Establishment of Mercury in the Middle East.
Awarded Museum of Islamic Arts on five specialist packages including specialist lighting, audio visual, display case fiber optic lighting, IT services and security installation fit outs.
Awarded contract for the construction of Regency Tower for a private client in association with the Doha Asian Games Organising Committee (DAGOC).
Completion of the Towers on time, ready for occupancy for the Doha Asian Games in 2006.
Awarded the iconic World Trade Centre building in Bahrain.
Awarded the Science and Technology Park (STP) in Education City.
Awarded further fit out contracts for Shell, Exxon Mobil and EADS.
Awarded the Medical University of Bahrain project. The company was selected by the Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland (RCSI) to carry out the entire project management of the Medical University.
Establishment of Mercury Middle East headquarters in Manama, Bahrain.
Completion of the refurbishment of the prestigious Al Bustan Palace Hotel project Oman.
Awarded Arcapita Bank project in Bahrain Bay.
Awarded Oman Botanic Garden project.
Awarded infrastructure and district cooling projects for client Barwa Real Estate Development, the Barwa City Chilled Water Piping Network and the Barwa City District Cooling Plant projects.
Awarded the Qatar 2022 Doha Stadium project. A mock-up stadium for the upcoming selection process by FIFA for the 2022 World Cup.
Awarded MEP works for a commercial structure, the Barwa Commercial Avenue Type-5 project contracted by Hochtief International.
Awarded projects for Lusail CP1 in Lusail City, & the complete MEP works for the Central Library, Qatar Foundation in Education City.
Awarded the NDIA Duty Free Warehouse project from Zublin-Strabag.
Awarded contract for MEP services on the Four Seasons Hotel, Bahrain from SIXCO.
Won best “Specialist MEP Contractor of the Year 2011” by Construction Week magazine held Dec. 15, 2011 in Dubai, UAE.
Having identified a unique opportunity within the Gulf region, Mercury sought to consolidate all their existing Middle Eastern and North African operations into a new vision for the company in the region.
The vision was realised as Mercury MENA was formed. Mercury MENA will continue to build upon the foundations established by Mercury Middle East but will look to identify new opportunities across the nineteen MENA countries.
Mercury MENA was awarded projects for Integrated Health Centre and Workers’ Hospital in Mesaieed, Qatar.
Awarded MEP works for Barwa Al Baraha, Phase II - Buildings Package 2 project contracted by CRC (Construction & Reconstruction Engineering Co. Qatar).