What We Do

As a premier service provider of design/engineering and construction solutions, we deliver our integrated services as a unified team throughout our client-focused market segments. Approaching challenges from different perspectives — from master planning to detailed design, Construction Management, Testing&Commissioning, implementation and optimization strategies — we support our clients through every phase of a project with expert advice that improves the effectiveness of their facility budgets. 

How we are different

Collectively, Kiklop’s services provide a range of expertise and assistance that our clients can access throughout the life of their building and their professional careers. Because each service is related to one another, our entire collection of offerings is enhanced with every project. New ideas, knowledge, and technology lead to increasingly positive outcomes. Markets: Commercial, Residential, Education, Government, Airports, Healthcare, Industrial Utilities.


Kiklop has the expertise, experience and resources to provide consultancy to ensure successful service delivery and provide design-led solutions aimed at meeting our clients’ business needs, regardless of the complexity and size of the projects.

Architectural / Structural / MEP Design

Kiklop is capable of providing multidisciplinary design services from schematic design to construction stage. Our team of architects and engineers has extensive global experience within a wide variety of building types, providing holistic design approaches that reflect an understanding of the full project lifecycle.

Our design service transforms conceptual designs into tangible, successful projects. We combine global and local designexpertise with our knowledge of region permitting and approvals processes, and answer all requirements for design and technical documentation to achieve the building permit.

Architectural Concept

"The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams."


We believe that design is a mysterious and individual activity which is beyond description; it happens but is not amenable to analysis. The idea that form arises from the functions to be performed in a building and that these can be specified is, ultimately, underpinned by the notion of determinism. Typology and functionalism stem ultimately from the sciences; from outside architecture. The assumption implicit in the theory is that a design can be created by assembling the ‘atoms of the environment’rather than by starting from a view of the whole, as in typology,for instance


"Form follows strategy."

The real subject of interior design is enclosed space—that is, the settings within buildings that house human activity. First and foremost, Kiklop is concerned with how people experience these settings by analyzing client  needs, goals, and life safety requirements. Interior design is a broad-spectrum discipline that thrives in the vitality of energy, intellectual engagement, mutual respect, conflict, and collaboration that grow from contact with other environmental specializations.


KIKLOP is a full service mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection and sustainable engineering design firm KIKLOP is a strong advocate in the practice of responsible engineering that supports sustainability and living lighter on the earth. Our firm embraces the principles of green design projects where the marketplace for sustainable features has always existed.

  • HVAC System Design
  • Central Heating / Cooling Plants
  • Site and Building Power Design
  • Lighting Design
  • Street Illumination Design
  • Emergency Power Systems
  • Uninterrupted Power Systems
  • Fire Alarm Systems
  • Domestic Water Systems
  • Sanitary Waste Systems
  • Natural Gas Distribution Systems
  • Medical Piping Systems
  • Indoor Air Quality Studies
  • Power Quality Studies
  • Building Load Analysis
  • Electrical Short Circuit Analysis
  • Life Cycle Cost Analysis


Building Information Modeling (BIM)

Most commonly associated with building design and construction, BIM is a process that uses intelligent, digital building models to add value to the building lifecycle. working from models helps us understand our buildings and collaborate more effectively with the people who use them. The core benefit of BIM for us comes down to being able to make better, more cost-effective decisions faster.

The BIM approach:

  • Save time and money on planning building projects
  • Improve and accelerate facilities management decision making
  • Increase user satisfaction with design results
  • Provide better building information for projects aiming to reduce energy consumption



BIM for Construction

Kiklop uses Building Design Suite to explore the best way to construct a building as it was being designed, such as most efficient and more precise way of prefabrication, that add speed and reduce waste that are essential to achieving the precise coordination that makes efficient project delivery a reality.

Kiklop uses the models to plan installation steps in real terms, which has huge impact on reducing the material waste; which can lower from 10 percent to only 1 percent. BIM can speed up and smoothen the construction progress, to help coordinate the project, reduce waste, and collaborate with the design team.

