Mena Aerospace appoints key consultants
Manama, September 11, 2011
Mena Aerospace Enterprises has appointed Dheya Towfiqi Consultancy Bureau (DTEB) as its chief consulting engineers and architects for its general aviation and hangar complex at Bahrain International Airport.
'DTEB brings a wealth of experience to the table, and numerous past success with similar projects,' Mena Aerospace managing director Dr Mohamed Juman said.
'We are placing significant pressure on our consultants in order to complete the project quickly as there is much interest in the market for the services which will be available at the hangar complex.
'We are certain that this project will continue the established momentum which Bahrain Airport Company and the Bahrain Civil Aviation Affairs have started towards making Bahrain a regional aviation hub.'
DTEB's assignment is to manage all aspects of the development, including design, subcontracting, oversight and handover management.
'We welcome this challenging assignment. This project is the first of its kind for the airport and the first in Bahrain,' DTEB founder and executive director Dheya A Aziz Towfiqi said.
'We appreciate the confidence Mena Aerospace has expressed in us through this appointment.
'Our experienced and seasoned team of professionals will bring this project in on time and on budget.
'It is usually a challenge to co-ordinate amongst all the stakeholders in a project such as this. But we are pleased and thankful for the attentiveness and professionalism of our colleagues at Bahrain Airport Company, Civil Aviation Affairs and Hochteif.'
Last year, Bahrain Airport Company signed a unique and key agreement with Mena Aerospace to build and operate one of the region's larger private and general aviation hangar complexes.
The deal involves Mena Aerospace investing in the development of a dedicated general and private aviation complex at Bahrain International Airport to provide comprehensive maintenance and support services to private and corporate aircraft.-TradeArabia News Service
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