By Andy Sambidge
Foster + Partners beats strong int'l field to land second major deal in Gulf state
Renowned UK architects Foster + Partners has won a contract to design a new terminal at Kuwait International Airport.
It beat intense competition with several international firms to land the deal, the firm's senior executive and architect Richard Dilworth announced.
This is the second project for Foster + Partners, which is headed by world famous designer Sir Norman Foster, in Kuwait following the designing of the headquarters of National Bank of Kuwait, Dilworth said.
Kuwait also represents one of the important markets for Foster + Partners in the Middle East, Dilworth said in comments published by KUNA News Agency.
Foster + Partners is currently implementing a number of projects in the region including Abu Dhabi National Museum, Saudi Economic City and a huge stadium in Qatar.
Foster + Partners is not headed by Sir Norman Foster !
He sold his company & his name to others
Check your facts, he is the Chairman and Founder of the company, I would say that the position of Chairman makes him head of the company.
The Lord Foster, Baron Foster of Thames Bank