Emirates Building Systems nears completion of four Expo 2020 pavilions

More than 2,400 MT of steel provided for the construction across the four pavilions


Emirates Building Systems (EBS), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Dubai Investments, and one of the leading manufacturers of steel structures in the Middle East, is nearing the completion of four Expo 2020 Dubai pavilions worth in excess of Dh23 million.

The company is steadily progressing with the steel structure and fabrication works of the Kuwait, Russia, Indonesia, and Uzbekistan pavilions

To complete the engineering, fabrication and erection works of the pavilions, EBS has supplied more than 2,400 MT of steel. The decking and accessories for the pavilions are also being supplied by EBS.

The Kuwait and the Russia pavilions are estimated at more than 6,500sqm each. The Indonesia pavilion on the other hand is spread across 3,200sqm and the Uzbekistan pavilion stands with an area of 2,300sqm. More than 18,500sqm of pavilion space is being constructed with the EBS products. The works are being completed and being handed over for most of the pavilions, with the minor remaining works currently progressing steadily and on track to complete the structural works on time.

Joseph Chidiac, GM of Emirates Building Systems, said: “Close on heels to one of the most awaited event – the Expo 2020, EBS is excited to be extending our services and expertise to the participating countries. Each pavilion is symbolic and represents a nation and a lot of planning has been integrated into the design elements. Providing a solid structural framework to these pavilions, is crucial in determining well-laid external facades along with enhancing the overall look and feel of the project. Integrating our technical expertise, implementing the past project experience and optimizing product capability, the Expo 2020 pavilions add up to the list of complex and prestigious projects for EBS.”

The EBS projects portfolio consists of high rise buildings, airports and metro railways, power plants, refineries, factories, bridges, logistics and distribution centers, warehouses, theme parks, poultries and dairy farms, and car parks all executed by working closely with architects, client’s teams, consultants and authorities, ensuring compliance to design and commercial requirements in addition to delivering safe, sustainable and cost-effective buildings. More


By Staff https://www.khaleejtimes.com/