Middle East / Gulf States
BAM International has had a presence in the area since the 1970s. Our first project in this area was the Doha harbour construction in Qatar. BAM has also constructed many large prestigious building projects including a contract in Abu Dhabi for all external buildings and landscaping of one of the most impressive hotels and conference venues ever built, as well as the turnkey construction of a skyscraper with the shape of a perfume bottle in Dubai. We have also been involved in the Aqaba New Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Terminal in Jordan, the Hazza bin Zayed stadium in Abu Dhabi and the Jebel Ali terminal 4 project in Dubai.
Currently we are involved in the Saqr Port expansion in Ras Al Khaimah and the Museum of the Future project in Dubai.
The balance of our project portfolio is currently shifting from buildings to civil and marine structures. We have got the expertise to do both and we have the equipment such as cranes, pontoons and tug boats. They are ready for deployment on projects throughout the area, and if they are at full capacity, we have more available within our global organisation.
Alongside the delivery of our projects, we have embraced corporate social responsibility initiatives to enhance health, safety and education for the local population. In the Middle East/ Gulf States, the main activities carried out include provision of water supply to local businesses, beach clean-ups, blood donation programs, protection of flora and fauna, environmental awareness events, equipment donation and building projects for local schools.
For more information about our activities in the area Middle East / Gulf States please contact BAM International head office in the Netherlands, our area office in Dubai, our branch office in Abu Dhabi, our branch office in Jordan, our branch office in Oman, our branch office in Qatar or our representative office in Egypt.