From luxury chalets to residential and commercial buildings, we create spaces where communities thrive. With our unique approach to building, we support clients from the beginning of the project and before, bringing all key project parties together simultaneously to achieve impressive results at the outset to determine the best approach according to the client’s needs. We are committed to long-term partnerships, as we build solid relationships with our clients that extend over the long term, as demonstrated through our robust methodological frameworks, by compiling lessons learned from our consultants and partners, and we have enhanced the implementation of construction projects using the latest embedded technologies to create rich environments that aim for durability and sustainability. This passion lies at the heart of our approach as we build for the future.
The method of construction usually depends on the type of construction, the nature and location of the land, here is a list of common methods used in construction today:
1. Wooden frame This is perhaps the oldest and most widely used construction method in the world. Wood is easy to work with, plentiful, inexpensive, and renewable. Structures are built of timber or standard wood, which consists of studs, rafters, joists and boards. Each piece can usually be carried by hand and is easy to cut and frame on site. Interior walls are easily sheathed using boards, drywall and other materials. It abounds in forested countries, unlike the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
2. Steel construction This wood construction is similar in that nails, rafters, boards, and joists are also used in building structures. Instead of wood, mild steel is used. Steel members usually come in a C-shaped cross-section, although S-shaped cross-sections are available. Like wooden construction methods, this type of construction also allows for easy carrying of materials. The material can also be cut and installed within sight. This method of construction is commonly used in commercial buildings and uses screw guns and metal cutting tools instead of the saws and nails used to create wood.
3. Concrete or load-bearing construction This method of construction involves the use of bricks or concrete blocks for the construction of load-bearing walls. This technique results in heavy structures that are not good in earthquake-prone areas. The term associated construction comes from the fact that floors and ceilings are built with wooden joists. Each brick or block must be persisted, which makes this technique very labor intensive.
4. Steel frame construction This type of construction method is mainly used in large buildings. The structure is built of steel columns and steel trusses to support the roofs and floors. This technique is commonly used for the construction of tall buildings, usually materials are moved using cranes and components are quickly welded or bolted together. Steel is malleable, which means it can perform well in earthquake-prone or high-wind areas. It can bend slightly without permanently deforming, making it a great material for building tall buildings and bridges, for example.
5. Concrete structure construction This type of construction method uses reinforced concrete columns, concrete slabs and concrete beams to construct the supporting structure. Structures commonly built using this method include parking garages, tall buildings, and elevated roads. Reinforced concrete can be made ready for use in construction or casting on site. In building construction, all components are cast on site.
Using the latest technologies in construction, definitely contrary to popular belief. We particularly are always striving to actually improve our service in contracting, showing how using the sort of the latest technologies in construction in a fairly big way.
Our Construction Process:
We carry out construction works (bone structure). The finest materials are chosen for construction.
Some of our Construction Projects:
- Commercial buildings