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Al Arabia Press and Media is considered one of the leading media companies in the UAE, specialized in the fields of press and media. It’s head office is located in the capital of the UAE, the city of Abu Dhabi. The proposed project is mainly a commercial development with 24 floors and 54 offices located at the northeast quadrant of the intersection of 32nd Street (Al Sultan Bin Zayed Street) and 7th Street (Zayed the 1st Street) specifically east of 32nd Street (Al Sultan Bi n Zayed Street). The expected build out date of the project is the year 2010.

Project Description

The plot area of the Arabia Office Building project will be approximately 1,400 square meters consisting of four basement floors for parking, ground floor, mezzanine, 18 floors and the roof on approximately gross floor area of 40,150 square meters. The building will include a total of 54 offices on approximately 22,230 square meters and 2 main exhibit halls on the ground and mezzanine floors with total area of 1,495 square meters. The project site is generally located inside the Central Business District (inner-CBD) area. The project will be completed in one phase.

Project Location

Al-Arabia Press and Media Office Building located in Al-Khalidia area Sector W-10 Plot number C-66 in the City of Abu Dhabi, UAE .

Client

Al Arabia Media & Press

Role of RTC Consultants

RTC has been retained by Al Madina Consulting Engineers Company to compile a Traffic Impact Study for the proposed Al-Arabia Press and Media Office Building located in Al-Khalidia area Sector W-10 Plot number C-66 in the City of Abu Dhabi, UAE

Scope of Works

As a Sub- Consultant RTC has carried out the following tasks:

  • Liaising with Department of Transport and Abu Dhabi Traffic Police
  • Traffic Counts
  • Inception Meeting
  • Micro Modeling, Trip Distribution, Assignment and Mode Split
  • Parking Requirements
  • Mitigation Measures
  • Optimized Parking Plans
  • Site Access and Circulation Plans
  • TIS Summary Plans
  • Swept Width Analysis
  • Non Motorized and Transit Plans
Total Land Use

40,150 Sq. m

Project Completion

2010
For more information please contact
Mona Nasr, mnasr@rtcme.com

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