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Consultant Dar al-Handasah, best known for its innovative design work overseas, will be showing off projects nearing completion, including the 400m main span cable stayed Wadi Leban bridge in Riyadh, and the Sirsi Circle flyover in Bangalore, India. The Sirsi Circle project, which introduced precast, prestressed glued segmental construction to India, has excited major interest and is being widely copied.

Dar al-Handasah is preparing to start work on a similar structure in the heart of Mumbai and is designer for the cable stayed Sungai Prai bridge, Malaysia. Civils 2000 is an opportunity for Dar to make itself better known to UK clients and contractors.

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