is currently tendering for major projects in the UAE, KSA, Iraq, and Kuwait; in addition, it also does tenders and design for India.
A consulting engineering firm, TJEG
specialises in planning, design and construction of buildings in the healthcare, science and technology, and higher education sectors and also mixed-use facilities.
When the TJEG buy-out occurred, part of the sale and purchase agreement terms was that both firms would collaborate on projects over a period of time on a non-exclusive basis.
CW understands that TJEG and RMJM worked side-by-side on about eight projects in total.
In addition, TJEG Dubai has undergone its own internal restructuring.
With these changes, he believes TJEG is in a better position to win work.
TJEG would certainly like to do more work in the UAE, especially in Abu Dhabi, and also increase its GCC footprint.
Within the UAE, TJEG is busy working as lead consultant on the Ducab factory in Taweelah and on a twin tower project for Wasl Properties in Dubai Healthcare City.
Some of the projects where TJEG has utilised BIM are the Bahrain Institute of Banking and Finance Campus and a five-star resort hotel and residences in Palm Jumeirah (pictured).
At TJEG we believe it is fundamental that buildings designed to be