Global temporary building specialist, Losberger De Boer, has secured the temporary structure build contract for a next generation Falconry Club to be constructed near Riyadh in Saudi Arabia.
The complex will comprise 1,800sqm of interior space using Losberger De Boer’s Palas Double Decker modular building product, featuring a high quality VIP interior fit-out together with mezzanine floors and lifts.
Work began this month and was completed in 17 days, with the contract awarded for an undisclosed sum. This contract win comes only six months after Losberger De Boer was awarded the build contract covering the entire temporary structure for the world’s largest camel festival held in the Taif desert near Riyadh. A unique feature of the project was the 30 x 25m temporary building that had to be built in only eight days. Losberger De Boer delivered on deadline and the event was subsequently awarded the largest sporting event of its type globally, by Guinness World Records.
Jim Muldoon, Managing Director at Losberger De Boer Middle East said: “We are becoming increasingly known for our rapid build times and range of 70 different modular building types, which have the look and feel of permanent buildings. We have forged a strong niche market in the mega-events space as well as for delivering high specification temporary buildings for projects where ISO-certification and premium build quality credentials are important.
“Crucially, it’s all about providing an unrivalled visitor experience for guests and building users and our teams work hard to ensure these high quality structures are erected safely and in record quick time, while keeping disruption to surrounding businesses or residents to a minimum. In recent years, Losberger De Boer has emerged as the preferred partner for Middle Eastern businesses wanting to accelerate new business openings, or events managers needing to stage major events at short notice. It follows that we are seeing our client base substantially grow as we move towards Dubai Expo 2020 and as Saudi Vision 2030 advances,” concluded Muldoon.
With close to 700 projects delivered globally every year, Losberger De Boer also built the Middle East’s largest temporary exhibition hall, Bay X at King Abdullah Economic City in Saudi Arabia and the initial 15 temporary buildings for the Qiddiya Entertainment Resort which forms a critical part of the Saudi Government’s Vision 2030 economic transformation initiative.