Dubai English Speaking College (DESC) | Eire Gulf Contracting LLC
Communication and PA wiring and cabling, Electrical installation and connec on including lighting, Air conditioning repairs, installation and maintenance Internal and External Painting, Construction of internal partitions, ceiling and floors.
School library renovation, school canteen renovation, school lighting, school interior construction
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Dubai English Speaking College

Project Name: Dubai English Speaking College Library Renovation
Location: Academic City, Dubai.
Project Duration: 14 weeks
Project Cost: 1.85 M AED

Eire Gulf Contracting, in conjunction with the colleges’ own designers and specialist designer, completed a remarkable transformation of the old DESC library to a vibrant, new, learning space. The entire library was stripped back to provide the team with a blank canvas. We demolished the wall of the library and moved into the corridor area to harness the natural light given by three sun light sources. We constructed the wall as a half glass wall to create the illusion of openness. The combination of these two ideas helped illuminate the whole library and breathe new life into the area.

Everything, from the ceiling and lighting to the flooring was rejuvenated to create a space where teachers and students could relax and rewind before getting back to the grind of education.

By carefully selecting finishes and furniture the project achieved a blend of functionality and modern design. All this was achieved whilst maintaining the clients budget and more importantly, timeline. We completed the project during the summer holidays thus eliminating any disruption to students and teachers.
Ms Cynthia Trench, for whom the project was named, opened the library in September 2015.

Our team can provide turnkey solution to all manner of fit out and MEP challenges