Dubai Frame shortlisted in CW Awards 2018's Commercial Project category
The 150m structure joins equally impressive regional projects, such as EC3 and Saudi Arabia's KAPSRC
Dubai Frame, the 150m attraction that has been visited by thousands of tourists since its launch in January 2018, is one of the impressive construction projects that has been shortlisted for Construction Week Awards 2018 under the Commercial Project of the Year category.
Nominated by Arcadis Middle East, Dubai Frame, which offers views of Old Dubai as well as newer parts of the city, joins equally impressive regional developments in the category’s shortlist for Construction Week Awards 2018, which will be held at Dubai’s JW Marriott Marquis hotel on 4 December, 2018.
IN PICTURES: Views from Dubai Frame
Other UAE projects shortlisted in the Commercial Project of the Year category include Dubai’s Enterprise Command and Control Centre, also known as EC3, by ASGC; Offices 4 and 5 of Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) by its eponymous developer; Phase 2 of DWTC District by Voltas Limited; and Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque’s New Visitor’s Centre and Plaza in Abu Dhabi, by DeSimone Consulting Engineers.
These UAE schemes are shortlisted alongside equally popular projects from the GCC, such as King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Centre (KAPSRC) by Depa Interiors in Saudi Arabia, and Kuwait Investment Authority headquarters by KEO International Consultants.
The winner and highly commended entires of Construction Week Oman Awards 2018, held in Muscat earlier this year, have also been shortlisted within the Commercial Project of the Year category at Construction Week Awards 2018.
These respectively include History of Science Centre by Hoehler + alSalmy, and National Bank of Oman’s head office by Lom Architecture and Design.
IN PICTURES: Meet the winners of CW Oman Awards 2018
Now in its 14th year, the Construction Week Awards series is designed to celebrate the companies, individuals, initiatives, and projects shaping the Middle East’s built environment. Judges confirmed for Construction Week Awards 2018 include highly respected construction industry professionals, such as Deloitte Middle East’s Cynthia Corby, ProTenders’ Karim Helal, Reed Smith’s Sachin Kerur, and Damac Properties’ Mohammed Tahaineh.
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