Studies and Designs

hrough a highly efficient and distinguished teamwork, MDCEO prepares studies and designs for various government projects; administrational and residential, hotels, recreational centers and multifunction buildings. We conduct all different studies and engineering works "Constructional, Electrical and Mechanical"

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Interior Design

MDCEO Interiors uses design to create inspiring environments by:
1- Prepare the main concept for all the project spaces.
2- Design the plans including (floor plans, walls and ceilings).
3-Design and select color scheme and lighting plans.
4-Select the finishes and furniture for every space.
5-Present the final 3D shot for every space.

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Development Planning and Landscaping

MDCEO prepares studies and designs necessary for planning the lands and cities in consideration of the following:

1- The innovation and contriving in the urban planning method.
2- For changing the style of traditional cities taking into consideration making use of all spaces.
3- Consideration of completion and comprehensiveness of the public services in the layout.

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Surveys and Geographical Systems

In corporation with National Company for Environment Services, a leading company in the field survey and GIS operating in many Arab countries. MDCEO's professional land surveyors and engineers are dedicated to provide excellent land surveying services to client, which gives the ability to overcome all the technical problems in the implementation of projects and the highest efficiency.

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Project Management and Implementation Supervision

MDCEO relies on a team of engineers and technicians in different specializations to manage projects and supervise their implementation in accordance with planning systems of project performance stages and costs control with the use of the-state-of-the-art system in projects management.

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Traffic impact study

Before text editors existed, computer text was punched into cards with keypunch machines. Physical boxes of these thin cardboard cards were then inserted into a card-reader. Magnetic tape and disk "card-image" files created from such card decks often had no line-separation characters at all, and assumed fixed-length 80-character records. An alternative to cards was punched paper tape. It could be created by some teleprinters (such as the Teletype), which used special characters to indicate ends of records.

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