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AL BOINIAN Engineering Office
 
OFFICE PROFILE
GAZA, 2001
 
GAZA-P.O. BOX 336, JABALIA  111/4
albonian@palnet.com, farajb@hotmail.com
Tel: 972-8-2455769

ALBONIAN ENGINEERING OFFICE

Was established in 1985, Gaza, Palestine, and engaged in the practice of Architecture and Engineering Consulting Services.

FIELD OF SPECIALIZATION:

Complete design and supervision services for wide range of Residential, Offices, Commercial, Industrial, and Public Projects.

SERVICES PROVIDED:

PLANNING:

  • Master Planning, Urban Planing, and Community Development.
  • ARCHITECTURAL and STRUCTURAL DESIGN:
  • Housing and Residential Development.
  • Offices, Commercial and Community Facilities.
  • Educational, Medical, and Touristic Facilities.
  • Rehabilitation and Restoration.
  • Landscape Architecture.
  • ELECTRO -  MECHANICAL ENGINEERING:
  • Electrical Distribution Systems (Power and Lighting) and Network.
  • Cable Television , Security, and Communication Systems.
  • Heating, Ventilation, Air-Conditioning, and Control Systems.
  • Plumping, Drainage, site services, and Fire Protection Systems.
  • Water Supply Studies, and Distribution Network.
  • CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT:
  • Planning and Scheduling.
  • Budgeting and Estimating.
  • Cost Control and Accounting.
  • Quality Control and Testing Arrangements.
  • Structural Inspection and Technical Supervision.
  • SERVICES AVAILABLE:

  • Technical and Economic Feasibility Studies of Projects.
  • Tender Documents Preperation.
  • AutoCAD, as well as manual design and drafting.
  • Faraj Balousha
    Manager
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    "I knew that I would differ with [Mies van der Rohe] because I had more interest in other facets of the Modern Movement than he allowed or than people around him felt that he allowed. Mies was a lot more catholic in his interests and a lot more interested in traditional things than his students thought. I was fortunate in having some Beaux-Arts background as I sort of instinctively understood that his thinking was rooted very heavily in traditional values and that it wasn't just a new thing that came up, as he said, 'the new architecture of the morning.' His wasn't a 'new morning' architecture because his was so heavily rooted, which almost everybody clearly realizes now."

    James Wright Hammond
    (1918-1986)
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