Haagen Tapped to Design and Build Fire Training Simulators for a Disaster Management and Emergency Response Training Center in Abu Dhabi

Press Release (ePRNews.com) - Abu Dhabi, UAE - Apr 21, 2017 - Haagen is proud to announce that it has reached an agreement with Tawazun Safety and Security Disaster Management City “Jaheziya” to design and build a wide range of fire training simulators for a new state of the art Disaster Management and Emergency Response Training Center in Abu Dhabi. The official agreement was recently signed for the first two phases of the project by Haagen President Leon Timmermans and the Chairman of Jaheziya, H.E Ali Bin Musleh Al Ahbabi.

​Jaheziya is expected to span 100 hectares. Haagen is responsible for designing and constructing the fire training simulators. The center will also include classroom facilities and overnight accommodations in addition to the fire training props.

“We are thrilled to support Jaheziya in their quest to build one of the largest and most technologically advanced training grounds in the world. We look forward to supporting them in every step of the design and build process,” remarked President Leon Timmermans.

The design phase of the project is expected to be completed by mid-2017 with construction slated to begin shortly after.

For additional information on Haagen training tools and custom fire training centers, contact them at +31 (0)13 507 6800 or visit the company’s website at Haagen.com. ​


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