Infrastructure builder Musanada has handed over the Bani Yas Court project to the Abu Dhabi Judicial Department.
Abu Dhabi-owned Musanada said that it constructed the court building over an area of 7,725 square metres at a total cost of approximately $14.7million.
According to a report from state news agency Wam, Musanada said that the works were completed as per the construction plan and in line with the agreed completion schedule, according to the highest international standards and specifications.
The project comprises three floors. The ground floor includes four main sections consisting of the Notary Public, Attestations, Civil and Labour Court and Enforcement Judge.
The first floor includes six sections covering Family Guidance, Inheritance, Urgent Matters, Misdemeanour, and the First Instance and Commercial Courts. The second floor includes four court halls along with a deliberation room attached to each of them.
The project was supplied with all technical, security and mechanical equipment, as well as up-to-the-minute technology.
Musanada said it deployed sustainable innovative solutions during the design and used recyclable materials to achieve the maximum appropriate environmental requirements, in addition to reducing energy consumption and maximising the utilisation of sun rays.
The company also said it was keen on developing external designs that appropriately reflected the architectural image of Abu Dhabi's government buildings.