AEB Recognizes Creative Achievement and Design Excellence at VCUQatar
Arab Engineering Bureau presented the 2017 awards for Design Excellence, and Creative Achievement and Potential to two graduating and two junior students from Virginia Commonwealth University in Qatar (VCUQatar) during a ceremony at the university recently.
AEB wins a competition to design the FIFA World Cup 2022 Al Thumama stadium
The Supreme Committee for delivery and Legacy has appointed AEB to design eighth proposed host venue for the 2022 FIFA World Cup that will be located on a plot of 515,400 sqm in Al Thumama.
Commissioned by QIMC this project includes three towers, joined at the base, planned for hospitality, commercial and residential use. Drawing on its experience as designer of multitude of high-rises in the West Bay area, AEB’s design is highly effective, both in terms of space planning and energy conservation.
AEB won the Construction Innovation Awards – Health and Safety Initiative of the Year for its involvement and HSE strategy at the Doha Festival City Project where over staggering 50 million safe working hours have been recorded.read more
Building off the impressive safety record from the DFC project where 50 million safe working hours were achieved, our Construction Supervision team proves yet again that services offered are in line with stringent international safety standards.read more
Supported by Qatar Tourism Authority, The Accessible Qatar Conference was recently held in Doha as a part of Project Qatar Expo.read more
Arab Engineering Bureau has won A’Design Award for its prominent project – Al Shaqab.read more
Arab Engineering Bureau presented the 2017 awards for Design Excellence, and Creative Achievement and Potential during a ceremony at the university recently.read more
For the second year in a row, AEB is an Associated Partner for the Arab Future Cities summit Qatar 2017.read more
Ibrahim M. Jaidah, AEB’s GCEO and Chief Architect, will participate in the Monthly Dialogue Series organizes by The Center for International and Regional Studies at Georgetown University in Qatar. In his lecture Traditions in Qatar’s Architectural Identity, Ibrahim will address the socio-economic influence on architecture in Qatar.read more
With 50 years of architectural and engineering practice in the State of Qatar, Arab Engineering Bureau has had the privilege to be involved in the development of a number of historic buildings, some still standing and some long-lost.read more