Oman’s Minister of Finance Sultan bin Salem bin Saeed al-Habsi has inaugurated the Alila Hino Resort project in the province of Mirbat within the Dhofar Governorate. IJAE was in charge of this luxury resort’s design and supervision. The 5-star Alila Hino Resort...
Al Thumama Stadium achieved a significant milestone by becoming the latest FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 project site to reach 20 million working hours without a lost time injury. This achievement was accomplished thanks to rigorous implementation of health and safety...
IJAE’s project Al Fardan Heights, a nine floor mixed-use property of residences and executive offices in Muscat won Construction Week Oman award for the Commercial Project of the Year…
Marina 09 is a residential building designed with the highest sustainability standards in mind aiming to achieve 4-star rating in the GSAS system. The project was designed following an integrated, bottom up approach in order to maximize achieving all possible...
AEB designed the latest mixed-use luxury hospitality and branded residences in Lusail that is to be operated by the internationally renowned Rosewood Hotels & Resorts. Partnering with Arkaz Investment, this latest jewel in the collection’s crown will bring...
‘Qatari Style’ is a compilation of various interior spaces showcasing the warmth of Middle Eastern hospitality resonating with the sound of the local culture. Selected interiors celebrate the personal and local dispositions reflected in the spaces, but also the...
The Gulf Architecture Project Exhibition organized by Qatar National Library in collaboration with Liverpool University’s School of Architecture and Ibrahim Jaidah, GCEO and Chief Architect, Arab Engineering Bureau was opened for public on October 10th in light of the...
Architect Ibrahim Jaidah took part in a panel discussion which coincided with the opening of the new National Museum of Qatar hosted by Qatar National Library (QNL), by the title ‘Architecture as Face of a Nation’, to discuss the role that cultural institutions play in defining and conveying national identity to local and global audiences.
Qatar Airways celebrated the opening of its IJAE designed new office in Muscat with an impressive gala dinner held on Monday 25th of March at the Kempinski Hotel Muscat.
Leading up to the much-anticipated opening of the Qatar National Museum, QM has organized a series of programs and events. AEB’s Group CEO and Chief Architect, Ibrahim M. Jaidah, was invited to join a panel discussion “Architecture as the Face of a Nation” on March 27...
Designed by AEB, Burj Alfardan tower was selected as the finalist for Year in Infrastructure Awards 2018. Project was selected by the independent international jury from 420 submissions as the finalist in the Structural Engineering category.
Arab Engineering Bureau (AEB) has received the ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015 and OHSAS 18001:2007 certifications, the international standards for quality, environmental and HSE management for its full-fledged Pre and Post-Contract services.
The design of Al Thumama stadium was selected by the international jury of MIPIM/Architectural Review Future Project Awards as the winner in the Sport and Stadiums category.
Qatar Sustainability Week, starting October 28th, is designed to actively engage Qatar’s public and private sector in a wide range of sustainability-oriented activities.
With a focus on water and energy efficiency, and a commitment to maintaining architectural and cultural heritage, Al Thumama Stadium will represent Qatar’s history, while embracing the state-of-the-art practices to ensure it will be arena of the future.
The design for Al Thumama Stadium was entrusted to Arab Engineering Bureau and its GCEO and Chief Architect Ibrahim Jaidah back in 2015. Concept is derived from a traditional head piece worn by men across the Middle East locally referred to as gahfiya.
World Architecture Forum (WAF) Awards committee has short-listed Al Rayyan Mixed-use for Future Projects Commercial and Mixed use 2017 WAF Award.
AEB won the Construction Innovation Awards – Health and Safety Initiative of the Year for its involvement and HSE strategy at the Doha Festival City Project where over staggering 50 million safe working hours have been recorded.
Building off the impressive safety record from the DFC project where 50 million safe working hours were achieved, our Construction Supervision team proves yet again that services offered are in line with stringent international safety standards.
Supported by Qatar Tourism Authority, The Accessible Qatar Conference was recently held in Doha as a part of Project Qatar Expo.
Arab Engineering Bureau has won A’Design Award for its prominent project – Al Shaqab.
Arab Engineering Bureau presented the 2017 awards for Design Excellence, and Creative Achievement and Potential during a ceremony at the university recently.
For the second year in a row, AEB is an Associated Partner for the Arab Future Cities summit Qatar 2017.
Ibrahim M. Jaidah, AEB’s GCEO and Chief Architect, will participate in the Monthly Dialogue Series organizes by The Center for International and Regional Studies at Georgetown University in Qatar. In his lecture Traditions in Qatar’s Architectural Identity, Ibrahim will address the socio-economic influence on architecture in Qatar.
With 50 years of architectural and engineering practice in the State of Qatar, Arab Engineering Bureau has had the privilege to be involved in the development of a number of historic buildings, some still standing and some long-lost.
An agreement signed on May 31st between Arab Engineering Bureau (AEB) and Qatar University (QU) established a collaboration in the field of wind tunnel engineering services through the university’s College of Engineering (CENG).
Msheireb Museums hosted students, academics, media and other invited guests from key local Ministries and educational establishments to mark the 2016 edition of the global event held under the theme ‘Museums and Cultural Landscapes’.
Arab Engineering Bureau presented the 2016 awards for Design Excellence, and Creative Achievement and Potential to two graduating and two junior students from Virginia Commonwealth University in Qatar (VCUQatar) during a ceremony at the university recently.
For the 5th time in a row AEB participated in the largest real estate expo in the country, CityScape Qatar 2016.
The Supreme Committee for delivery and Legacy has appointed AEB to design eighth proposed host venue for the 2022 FIFA World Cup that will be located on a plot of 515,400m² in Al Thumama.
International invitational exhibition titled 100 Architects of the year 2015 was organized by Korean Institute of Architects.
After review of few hundreds nominations received, Construction Innovation Award committee recognized 20 companies awarding them of their achievements and contributions towards the advancement of Qatar.
The Arab Engineering Bureau’s Construction Supervision Department has received the ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004 and OHSAS 18001:2007 certifications, the international standards for quality, environmental and HSE management.
Within the futuristic environment of Lusail City’s Marina District, Arab Engineering Bureau (AEB) designed and supervised construction of recently completed mixed use development internally simply known as ‘Plot 50’.
Leading architects and sustainability experts descended upon Hamad Bin Khalifa University Student Centre for the event titled “Can Sustainable Experimental Architecture with Respect for Cultural Heritage Exist?”.
AEB’s LEED CI Gold Certified project RasGas HQ was included in the list of top 5 green projects in the GCC and ranked #4.
AEB’s Group CEO and Chief Architect Ibrahim Jaidah presented the Arab Engineering Bureau Award for Design Excellence in Graphic Design to Noor Al Thani, and Noha Fahmy for Design Excellence in Interior Design.
In March 2015, Qatar Museums chairperson HE Sheikha Al Mayassa bint Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani inaugurated Fire Station building and Artist in Residence programme.