Project: 2nd Largest Mosque in UAE - size of 3 football pitches and hold over 13,000 people in its prayer hall
Designer and Architect: Arkitek ICB SDN. BHD & Trend Capital Consulting J.V.
Contractor: United Engineering Construction UNEC LLC
Formwork Engineering: MEVA KHK, Dubai, UAE
Fujairah’s new mosque will be the second largest in the UAE when completed in July 2012. Set amid palm-dotted gardens and fountains in Fujairah city, the mosque will be the size of 3 football pitches and hold over 13,000 people in its prayer hall. The exterior is made of stone, the interior of marble and granite. The formwork solutions for foundations, beams, cores, walls, slabs and columns were designed and provided by MEVA KHK from its Dubai offices.
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