INDUSTRIAL PROJECTS2017-11-14T19:32:26+00:00


VALUE: 21 Million

COMPLETED: August 2007

SCALE: 50,000 Sq. M.

DURATION: 24 months

Emirates Flight Catering Facility is located at the Dubai International Airport and was the largest flight catering facility in the world by output producing over 115,000 meals daily. The facility provides in-flight catering and support services to over 130 airlines from across the globe out of its two catering facilities at Dubai International Airport.

This facility is 3-floors high, with a total built up area of 50,000 SQ.M, and a foot print of 21,400 SQ.M. A large 5.9 meter high & 40 meter wide driveway runs through the center of the building allowing trucks to pass through. This driveway is covered by a combination of 40 meters of steel trusses and precast concrete slabs.

This is one of the projects for which ECC has been awarded a letter of appreciation by Emirates Flight Catering Services


• Several permits were required from the authorities regarding entry / exit of labors/staff / sub-contractors /any material / vehicles etc. as construction took place within a restricted premise next to the Dubai airport.

• Due to existing fence, limited access was available for the shifting of material and the movement of constructions machines. The existing fence needed to be removed and re-installed several times.


VALUE: 162 Million

COMPLETED: November 2010

SCALE: 66,000 Sq. M.

DURATION: 9 months (early access in week 29)

CEVA is one of the world’s leading supply chain management companies, in both freight management and contract logistics.This logistics store is spread over an area of 8.65 hectares. The large pre-engineered steel framed structures (the larger one being 35,590 SQ.M and the other 27,133 SQ.M) had a maximum pitch of 13m, super-flat zero tolerance floor slabs, air-conditioning and hazardous goods storage rooms which are accessed through 62 sealed docks.

This fast track design-and-build project was executed through Joint Venture with McLaren Construction & ECC, where all requirements for Silver LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification was specified but eventually exceeded to win the 1st gold certification as per new standards.


Very high speed and higher than specified quality was achieved.