CoxGomyl’s global portfolio showcases a wealth of expertise in providing facade access solutions. Each solution is guided by core design principles of imagination & creativity, systems integration, and quality & service. A focus on the Middle East further demonstrates CoxGomyl’s experience in navigating the complex challenges that come with designing systems for supertall and unique buildings.
The Burj Khalifa holds the record for the world’s tallest building, designed to replicate the Islamic architecture of the area. CoxGomyl provided 18 diverse BMUs for full coverage of the 162-floor building, including nine wall-mounted machines specifically designed to meet the challenge of no available roof or terrace space.
The Jumeirah Gate exemplifies Dubai’s luxurious architectural style. The mixed-use development consists of a five-star hotel, residential apartments, dining and leisure facilities. Designed as two interlinked towers, CoxGomyl delivered two flexible Building Maintenance Units per tower, hidden from view between floors 74 and 75 and 63 and 64.
The Skyview Tower, located in the glamorous Dubai Marina precinct, is a two-building residential development nestled between some of Dubai’s most lush hotels. The 32-story building utilises seven CoxGomyl BMUs, two of which are bespoke cranes located on separate roof structures, with 7.5-tonne capacities. This solution is completed with a monorail system for access to the buildings unique sky bridge.
The Aldar Headquarters, while standing at only 110m, is incredibly distinctive in its design. As the first circular building of its kind in the Middle East, its architecture was guided by the golden ratio. CoxGomyl supplied an equally unique facade access solution, with a self-levelling BMU travelling around a circular track outside of the building.
The Al Wasl Plaza Trellis is a unique addition to CoxGomyl’s portfolio in the Middle East. The focal centrepiece of the Expo 2020 in Dubai, the building follows a dome structure spanning 130 metres wide and 67 metres high. Designed to mimic the events intricate round logo, steel beams and circles are utilised to create a unique pattern on the exterior of the building. To maintain this aesthetic, CoxGomyl delivered a highly engineered track system able to facilitate a large traversing gantry system. This gantry system is one of the largest in the world.Back to News