bank –Doha
8.00
11
Qatar Islamic Bank –Head Quarters Building Fit Out
Barwa Bank Competition
Qatar Islamic Bank – Doha-Qatar
Barwa Bank
12
10.00
120.00
MILITARY
Cost in US$
million
Projects
Client
GHQ Building and Joint Operations Center for Qatar Armed
Forces (Shelfet)
Communication Building for Qatar Armed Forces
Qatar Armed Forces
Qatar Armed Force
12.00
3
North West Sea Arm Base
Qatar Armed Force
26.00
4
Military Base (Preliminary)
Qatar Armed Force
5
Qatar Armed Force
6
Al-Ghazal Phase 1&2 (Work Shop and Maintenance
Facilities)
Duhail Military Training Center
7
Marine Police Base
Qatar Armed Force
8
Al Udeid Second Line Maintenance Facilities AFWEU
Qatar Armed Force
1
2
72.00
20.00
Qatar Armed Force
25.00
RELIGIOUS
1
Projects
Client
Grand Mosque At Al-Khor
Ministry Of Public Work, Qatar.
Cost in US$
million
3.00
SCHEDULE OF COMPLETED PROJECTS, 1970 - 2013
2
2 No.s Mosque at Hamad Medical City
FEDCON
2.00
CIVIC DESIGN GOVERNMENT / MUNICIPALITY
Cost in US$
million
Projects
Client
Ministry of Public Works Qatar.
27.00
Government of Qatar.
11.50
4
Ministry of Information and National Theatre at West
Bay for Government of Qatar.
Qatar General Petroleum Corporation Headquarters
Building, West Bay- Doha
Headquarters Building & Mosque for National Oil
Distribution Co. at Umm Said.
NGL Offices
5
Qatar National Cement Company Headquarters at West Bay.
6
Central area Development for Doha Municipality (Al-Najjada
Complex Shopping Arcade & Multistory Car Park)
Ministry of Public Work.
1
2
3
Qatar Petroleum Company.
3.00
Qatar Petroleum Company.
2.00
Qatar National Cement Company Qatar
8.22
16.00
LEISURE / HOTELS/ RECREATION
Cost in US$
million
Projects
Client
1
The Doha Club
Ministry Of Public Work, Qatar.
4.00
2
Ministry Of Public Work, Qatar.
2.00
3
Al-Mumtazah Park for Doha Municipality (Phase 1) Club
House & Landscaping.
Al-Mumtazah Park for Doha Municipality (Phase 2)
Ministry Of Public Work, Qatar.
2.00
4
QGPC/NGL Canteen
QGPC/NGL , Qatar.
5
Ministry of Municipality, Qatar.
6
4 No. Parks for Ministry Municipal Affairs & Agriculture for
Building Engineering Department
Palm Tree Island – Phase- 1&2
Qatar National Hotels.
4.00
7
Umm Said Beach Resort – Phase- 1&2
Qatar National Hotels.
14.00
8
Tourism Project North Coast /Egypt
Egytian Qatari For Tourism -Alexandria
9
Augharit Resort And Hotel, Damascus, Syria.
