TAEP Design

TAEP provides Architectural Services in the following building types:
 Commercial & Retail;
 Corporate & Office;
 Leisure & Hospitality;
 Special Projects;

We also include the following additional services:
 Space Planning & Furniture;
 Signage & Way-finding;

TAEP has accumulated immense experience over the past decades in Kuwait and continues to build upon that legacy for the future. The TAEP vision “‘to seek ourselves to guide us in our work’” captures the spirit and philosophy that dominates TAEP’s approach to architecture. TAEP’s Design Department believes the complete integration of all design elements, including structural, mechanical and electrical, contribute to the final architectural solution and that these essentials should be meticulously designed and interwoven into the architectural building fabric to provide our clients with cost effective, energy efficient, and iconic buildings which will be both contemporary and timeless.
MEP Engineering Services

TAEP provides an integrated building services design capability that includes expert engineers who bring added value in delivering advanced building solutions. TAEP provides Building Services Engineering services as an integrated offering based on individual design components comprising:

1. Mechanical Engineering
 Domestic Cold & Hot Water System;
 Sewage and Surface Water Drainage;
 Fire Fighting System;
  Building Management System.

2. Electrical Engineering
 High/Low Voltage Distribution;
 Telecommunications & IT;
 Vertical Transportation;
 Power Distribution;
 Security System;
 Interior/Exterior Lighting;
 Satellite & Master Antenna;
 Fire Alarm System.

Structural Engineering
TAEP offers specific advice and expertise in all forms of Structural Engineering. We deliver services associated with:
 Substructure and foundations;
 Steel and concrete frame;
 Post tensioned slab design.

Our structural engineers take a lead role in managing the multi-disciplinary offering to ensure that the client receives an integrated engineering solution from initial site acquisition, through the planning process and into the construction and delivery phase.
We are very often dealing with challenging ground conditions caused by the nature of the ground or the infrastructure that runs through it. We also have to face the challenge of making a structure efficient in its design – minimizing cost and effect on the environment; and optimizing its utilization through reducing slab thickness and hence storey heights, and maximizing its free spans and lowering the impact of structural columns.

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