RMJM was commissioned in 2004 by Forth Ports to lead the design team for the creation of a development framework which will set the pattern of development in Leith Docks for the next 20 years.
RMJM provided structural and building services engineering for the seven independent but interlinked hexagonal tent structures that form the clubhouse, and for the adjacent outdoor swimming pool.
The design for Dubai Towers at Jeddah is an iconic multi-storey, elegantly proportioned skyscraper providing over 450,000 m2 of mixed-use functions including offices, a 5-star hotel, serviced apartments.
The 18,000 m2 General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) complex is comprised of two main buildings: - The Air Traffic Control Centre building which houses the main air traffic control operations room.
Monarch Towers are a twin-tower development located at the prestigious World Trade Centre roundabout in Dubai comprising a 40-storey office tower and the 5-star Monarch Hotel which sits on a large common podium accommodating retail outlets, restaurants, a ballroom, meeting rooms and a luxury health club. A duplex suite of 1,120m2 is situated on the 32nd and 33rd floors and connects the two towers. This bridging of the two sky-scrapers results in a spectacular design solution to unique engineering challenges. Ted Jacob Engineering Group provided Structural, Civil, MEP engineering design and Post-Contract services for the development.
The phase 3 Capital Gate Feature Tower is an unforgettable iconic building located on the ADNEC exhibition site in the heart of Abu Dhabi’s world-class business district.
Designed to be a model of best practices for sustainable design in the Middle East, the new campus for the American School of Dubai is set on a 27-acre site in the Al Barsha district of Dubai.