Al Baddad to prepare venues for Bahrain F1
Abu Dhabi, February 9, 2010
Al Baddad International, the UAE-based leading innovator in the field of mobile halls and storage facilities, will participate in venue preparations for the 2010 Bahrain Formula 1 Grand Prix.
“It is an honor for Al Baddad to be chosen as the successful partner of this huge sports event that echoes worldwide,” said Zayed Al-Baddad, the CEO and chairman of Al Baddad International.
“For the fourth year in a row, we have been chosen to provide venue preparations for the Bahrain F1. This reflects the tremendous trust we have gained in this field by providing state-of-the-art services,” he added.
“Al Baddad International is keen on providing services for top international sports events such as the Bahrain Formula 1 and the Abu Dhabi Formula 1 Grand Prix. We are also prepping the venues for the race event in Hael, which is being held simultaneously with the Bahrain event.”
Al Baddad International is gearing to prepare an area of around 17,000 sq m in the form of multi-purpose mobile halls.
The halls provide a wide range of services to the event including reception for VIPs, kitchen services venues, storage facilities, temperature-controlled foodstuff storage in addition to other purposes according to the highest international standards.
Al Baddad will also be installing top-notch pyramid-shaped halls and VIP halls that follow the highest international safety standards, a statement said.
The mobile halls can withstand severe weather conditions of heavy rain and gusty winds. Halls come in different elegant designs fit for such mega events and in various shapes, sizes and features.
The larger mobile halls exceed areas of 4000 sq m in addition to Al Baddad’s Luxury Hall that rises up to 9 metres without a center pole.
This year’s collection of mobile halls is characterized by an impressive level of artistic decoration that adds to the comfort of visitors and VIPs. The halls are also fully-furnished with installed air-conditioning units of various sizes and heavy power generators to secure all the power needs of the venue. – TradeArabia News Service
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