CCL Qatar reported an excellent response to its attendance at the recent Bridges Middle East 2010 Exhibition, held in Doha, Qatar. Visitors to the stand included Engineers, Designers, Consultants, Project Managers and Government Ministers from not only around the Gulf region, but also from Europe, Australia and the United States.
Held over several days, the exhibition took place alongside the Bridges Middle East Conference, dedicated to the design, building and maintenance of next generation bridges. John Habib, Manager at CCL Qatar, said that the exhibition had been a great success and that there had been significant interest in both the bridge projects undertaken by CCL and the expertise that the Company could bring to future developments.
The Company presented details of services offered and of the many prestigious projects it has carried out across the globe. The landmark Al Jamarat Bridge in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the largest structure of its kind in the region, is an outstanding example of CCL’s capability and just one of the many structures in the Middle East on which the Company has worked.
CCL offers a wide range of services including advice at concept and design stages, value engineering, alternative construction techniques, structural design and shop drawings, manufacture and supply of materials and equipment, installation, technical assistance and supervision during execution.
Recognizing the importance of servicing markets at a local level, CCL has established fully controlled subsidiaries in KSA, UAE, Qatar, and Lebanon, as well as those companies in the United States, the United Kingdom and North Africa. These are complemented by several partnerships in Europe, Asia, the Far East and Australia. Teams of engineers and experts are available locally to help owners, consultants and contractors to oversee project requirements, supply and construction.