Musanada's $43m Federal Supreme Court in Abu Dhabi 85% complete
A helipad, five courts, detention rooms, and a majlis are part of the building that is under construction in Abu Dhabi
Abu Dhabi General Services Company, also referred to as Musanada, has noted 85% completion on the Federal Supreme Court building project in Abu Dhabi, which is being built at a cost of $43.4m (AED159.5m), with the government-owned entity confirming that work is “progressing as planned and on schedule”.
Spanning 2.5ha, the three-storey structure comprises two underground floors, five large courts, an office for the chief judge, a meeting hall, a library, an administrative office, and a customer transactions hall.
A helipad is also being developed on the building, which is located close to the headquarters of the general secretariat of the executive council, the attorney general building, and the exhibitions area in the UAE capital, UAE state news agency, Wam, reported.
In addition to 136 parking spaces, the facility will feature detention rooms, a majlis, multi-purpose offices, an auditorium, and prayer and lawyers' rooms.