BIM model can survive the construction project and live on as a facilities management tool. It can not only be used as a more accurate and detailed as-built document, but also all the operations and maintenance documents have been layered into the project. The model will serve as a kind of owner’s manual for the new facility.

Project & Construction

Kiklop provides professional advice and detailed recommendations on the all types of buildings, by preparing and orchestrating on site building contracts of any scale. We also prepare long term planned maintenance schemes, analyze major building defects and specify how to correct them, prepare maintenance and repair contracts and administer them on site.

  • Program Management
  • Design Management
  • Cost Management
  • Schedule Management
  • Quality Management
  • Change Management
  • Document Control
  • Risk Management
  • Safety Management
  • Contract Management


Kiklop’s professionals have the combined knowledge, experience and capability to guide our clients’ projects from design to completion.

We accomplish this with project teams that are comprised of both project management and site supervision professionals and support from our in-house technical services groups: estimating, domestic and global procurement, scheduling, MEP systems, structural engineering and building enclosures. Our personnel manage all on-site aspects of the project including trades people, cost control and communication with the owner and architect. Our project teams are accessible to clients and dedicated throughout each project’s life cycle.

Under the standard construction management as agent delivery method, Kiklop acts as a third-party manager of the construction process. This delivery method utilizes an open book approach, where owners have access to all of our project documents and are made aware of aesthetic, schedule and cost trade-offs before making program and design decisions. Owners have the opportunity to be involved at each stage of the process from pre-construction and trade contractor selection through construction and closeout.

Access to Information: The construction team is overseen by a construction manager on a fee basis where the owner is given access to all of the construction manager’s project documents including trade contracts, trade costs, payrolls, etc. Under a general contracting scenario, the owner would typically have limited access to this information.

Team focus: There is increased communications and information sharing between the construction manager, owner, and design team for a collaborative approach to the construction process. The owner is made completely aware of aesthetic, schedule and cost trade-offs before making program and design decisions.

Increased Owner Control: The owner is given the opportunity to be involved at each stage of the process from pre-construction and trade contractor selection through construction and closeout.

Test &


Kiklop is dedicated to working on behalf of the building owner by delivering a facility with systems that perform as specified, intended and paid for. We have the required expertise through engineers and certified technicians to provide commissioning services in accordance with industry standards, guidelines and building codes. Large or small, our clients continue to be globally positioned and we personally support each one to achieve the most innovative and effective solutions.

1. WBCx(Whole Building Commissioning)

The term “Whole Building Commissioning” (WBCx) describes an expanded scope of commissioning services which includes architectural, structural, mechanical, process, electrical systems, fi­xtures andequipment. Essentially, the WBCx scope covers validation for “anything the Owner wants” for his project. KIKLOP engineers and specialists provide following services sticking to the BS and US standards considering the design intent and client functional requirements. We are committed to providing the highest services directly to owners to ensure that they receive properly commissioned and energy efficien environmental/HVAC systems.

Commissioning Verifi­cation;The verifi­cation role is vital for design and builds projects where it is necessary for Clients to have a 3rd Party specialist involved throughout the commissioning & handover of systems/projects to ensure  conformity with local and international standards.

2. Retro-Cx

Retro-commissioning (RCx) involves applying the commissioning process to a building that has never been commissioned. Retro-commissioning is sometimes referred to as “Existing Building Commissioning”. RCx uses the commissioning process to compare the building’s original design parameters and operational criteria with current design and operational requirements. RCx then determines whether the building is capable of meeting the current design and operational criteria as a minimum.

RCx then identifies the required system modifications necessitated by the building’s mission changes in order to meet its current operational and tenant needs. RCx should then identify upgrades to the building that will enhance its energy efficiency, tenant comfort and productivity, and indoor air quality. These upgrades often incorporate state-of-the-art equipment and systems needed to improve theefficiency and operational effectiveness of the building. RCx often enhances property value.

The benefits of RCx often include lower operation and maintenance costs, lower utility costs, reduced repairs and system downtime, increase occupant comfort, increased productivity, improved indoor air quality, and enhanced skill of operations and maintenance staff.

