Corporate Office Building (F09-B)

Energy City

Commercial Builds

Corporate Office Building

Trust Engineering Consultancy secured the Lead Design Consultant role from the Plot F-09B Corporate Office Building project. Covering a built-up area of 6,970 sqm on a 2,216 sqm plot, the concept revolves around unique office spaces with direct views, ample natural lighting, and supporting services to boost productivity. The building is designed with two envelopes: an inner high-performance transparent glazing for light and views and an outer layer of perforated mesh panels to control direct sunlight and glare. 

The site is divided into three sections: the North (East/West), South East, and South West. The South West section facilitates vehicle circulation, leading to the basement with two-way roads and ramps. The South East section houses main visitor entrances and driveways, bordered by a landscape buffer by EL WESSIL. The North section hosts softscape areas with native plants, bicycle racks, accessible parking, and back access to the building. 


Mohamed Jaham Al Kuwari

Built up Area (BUA)

6,970 sqm


Lead Design Consultant


F-09B, Energy City District, Lusail, Qatar


2B + G + 4

Scope of Work

Architectural Design, Safety Design, Mechanical Design, Electrical Design, Structural Design, Sustainability, Tender Package and Authority Approval 


The building comprises a ground level and four upper floors. The ground level features the main entrance, lift lobby, corridors, and a service core containing essential facilities. Basements house parking areas, service and utility rooms.

Targeting a 2-star GSAS rating, the building emphasizes regional materials, stone cladding, and efficient thermal insulation to reduce cooling needs. Adjusted facade openings minimize glare, maximizing shade, while native landscaping curbs irrigation requirements. Light-colored materials diminish solar radiation, and stormwater management incorporates a tank system for reuse. Vertical light poles and efficient internal lighting aim to save energy, while water fixtures and waste management systems promote water and material conservation.