Sabah Al-Ahmad City Cultural Centre

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I hope this actually gets built. Find out more about this project [Here]


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  1. Jihad makarem says:

    Hello,

    My name is jihad Makarem and I work in Amana united general trading.

    Our company is also constructing schools and clinics for the Sabah al Ahmed city project and also for Jaber al Ahmed city.

    I can send designs of the schools and clinics that will be constructed there.

  2. Na9er says:

    If only 25% of all the proposed projects that are made specifically for Kuwait, Kuwait will definitely be one of the greatest countries in the world. So many plans and blueprints are made for spectacular projects! But sadly, none see the light of day. If they do, they’re constantly delayed.

  3. Meshx86 says:

    and as i work at Wafra field, is there any expats building will be in Sobah Al Ahmad city ?

  4. Baqdonis says:

    Designed for Kuwait, implemented in Dubai or Doha :)

  5. ibnturab says:

    It looks nice, but what the heck is it ? Why not spend the money on something useful, like properly trained nurses at public hospitals, or simplifying paperwork for people at the useless ministries.

    • Chris says:

      +1

      seriously.. get literates in government posts..

    • AA99 says:

      No, Kuwait desperately needs to upgrade, but you brought up a valid point. Yes, they need to overhaul their ministries and if they don’t know how to do this, then they can travel one hour south to Dubai and they will show them how to do that and what equipment to buy. Problem is the government doesn’t care – only about their own backyard.

  6. daily says:

    Looks like The rainforest cafe- wow!

  7. Randy says:

    looks nice but it needs feature Shake Shack or a Pinkberry :P

  8. assaf says:

    when will everyone realise non of this will ever see the light of day…

  9. Somebody says:

    Lol we will be facing a brand new problem; fungus cities that are so random and lack any coherence with past urban planning so future generations will have to deal with the clean up all this complex design crap!!


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