3. TAB(Testing, Adjusting and Balancing)

All testing and commissioning services are provided in accordance with CIBSE, ASHRAE and ANSI Commissioning Codes as applicable, as well as BSRIA, CSA, NEBB and AABC Guidelines and relevant Standards.

  • Low velocity air systems
  • Variable air volume systems
  • Specialist exhaust air systems
  • Staircase/lift/lobby pressurization
  • Air handling units
  • Chilled water and LTHW systems (constant & variable Flow)
  • Condenser water systems
  • AHU/coil performance tests
  • Heat exchanger performance tests
  • Sound level measurement
  • Main Distribution Boards
  • Motor Control Centers
  • Distribution Boards
  • Sub-main Distribution Boards

4. O&M, Project Close out

The Operation and Maintenance Manuals as a part of the project  files are designed to be a comprehensive information source that guides the employer and end users in the understanding of the building. The manual should define the building construction and its systems, along with the processes and procedures required for it to be operated and maintained efficiently and safely.

O&M Manual planning is one component of a much broader knowledge transfer process. Transferring knowledge is necessary to facilitate the transition of the project’s product from the project stage into continuing operations.

KIKLOP’s O&M Manual contains information and strategies designed to guide operational stakeholders in the normal use and maintenance of the project’s product. The manual is designed in a manner that facilitates actions and responses to anything that may arise during normal product operations and maintenance. The actual type(s) of manual(s) created, the information they contain, and the defined stakeholder response(s) are derived from information inputs from areas such as:

                Project Team – O&M Manuals help transfer knowledge, lessons learned from the development and testing of the product, from the project team to the operations team

                Operations Support Environment – O&M Manuals document operational processes, tasks, and responsibilities associated with ongoing operations and maintenance in the production environment

                Operations Activities – O&M Manuals save time and expense by reducing the mishandling of standard operational activities through the use of concise, documented, step-by-step instructions

                Operations Training – O&M Manuals can be used as training tools; empowering stakeholders to make decisions regarding basic system operations and maintenance that otherwise might be mishandled


Mass Engineered Timber(MET)

Mass timber is a method of construction that capitalizes on new wood technology and manufacturing advances. Solid wood panels, posts or beams, called cross-laminated timber (CLT), nail laminated timber (NLT) and glue laminated timber (glulam) members are brought together, in some cases alone, or with hybrid elements such as concrete or steel, to create flooring and wall systems that rival traditional concrete and steel systems.


We are specialists in solid timber.


We design, engineer, procure and assembly more Mass Engineer Timber building structures



Our role within a mass timber building project is that of a ‘specialist’ – a ‘specialist designer’ or ‘specialist contractor’ depending on when and how we are engaged on a project. At your request, we get involved in entire process of design, project planning, detailed engineering, workshop design, production and construction, or we simply assume design&engineering or production, delivery and assembly.

Integrated Project Delivery(IPD)


·      Low Carbon, Efficient Structures

·      Reduce materials

·      Optimize construction sequence

·      Reduce schedule

·      Reduce labor



IPD “is a project delivery approach that integrates people, systems, business structures and practices into a process that collaboratively harnesses the talents and insights of all participants to reduce waste and optimize efficiency through all phases of design, fabrication and construction” . It is thus a business model for the integration of the design and construction stakeholders which is not tied to a specific contract type or technologies, but is rather a set of principles that can be applied to a range of circumstances



Key participants bound together as equals: Relatedness 

Shared Risk & Reward 

Collaborative Decision Making 

Fiscal Transparency 

Eliminate Overlap in Services 

Early Involvement Key Participants 

Dynamic Cost Modeling 

Target Value Design 

Integrated Virtual Design / Construct 

Incubator of Lean concepts 

IPD Contractual Principles 

Key participants bound together 

Shared financial risk and reward 

Cost transparency 

Early involvement 

Intensified design 

Jointly developed project target criteria 

Collaborative decision making 

Joining agreements to Traditional Contract agreements  


Tools and Processes  

Establishing baseline performance metrics 

Co-location and the Big Room concept •Virtual Design and Construction (VDC) 

Value Stream Mapping 

Target Value Design 

Cluster Teams 

Early Trade Involvement Packages (ETIP’s) 

Joining / Collaboration Agreements 

Reverse phase scheduling (pull) “stage gates” 

Use of 3rd party consulting 

IPD contingencies for design & construction 

Lean concepts and practices  



VDC is not just software! 

