A spectacular water feature with 10 metre tall fountains is set to complement the traditional architecture of the new Town Hall building in Sharjah.
Water and illuminations design specialists GHESA has been awarded construction and maintenance of the new display.
Middle Eastern building design will be a major influence on the project which will also include the company’s trademark lighting effects and illumination.
In total four fountains will cascade around a central monument .
GHESA started up 50 years ago and since 1975 has installed more than 3,000 fountains and is recognised globally as a market leader in this specialist field..
Originally founded in Spain the company opened operations in Dubai in 2007 in order to develop its contracts across the Middle East. Among its projects have been the 187 water features which decorate
the Princess Noura University for Women in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (pictured).