Burj Al Arab Hotel

Constructed on a man made island and towering 321 meters high, It is the world's tallest hotel structure.

Emirates Tower

The Emirates Towers are twin triangular towers consisting of an Office Tower and Hotel Tower. The 56 storey Office Tower is the world's 9th tallest building in the Middle East and Europe region at 355 metres.

Khalifa Olympic Stadium

December 2006, Qatar hosted the Asian Games. This is the largest sporting event in the world after the Olympic Games with over 10,000 athletes and 3000 officials involved.

Kingdom Centre

Valued at 586 million, the Kingdom Centre is a major breakthrough for Eversendai into the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. It is a double honour for us, as a Malaysian company, to win the contract against the stiff competition against leading multinational contractors.

Petronas Towers

Petronas Towers project, the tallest twin tower in the world. Eversendai was involved in the fabrication and erection of the steel structures for Tower 2. The PetronasTowers measure 452 meters high and has 88 floors comprising 8000 tons steel.


This is an architecturally beautiful roof structure at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA). Eversendai erected the roof structure of the Main Terminal Building(MTB) and Contact Pier.

Manjung Power Plant

The Manjung coal-fired power plant in Malaysia is now producing up to 2,100MW from its three 700MW units. The plant is sited on a man-made island off the coast of Perek, making coal imports easier. The 700MW units were seen as more economical than four 500MW units,

Republic Plaza

Republic Plaza has 15 double-decker vertical lifts. RepublicPlaza is one of three 280 metres tall buildings in Singapore. 280 metres is the maximum height permitted by the National Aviation Authority.

Ski Dubai

The 300,000sq.ft ‘snow playground' will include five ski slopes, including one of the largest of its kind in the world-400 meters long with a nearly 70-metre fall. Served by state-of- the art ski lift, the slope will offer down hill runs graded for skiers and snowboarders, from beginners to experts.

Burj Khalifa

The triple-lobed footprint of the building is based on an abstracted desert flower native to the region. A subtle reference to the onion domes of Islamic architecture can be found in the building's silhouette when looking up at the lobes from near the base.