VDC is a process that integrates the design and construction professionals into a collaborating team that build a BIM model of the project using 3D, 4D(cost), 5D(time), carbon footprint CAD visualization. 


Defined tools and processes 

Early involvement 

Builds strong working relationships 

Shared resource 

Starts at project conception and lives through the life of the facility 

All Design Disciplines Utilized Modeling 

IPD Allowed “Right of Reliance” on the 3D Models 

BIM Protocol Manual 

CM/GC Leverages and Uses Model Prior to Design Completion 

BIM Models Recognized as “Key” to Enabling True Integration with fabrication  



VDC is achieved using four elements: Building Information Modelling (BIM), Metrics, Integrated Concurrent Engineering (ICE) and the iRoom

VDC has four components, an engineering modeling method that presents the product, organization and process, model-based analysis for projects, visualization method, business metrics and finally an economic impact analysis

VDC has highlighted three important parts of a project; the Product, the Processes and the Organization of it


Energy Services / Sustainable Design

Kiklop is committed to protect our environment by incorporating Sustainable Design Principles in our normal course of work. We employ the most knowledgeable  Professionals in EMEA with full-service Design & Construction Departments to collaborate with our Sustainable Design Division based on the unique needs of each project.

Kiklop believes we as professionals must join with our clients, communities, and governments to work towards the goal of delivering the built environment at Zero Carbon Emissions through sound sustainable planning, design, technology, construction, and operating policies for our building projects.

Our Goals

  • Enhance and enforce Sustainable Operational Policies.    
  • Educate our Clients to many benefits of Sustainable Design Principles achieved by cost effective ways.
  • Always seek opportunities to apply the best Sustainable Solutions to fit the needs of our Clients requirements.
  • Educate and prepare our Staff for the coming changes that will lead the building industry towards zero emissions buildings.
  • Raise public awareness to the importance of incorporating Sustainable Principles into their daily life.


Our Capabilities 

Kiklop has on staff, and through our extensive network of professional consultants, professionals with substantial experience in delivering certified green building projects. Although we have the technical knowledge to work with any recognized Certifying Green Agency such as Green Globe, HK Bream, Green Star, we have focused our efforts and knowledge on the number one and fastest-growing brand in the world.


While each rating system focuses on a particular field or structure, the contents work cooperatively to form a cohesive certification system that promotes green buildings in design and construction. The rating systems evaluate the project's potential environmental impacts and human benefits based on credit allocations of the following categories:

  • Sustainable Sites
  • Water Efficiency
  • Energy and Atmosphere
  • Materials and Resources
  • Indoor Environmental Quality
  • Innovation in Design
  • Regional Priority


Kiklop has an extensive knowledge and experience from its team in healthcare industry, particularly in:

  • Facility design, functional planning and commissioning
  • Medical equipment planning, procurement and commissioning
  • Turn-key Project management,
  • Hospital management
  • Training Programs,
  • Operational Processes (Infections Control Training Program, Biomedical Department, Facility Management, ICU, Cardiology, etc.)

Successful green field healthcare facilities development of more than 30 hospitals in Turkey, Libya, Nigeria and Iraq, Kiklop focused to provide the latest technologies and highest standard deliverables to satisfy our clients.