10
Qatar National Theatre Renovation
11
Exhibition Center at Jandriya- Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
10.00
100.00
25.00
Building Engineering Department Municipality
Qatar
15.00
RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL
Cost in US$
million
Projects
Client
1
Apartment Block & Showroom NO. 1,2 & 3
Mr. Mohd bin Rashid Al-Asseri
2
Apartment Block & Showroom
Mr. Abdullah Slaeh Al Mattar
2.00
3
Development For Mannai & Al-Attiyah
Mannai & Al-Attiyah
4.00
4
Development No.1,2,3&4
Kholeifi Brothers
10.00
5
Commercial & Residential Complex at Rayyan Road
Al-Attiyah Group
50.00
6
Commercial & Residential Complex
Mr. Said Mohd Al Khayarie Al- Hajri
45.00
7
Development at Laqta
Sheikh Abdullah bin Khalid Al-Thani
100.00
2.20
SCHEDULE OF COMPLETED PROJECTS, 1970 - 2013
RESIDENTIAL
Projects
Client
Cost in US$
million
1
Apartment Building
SHK. Abdul Rahman Bin Hamad Al Thani
2
Apartment Blocks 1&2
Brig.. Mohd Bin Abdullah Al-Attiyah
2.00
3
Apartment Block 1 & 2
Mr.Abdul Aziz Bin Saad
4
Staff Accommodation at Abu Samra Check post
Building Engineering Dep./ Municipality
18.00
5
Apartment Block In Saudi Arabia and 2 Apartment Block
H.E.Khalid Bin Abdullah Al-Attiyah
18.00
25.00
1.50
6
Mr. Mohamed Mubarak Bin Nafya Al-Hajri
Mr. Mohmed Mubarak Bin Nafya Al-Hajri
5.40
7
Apartment
Mr.Mohd Al-Kaabi
1.20
8
Residential Development at West Bay
H.E. SHK Mohd bin Khalifa Al-Thani
2.00
9
Shell M.D. Residence
Shell Qatar
1.70
10
QAFCO/ NODCO Housing 85 Houses at Umm Said
6.00
11
H.E. SHK Abdul Aziz Bin Khalifa Al-Thani –Palace
Qatar Fertilizer Company & National Oil
Distribution Company
Royal Family Qatar
1.00
12
Heir Apparent SHK Hamad Bin Khalifa Al-Thani Palace
Royal Family Qatar
3.00
13
SHK Ali Bin Soud Al-Thani Residence
Royal Family Qatar
3.00
14
SHK Naser Bin Ahmed Al-Thani 24 Villas
Royal Family Qatar
1.00
15
Abu Samra Housing Complex Clinic and Cafeteria
Ministry of Public Work Qatar
4.50
H.H The Amir SHK Khalifa bin Hamad Al-Thani.
Royal Family Qatar
-Villa at Rayyan
Royal Family Qatar
1.75
19
-Villa at Umm Said
-Majlis at Rayyan (Palace)
Late SHK Jassim Bin Hamad Al-Thani Palace
Royal Family Qatar
Royal Family Qatar
Royal Family Qatar
1.00
2.00
2.30
20
SHK Hamad bin Abdul Aziz Al-Thani Palace
Royal Family Qatar
5.00
21
SHK Hamad bin Khalid Al-Thani Palace
Royal Family Qatar
5.00
22
H.E. SHK Ahmed Bin Saif Al-Thani Villas
Royal Family Qatar
3.80
23
2 No. Villas and Majlis
Mr. Mohd Bin Nasser Hattab Al Kaabi
1.50
16
17
18
24
Villa
Mr. Abdullah Hussain Naama -
1.00
25
SHK Fahad Bin Abdul Aziz Al Thani Palace
Royal Family Qatar
3.00
26
27
H.E. Issa Ghanem Al-Kuwari - Mother’s Villa/Twin Villa
H.E. Mubarak Bin Nassir Al-Kuwari
H.E. Issa Ghanem Al-Kuwari
H.E. Mubarak Bin Nassir Al-Kuwari
3.50
2.70
28
Villa at Sulaimi
Sheikha Um Abdul Aziz Bin Khalif Al-Thani
2.00
29
Ghanem Gardens –Housing Compound of 80 Units
Gulf Development
7.00
30
H.E. SHK Khalid Bin Hamad Al-Thani 3 No. Extension to the
Palace
SHK Abdullah Bin Khalid Al- Thani 3 No. Extension to the
Palace
West Bay Housing Development
Royal Family Qatar
6.00
Royal Family Qatar
5.00
Mr. Majid Al- Khleifi & Bros.
