Raghadan Palace

Amman, Jordan

When Raghadan was built in 1926, it cost £1,600 to build. Stones from the southern town of Ma’an were used for the exterior. Its windows were made from coloured glass to resemble the al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem.  It was rebuilt in the 1980s following a major fire and has been further restored since. It is currently the home of King Abdullah and his family.

  • Historic
  • Cultural
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The Legislative Assembly

Macau, PRC

The Legislative Assembly or AL  is the organ of the legislative branch of Macau. It is a 29-member body comprising 12 directly elected members, 10 indirectly elected members representing functional constituencies and 7 members appointed by the chief executive. It is also known in English as the Legislative Council of Macao, according to the official translation of the territory's basic law

  • Cultural
  • Government

Ministry of Science

Sofia, Bulgaria

Critical assets in the Ministry of Education and Science building in the Bulgarian capital Sofia, are being protected by industry-leading ExGo suppression control panels from Advanced.

  • Education
  • Government
  • Science & Technology
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Ministry of Finance

Abu Dhabi, UAE

Abu Dhabi’s Ministry of Finance is responsible for ensuring best use of federal government resources through effective financial management and implementation of fiscal policies. It comprises 14 departments and employs hundreds of staff.

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  • Landmark
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Larnaca District Council

Valantis Antoniades

Larnaca, Cyprus

Larnaca is one of the six districts of Cyprus, the main city in the district is Larnaca and it is the third largest city on the southern coast of Cyprus and the islands largest airport is located on its outskirts.  The former kingdom-city of Kition which is now present day Larnaca was established in the 13th century BC.

  • Government

M Station

Dubai, UAE

M Station in Dubai is the United Arab Emirates’ largest power and desalination plant and plays a critical role in the infrastructure of the region.

Built by DEWA (Dubai Electricity and Water Authority), at a cost of more than Dh10 billion it can produce over 2 mega watts of electricity and 140 million imperial gallons of desalinated water per day - around 20 per cent of Dubai’s current requirements.

  • Landmark
  • Government
  • Transport
  • Industrial
  • Energy
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Diamond Light Source

Oxfordshire, UK

Diamond Light Source is the UK’s national synchrotron science facility, located at the Harwell Science and Innovation Campus in Oxfordshire.

By accelerating electrons to near light-speed, Diamond generates brilliant beams of light from infra-red to X-rays which are used for academic and industrial research and development across a range of scientific disciplines including structural biology, physics, chemistry, materials science, engineering, earth and environmental sciences.

  • Landmark
  • Government
  • Science & Technology
  • Industrial
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King's Cross Station

London, UK

Advanced supplied intelligent panels for fire detection and smoke damper control as part of the the King’s Cross/ St. Pancras Underground Station redevelopment. Phase 1 included construction of a new Western Ticket Hall located in front of St. Pancras station and the expansion of the current Tube Ticket Hall. Phase 2 also used Advanced’s intelligent control panels, involving the construction of a new Northern Ticket Hall located to the west of King’s Cross station.

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  • Government
  • Transport
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The Guildhall

Derry City, Northern Ireland

Derry’s Guildhall, which reopened in June, is one of the city’s main cultural assets and a key part of the UK City of Culture 2013 celebrations. It originally dates from 1890 and has played an important role in the history of the City.

  • Leisure & Hospitality
  • Historic
  • Cultural
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