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Ras Laffan Emergency & Safety College

Built in the industrial town of Ras Laffan, Qatar, this college will be the world’s largest training center for fire fighting and rescue teams.

Ras Laffan, Qatar

Client: Tebodin Consultants & Engineers

Building Size: 21,800 sm

Project Cost: $302 million

Spanning across approximately 100 hectacres, the RAS Laffan Emergency & Safety College is comprised of 28 training situations, including a petrochemical factory setting, an airplane and car crash, a ship accident and large (oil) fires. In addition to the simulation sites, a variety of study and residential facilities reside on-site: a school building with teaching locations and offices, a mosque, schoolrooms and an auditorium. The campus will house approximately 250 students and 150 staff. Various buildings and installations will be constructed in the surrounding desert landscape, including a fire station, water purification plant, control tower, storage facilities, and additional classrooms.

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