Dubai Bridge Engineers and Structural Engineers
Wherever excellence is demanded, you’ll find Cleveland Bridge Group.
Our Dubai bridge facility, the HQ and Engineering Centre of Cleveland Bridge & Engineering Middle East, is located in the Jebel Ali Free Zone area in Dubai. This is a well-established facility that has been operating successfully since 1977. A fabrication capacity of 70,0000 tonnes per annum, split across two facilities with direct deepwater quayside access.
Our highly experienced teams, which include designers, fabricators, engineers and project managers, have an unrivalled track record of delivering bridges, buildings, and structures, across a broad range of scale and complexity. Experts in medium to large scale commercial and retail developments, as well as petrochemicals, oil and gas industrial infrastructure, CBME are able to deliver proven engineering excellence.
Tonne per annum fabrication capacity
We provide a vital difference to our clients by working closely with them from the very earliest stages of their projects ensuring we provide tangible value throughout.
Together with our knowledge of materials and fabrication expertise, this can lead to significant savings in both time and money. Through a greater understanding and clear view of our clients’ objectives, we are able to offer more cost-effective outcomes.
Key recent projects include:
- Dubai International Airport expansion
- Bahrain flyover bridge
- Zayed university
BIM/TEKLA 3D modelling
Using building information modelling (BIM) with advanced TEKLA 3D software, we can generate complete digital representations of steel bridges and structures.
Therefore, our Dubai bridge engineers and in-house designers can assess and confirm all aspects of general arrangement, fabrication, component drawings, and Strumis CNC files for material handling and automatic cutting/drilling.
Capacity to succeed
The companies within Cleveland Bridge Group have over 300 years’ combined experience in delivering structural steelwork projects in a broad range of sectors, from local to international, from single to multiple and from basic to highly complex schemes.