Rotary Site Office

Year: 2016

Client: Rotary Engineering

For the Client, we have designed their Fujairah branch office. The design reflects the combination of both their simplicity and their modern look to tomorrow.

MUC was responsible from the first sketch on paper up to delivery of this building. This includes the architectural detailing, MEP, structural design and authorities approvals. This steel structure building, meets todays’ sustainability requirements, such as wall and roof insulation, double glass and a double façade at the entrance.

The double-height entrance has a pleasant feeling and serves well as a reception area for visitors.

Rotary Site Office Entrance
Rotary Site Office Entrance

M-Tower Faseel

Year: 2013-2014

For this project; the M-Tower, we are asked to examine both the technical and financial feasibility of the project. The client has asked us to make a feasibility analysis in a form of a report to be submitted to the bank. The client wanted to look for opportunities to invest with leverage in this building.

The result of this report is a cash flow analysis, detailed description of the technical aspects and the construction cost. In addition, we have looked at the rent ability of the project, revenue versus expenses and a cash flow analysis for the next 10 years through a DCF analysis (Discounted Cash Flow Analysis). The gross initial yield and the first-year revenues played a major role in the findings of this report.


M-Tower interior
M-Tower interior

Vopak Horizon Fujairah Ltd. Phase 6 Offshore works

Year: 2012 (completed)
Client: Vopak Horizon Fujairah LLC
Location: Fujairah – UAE
Description: Extension of the VHFL offshore jetty with a new tier on top of the existing bridges in order to accommodate new pipes. The project comprised complete re-design of the jetty.
MUC Engineering: Contractor Consultant for detailed structural design.

Fujairah Northern Land Reclamation Project

Year: 2009-2011 (completed)
Client: Government of Fujairah, Fujairah Municipality
Description: Fujairah Northern Land Reclamation Project Phase 1, Reclamation of 225 hectare of new land including 5.8km of coastal protection. The reclamation fill material was rock, obtained from a nearby quarry. A total of 56 million ton has been produced to create the new land.
MUC Engineering: Client’s Consultant for detailed design, modeling studies Supervision and Project Management.