3.00
H.H The Amir SHK Khalifa Bin Hamad Al-Thani
Royal Family Qatar
31
32
33
Rest House at Rayyan Farm
Royal Family Qatar
2.00
34
Jasmiyah / Rest House
Royal Family Qatar
2.00
Brig. Mohd Bin Abdullah Al-Attiyah
4.00
Qatar General Insurance & Reinsurance
Company
Mr.Abdullah Mohd Al-Mannai
6.00
37
Residential Development 52 No. 3 bedroom units at fariq old
Airport
3 Villas
38
Villa Complex
SHK Mohd Bin Khalid Al-Thani
5.00
35
36
29 Villas
3.00
SCHEDULE OF COMPLETED PROJECTS, 1970 - 2013
39
Projects
Client
H.E. SHK Khalid Bin Hamad Al-Thani Beach Palace
Royal Family Qatar
Cost in US$
million
4.00
40
Housing Complex at Fariq Sudan
Al-Awqaf Affairs Department
41
Qatari Villa
H.E. SHK Ahmed bin Hamad Al-Thani
22.00
42
Residential Development
H.E. SHK Ahmed Bin Al-Thani
43
Residential Development
H.E. SHK Hamad Bin Nasir Hamd Al-Thani
44
Al-Jaidah Residential Development, West Bay Lagoon
Mr. Ali and Jassim Al-Jaidah
6.00
50.00
2.00
2.00
15.00
45
Al-Waha Residential Tower
Mr. Fawaz Ahmed Al-Attiyah
46
Pavilion at New Rayyan
Sheikha Amna Mohamed Al-Thani
47
Umm Bab Residential Tower
Commercial Bank Qatar
40.00
48
Residential Tower at West Bay (The Brooq)
H.E. Abdul Rahman AL-Attiyah
60.00
49
JBK
50
6 No.s Villa for Sheikha Khalidah and SHeikha Lubna Jassim
Khalid Al-Thani at South Soudan
Silhoutte Tower
H.E. Mohd Ajaj Al-Kubaisi
51
Jaidah Residential Building
Al Jaidah Group
52
53
MLPA Labor Camp
Lusail Waterfront Bay View Tower
Qatar Rail
Al Kubaisi
32.50
250.00
54
Lusail Fox-Hills Residential Apartment
Al Kubaisi
70.00
3.00
4.00
140.00
70.00
COMMERCIAL
Cost in US$
million
Projects
Client
1
Development No. 1,2,3, & 4
Mr. Ali Bin Khalifa Al Hitmi & Partners
2
Development at Toy Land Roundabout
SHK. Khalid bin Mohd bin Ali Al-Thani
4.00
3
Commercial Development at Rayyan Road
Mr. Abdullah Al-Attiyah
6.50
8.50
4
Development
Mr. Jabor Bin Sultan, Al-Tower
5
21.00
Building at Airport Road
Mr. Ahmed Ali Fredoni
5.50
6
Al-Jasra Development
Al-Awqaf Affairs Department
3.00
7
Haya Commercial Centre at Salwa Road
Sheikha Wadha Jasim Bin Khalid Al-Thani.
2.50
8
Al-Jaber Shopping Center at Al-Ghanem Area
9
Office Development at West Bay
Mr. Abdullah Mohd .Ibrahim Al-Mannai
5.00
10
Devlopment at Salwa Road
SHK. Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani
11
Office Development at West Bay
Mohd. Ajjaj Al-Kubaisi
12
Nasser Bin Khalid Al-Thani
12.00
13
Commercial Development & New Mercedes
Showroom at Salwa Road
Awqaf Tower Complex
Ministry of Awqaf & Islamic Affairs
30.00
14
Al-Jaidah Showroom at Salwa Road
Mr. Jassim Al-Jaidhah
15
Mr. Fawaz Ahmed Al-Attiyah Tower- West Bay
H.E. Mr. Fawaz Ahmed Al-Attiyah
16
Al-Attiyah Motors Office Complex
Al-Attiyah Group
4.5
17
Commercial Development
H.E SHK Mohd bin Khalifa Al-Thani
2.5
18
Commercial Development
H.E SHK Nasser bin Khalid Al-Thani
19
Mumtazah Co-Operative Building
Mumtazah Co-Operative Soceity
3.00
15.00
8.00
3.00
50.00
2.50
10.00
20
Development at Merqab
Mr. Khalifa Al-Kubaisi
21
8.00
Al-Jazeera Islamic Headquarters
Qatar Islamic Bank
25.00
22
Development at New Doha
Mr.Ahmad Mohamed Ali Al-Subaaie
10.00
SCHEDULE OF COMPLETED PROJECTS, 1970 - 2013
23
Development at Salwa Road
Sheikha Lubna Bint Jassim Khalid Al-Thani
15.00
24
Apartment at Eslata
Abdullah Hamad Al-Attiyah
26.00
25
QIPCO Office Tower
26
Al Sharq Office Towers for H.E.Abdullah Hamad Al-Attiyah
Qatar Investment and Project Development
Holding Company
H.E. Abdullah Hamad Al-Attiyah
250.00
27
F-10A Office Building
Energy City Qatar
70.00
28
Chevrolet Showroom
Al Jaidah Group
9.20
200.00
SPORTS
Projects
Client
1
International Aquatic Complex
Ministry Of Public Work, Qatar.
