MOE Headquarters Project Kuwait, Progress Work in a Look.

MOE HQs

The Ministry of Education Headquarters Building houses eight MOE Sectors with their departments. It includes capacity of 3,647 employees. It contains administrative offices and supports, general departmental offices, a 600-seat auditorium, conference rooms, a central library, food services facilities, lounges, prayer rooms, exhibition space, generous function space and is supported by state-of-the-art building systems.

MOE HQ1

 

 This building is as beautiful as it is functional and supports and expresses the MOE’s mission to be a beacon of light for those seeking to better their lives through education.

The building’s unique geometric configuration, resembling a Dhow, plays a major role in the distribution of the Ministry’s various administrative sectors and departments, around a soaring inner atrium of more than 50 meters height.

The Architectural concept has been carried out by Cambridge Seven Associates of USA, while Gulf Consult has responsibility for all detailed Architectural and Engineering Design, Cost Control and Tender Documentation. Specialist Interiors and FF & E by NBBJ. 

The Project Data:

Location
 
South Surra
Client   Ministry of Public Works on behalf of Ministry of Education
Consultants  

Cambridge Seven Associates, USA(C7A) in association with Gulf Consult.

Cost  

KD 50.0 million

Data  
Site Area : 40,000 m2
Gross Area : 142,300 m2
Basements(3) : 104,500 m2
Population : 3,800 Employees
Floors : 12 Floors
Parking : 1,600 cars
Status
 
Under Construction
Contractor Mohammed Abdulmohsin Al-Kharafi & Sons Company (MAK Group)

 

Project’s Pictures :

MOE HQ by WCK

MOE HQ 1 by WCK

MOE HQ 2 by WCK

 

MOE HQ 3 by WCK

 

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4 thoughts on “MOE Headquarters Project Kuwait, Progress Work in a Look.

  • November 27, 2012 at 8:20 AM
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    Such projects are very important for growth and prosperity of Kuwait,
    Well done!!! Kuwait…. and we appreciate this webpage for such good information.
    God bless Kuwait and you.

  • November 27, 2012 at 8:28 AM
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    Thanks! we are trying our best to do excellent.

  • November 27, 2012 at 10:18 AM
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    Good information.Please add some more projects.

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