ADSB specialises in the construction, repair and refit of Naval, Military and Commercial vessels. The expansion project included new administration and accommodation blocks, new assembly halls and new production facilities, such as fabrication, piping, carpentry and woodwork, machine shops and warehousing.
Kestrel expansion project, aimed to increase DUBAL’s (Dubai Aluminium) smelting capacity by about 170,000 tones. It involved retrofitting, upgrading and extending Dubal’s initial three potlines and extending its potline number four, while being designed to drastically cut Dubal’s emissions of carbon dioxide and nitrogen oxide.
Terminal 1 of the Dubai International Airport connects to the new Sheikh Rashid Terminal (concourse) which opened in April 2000, and is used for most commercial flights to Dubai. Its passenger capacity was increased to about 25 million passengers per year. Prior to the opening of the Sheikh Rashid Terminal, the Terminal 1 building was also the concourse for flight arrivals and departures.
Royal Airwing Hangar complex at the Dubai International Airport in the UAE measures 600 x 110 x 30 meters and is the world’s largest aircraft hangar. The massive complex is now home to the Dubai ruling family’s private aircraft. The open-span, eight-bay Royal Airwing Hangar is 600 metres wide and 110 metres deep, and will hold up to eight aircraft. At the front, the hangar has eight sets of doors that span 584 meters, each of which is 25.8 meters high.
Dubai Airshow and Exhibition Hall, a 76,769 sq. built-up area, consisting of three 20m-high separate halls and a Royal Pavilion is hosting the yearly “Dubai Airshow”, the Middle East’s leading aerospace event, as well as other events in the F&E Aerospace portfolio, such as “The Middle East Business Aviation” or “The Aircraft Interiors Middle East”.