Public Buildings

Our clients hire us because we design inside out. We begin by demonstrating a thorough understanding of the required processes. Spaces are designed for optimum end use. Functionalism is our guiding principle.

Whether it is a mall, an office building, a courthouse, a financial center, an administrative building, or a ministry, our team invests time and effort in first understanding the nature of the ‘business’ that is to be run. This process involves from day one not only planners and architects, but also electrical, mechanical and structural engineers. This cohesive team approach has differentiated us, and it is why clients come back to us again and again.

Public Buildings services we provide include:

  • Architecture design
  • MEP engineering
  • Structural engineering
  • Environmental impact assessments
  • Traffic impact assessments
  • Interior design
  • Hazard & industrial waste management
  • Green & sustainability consulting
  • Landscape design
  • Geotechnical engineering
  • Facility management manuals and guidelines
  • Construction management and supervision

Sample Projects

Design & Construction Supervision of the World Health Organization Regional Office Building

Design & Construction Supervision of the World Health Organization Regional Office Building

Country: Jordan
Client: World Health Organization (WHO)
Year Completed: 2015

Set in the heart of Amman, the site for the project occupies a land of 2,500 square meters. The building has already been constructed and currently accommodates the World Health Organization Representative's Office (WRO) and Regional Centre for Environmental Health Activities (CEHA). The total built-area is 3,900 square meters distributed among four floors.

Engicon carried out the architectural, structural, and electromechanical designs, in addition to the interior design and preparation of tender documents. The design took into consideration environmental issues, as well as safety and security measures. Our team also provided supervision and management services to the client covering all works executed on-site.

This building was the first in Jordan to obtain the LEED Gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.

Design of the Jordan National Financial Centre Project

Design of the Jordan National Financial Centre Project

Country: Jordan
Client: Jordan Securities Commission
Year Completed: 2010

The project will establish a distinguished landmark that will unite all the cultural, social and economical aspects of Jordan’s capital market in compliance with the international standards and best practices, in addition to an investment environment to encourage foreign investment and market development. The total built up area of the project is 96,000 m2 with an estimated construction value of US$100 million. The project is located on a plot area of approximately 13,500 m2 in Arjan area in Amman.