King Abdullah University Of Science and Technology (KAUST)

King Abdullah University Of Science and  Technology (KAUST)

Posted on 13Sep

King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, located at Thuwal in the western region of Saudi Arabia, opened in 2009. The university covers more than 36 square kilometers, and is considered one of the best research center in the world. Khaldia Hallstage covered around 100,000m2 of Acoustical Wall Cladding and Ceiling areas in the university,The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud invited most of the world’s Kings and Presidents to the university launching ceremonies. Investing its long and deep experience in this kind of mega projects, Khaldia Hallstage has been involved in the acoustical designing of walls, ceilings, classrooms, auditoriums and sports halls.

The GCC Building Project

Posted on 13Sep

Conference building in the General Secretariat of the Gulf Cooperation Council The project is a quantum leap in terms of size and importance. The full potential of the company has been used to ensure the success of the work due to its importance. Architectural designs and low-voltage systems have been prepared and adopted,taking into account the use of the latest and best materials to present the project as a modern architectural masterpiece. The project consists of the main meeting hall and other meeting rooms.

Hilton Hotel (Obeikan Tower)

Posted on 13Sep

Al Obeikan Tower located in Riyadh is one of the most distinctive towers in terms of architectural construction and the its location in the heart of Riyadh on King Fahed’s road facing the kingdom’s tower and Due to our long experience in providing advanced hotel solutions. Hilton Hotel has been equipped with all the sound and communication systems between the main hall and the meeting rooms throughout the hotel.

Prince Fasial Bin Fahad Stadium

Posted on 13Sep

Prince Fasial Bin Fahad Stadium, located in Riyadh, is one of the best-known stadiums in Saudi Arabia, which can accommodate over24,000 people. aDawliah installed an Interaction Sound System to provide the highest sound quality for match announcements, as well as for the evacuation of the stadium’s offices and halls.

Saudi TV Tower

Posted on 13Sep

aDawliah professional solutions Division was honored to install the Intelligent Lighting System for the TV Tower. The system can control the light automatically, change the color sequences with specific timings,and according to the different seasons and occasions. There are also special lighting setups designed to appear during the two feasts, as well as during the Kingdom’s National Day, both using the national colors of green and white.

Ma’aden – aDawliah

Posted on 13Sep

A Royal Decree, to facilitate the development of Saudi Arabia’s mineral resources, formed Ma.aden in 1997. The Saudi Government owned it completely, before %50 of its shares were floated on the Saudi Stock Exchange in2008.

aDawliah was commissioned to undertake the Ma’aden Main Auditorium Project, which included supplying and installing a sound system, visual system, professional lighting,and a translation system.

Al Faisaliah Tower

Posted on 13Sep

The tower has a unique architectural design that includes a giant mirrored sphere at its top. Three restaurants are located within the sphere including the Globe, to which aDawliah offered a prestigious audio and video systems resulting to a unique state of the art that produces an evenly distributed sound, so that music from different sources can be heard at each dining table. This is known as the “Full Intelligent System”. Sound systems were also installed in the Diplomatic Suites, Presidential Suites and the Royal Suite.

King Saud University (KSU)

Posted on 13Sep

KSU is one of aDawliah’s largest projects and is unique because of adopting the world’s finest brands.

Our main focus was applying our premium and unique solutions empowered with our best international products and services,in order to develop the university’s A/V requirements, sound systems, and lighting systems. Work was carried out for the Dental College, the Cardiac Centre, Various Classrooms, Presentation and Lecture Halls, and its spacious 2,500 seat auditorium.

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