Hennessey completed a series of joinery, interior fit-out, civil and landscaping works at the new Al Shindagha Museum. Dubai Creek is an ever growing area of culture, history and heritage for the emirate of Dubai, and the new Al Shindagha Museum was established as a key part of that. The museum is split into a variety of pavilions, such as, the ‘House of Perfumes’ pavilion, and ‘The Rise of a City’ pavilion, each displaying the traditions of the Emirati people, historical documents and interactive exhibits.
Hennessey was contracted under Spanish company, Acciona, with whom Hennessey had worked under previously on the Mohammed bin Rashid Solar Parks, thus highlighting our successful relationship with our clients and partners.
Our works included manufacturing desks, doors, and exhibitions in our Joinery Factory, as well as ceiling works, paving works, fit-outs of bathrooms and pantry’s as well as landscaping plantation.