EBS wins steel contract for DM’s prosecution building

Dubai Municipality’s prosecution building is scheduled to be completed by December 2021

Dubai Municipality's prosecution building is scheduled to be completed by December 2021
Dubai Municipality
Dubai Municipality's prosecution building is scheduled to be completed by December 2021

Middle East steel manufacturer Emirates Buildings Systems (EBS) will provide 2000 metric tonnes of steel for the development of Dubai Municipality’s (DM) prosecution building and car park facility.

Located in Umm Hurair, the project, with a built-up area of 53,000m2, is expected to be finished by December 2021 with the car parking facility on priority to be completed before the end of 2020.

The scope of the project covers engineering, fabrication and erection of steel structures in addition to fire proofing.

The main building scope for EBS covers deck slabs – 1st Podium, 2nd Podium, Mezzanine, 4th Floor, 5th Floor and the roof, including the roof for the theatre area, left side roof canopy and the right side roof canopy.

The deck slabs - 1st Podium, 2nd Podium, and mezzanine level including staircases, steel bridges and sandwich panel roofing, covers the scope of the parking building of the project.

Commenting on the contract, EBS general manager, Joseph Chidiac, said: “EBS’s efficient production capabilities coupled with technical expertise play a major role in executing a fast-track project like the prosecution building.”

He added: “EBS is working closely with the main contractor to ensure timely completion of this fast-track prestigious project for Dubai Municipality.”

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