2
Abu Jihad Sports Complex in Palastine
Ministry Of Public Work, Qatar.
3
Six Clubs of Doha & Other Cities
Qatar National Olympic Committee
Cost in US$
million
10.00
9.00
75.00
Khalifa Sports City
4
-
Master Plan
Khalifa Sport City Development Committee
100.00
5
-
Sports Academy
Khalifa Sport City Development Committee
35.00
6
-
Sports Hall
Khalifa Sport City Development Committee
160.00
7
-
Energy Center
Khalifa Sport City Development Committee
30.00
RESTORATION
1
Projects
Client
Reconstruction and Rehabilitation of SHK. Ghanem Bin Abdul
Rahman Historical Building
1. Al Wakrah Castle
Building Engineering Department
2
2.
Barzan Castle
Building Engineering Department
3
3.
Al Wajba Port
Building Engineering Department
4
Meissaed Industrial City
5
Restoration of Al-Koot Fort
Building Engineering Department
6
Restoration of Historical Building in Al-Khor City
Building Engineering Department
Cost in US$
million
Building Engineering Department
INDUSTRIAL
Cost in US$
million
Projects
Client
1
Al-Attiyah Motors Showroom at Industrial Area (KIA CITY)
Al-Attiyah Group
30.00
2
Qatar National Plastic Factory
Al-Attiyah Group
20.00
3
Petrol Station
Mr. Mohamed Mahdi Al-Ahbai at Salwa Road
2.00
4
Rayyan Petrol Station
Al-Attiyah Group
2.00
QATAR AIRWAYS AND NEW DOHA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
Projects
Client
1
Qatar Airways Cargo Unit
New Doha International Airport
2
Doha International Airport-Terminal Expansion- Air Side
New Doha International Airport
3
Doha International Airport -New Office Departure- Land
Side
New Doha International Airport
Cost in US$
million
SCHEDULE OF COMPLETED PROJECTS, 1970 - 2013
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
G S E Road Work at Doha International Airport (Qatar
Airways)
Qatar Airways –Bonded Store at Doha International Airport
Upgrade Work at Doha International –Arrivals Greeting Area
& Exit way for Gulf Housing & Construction company
Upgrade Work at Doha International Airport
Package 1&2 - Substation at East Apron
New Doha International Airport
New Doha International Airport
New Doha International Airport
New Doha International Airport
Projects
Client
Upgrade Work at Doha International Airport Package 1&2 –
Conversion of Duty Free Store to Engineering Building.
Airline Engineering Offices and Airline Operation Facilities
at New Doha International Airport- Design Checking
Qatar Airways In-Flight facilities at Doha International
Airport
New Doha International Airport
Cost in US$
million
New Doha International Airport
New Doha International Airport
SUBDIVISION
Projects
Client
1
Subdivision Abu Sadra
Al-Attiyah Group
2
Subdivision at Abu Hamour
SHK Hamad Bin Mubarak Bin Hamad Al-Thani
3
Subdivision at Abu Hamour
SHK Hamad Bin Mubarak Bin Hamad Al-Thani
4
Subdivision at New Doha
Mr. Fahad Bin Saef Al-Khyarain
Cost in US$
million
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