We specialize in:

  1. Medical Equipment Planning
  2. Medical Laboratory Planning
  3. Healthcare Technology Management & Commissioning
  4. Healthcare Facilities Management & Commissioning
  5. Hospital Equipping & Furnishing
  6. Evaluation of Existing Medical Equipments
  7. Healthcare Projects Consultations
  8. Biomedical Engineering Training

Kiklop Global Healthcare Services:

  1. Feasibility and Business Plan Development
  2. Construction Management Consulting
  3. Pre-Operational Planning and Commisioning
  4. Administration and Operations
  5. Phase Review and Prospectus


Financial Consultancy

  • Feasibility Study
  • Investment Strategy
  • Special Areas Functional Performance
  • Management Strategy
  • Operational Productivity

Specific Department Management

  • Radiology
  • Laboratory
  • ICU
  • Infections Control
  • Sterilization


“Global Healthcare Services Team have been involved in hospitals and academic medical centers projects, with the total value of $1.5 billion.”


Kiklop collabarates with Turkey based Mezzo Studyo - www.mezzostudyo.com for the acoustical services. 


Mezzo is a design and acoustical consultancy firm that combines expertise in acoustics, engineering, architecture and interiors to aid the design process in creation of acoustically comfortable, pleasant and performance-specific spaces.


Architectural Design, Interior Design and Space Planning

With a specialization on acoustically sensitive spaces as recording studios, concert halls and opera houses, multipurpose auditoria, home theaters or radio stations, our firm provides architectural design, interior design and space planning together with procurement services for a wide range of activity halls and buildings under our scope.


Architectural Acoustics / Room Acoustics

Acoustical design of architectural spaces for us is to optimize environments for many functions, including business, recreation, learning, worship, communication, broadcasting and entertainment. Room acoustics design includes shaping and sizing of architectural elements, adjusting volumes, acoustical detailing and defining finishes and materials in lieu with the assessment and evaluation of acoustical comfort parameters.


Sound Isolation

Two major issues of sound isolation are airborne sound isolation and impact noise isolation that are of priority essentially in multi-story residential and commercial building projects. Sound transmission and impact isolation classes are assessed by related computational tools with respect to international or local building codes. Designing project specific sound isolation details is one of the major tasks within our scope.


Noise and Vibration Control

Mechanical room design includes floating floor, sound isolation wall and ceiling assembly specifications together with design of floor structure for sensitive equipment. Machinery acoustics focuses on noise and vibration control for all types of moving equipment such as air conditioning, heating and ventilation systems, rooftop units, chillers and cooling towers, central plants, electrical and plumbing equipment.


Environmental Noise Evaluation and Control

Environmental noise analysis includes transportation, industry, recreation and residential, commercial development and entertainment facilities. In addition to environmental noise control, we assists industrial acoustics and noise control to optimize communication and limit worker-exposure in the workplace - typically in manufacturing or other heavy industries.


Acoustical Tests and Measurements

MEZZOLaB is an independent laboratory providing uniform material testing to the audio, acoustics, and construction industries. Sound absorption coefficient and transmission loss measurements are major tests in accordance with ISO 10534-2 standard to be held using Impedance tube/Kundt tube.

PPP, Concession Agreements

Public-private partnership (PPP) is an innovative project structure formed between public sector and private sector concerning provision mechanisms of public services and facilities. In such a structure, the public-private partnership is not a traditional, simple purchasing-supply or contracting relationship, but rather a kind of partnership to leverage their respective expertise and share responsibility and risks. BOT, TOT, ROT, BTO and DBO are all the specific models of PPP.

 PPP Schematic Design and Feasibility Study

Designing infrastructure or public utilities PPP projects plan, carrying out comparative evaluation through VFM (Value For Money) between the PPP model and the conventional procurement model, and studying the feasibility and benefits of PPP plan;

   PPP Tendering Advisory

As the PPP project consultant of the government, we design its transaction structure and investment tendering procedure, set the boundary conditions and evaluation criteria, establish the financial model and conduct the business forecasting analysis, prepare investment documents, set up data-room and organize due diligence, coordinate competition procedures such as public tendering, placement or competitive negotiation, participate in business negotiation and assist in signing of concession agreements.

   PPP Bidding Advisory

As the PPP project consultant of bidders or private investors, KIKLOP PPPC assists the client to coordinate other advisor’s work, build financial model, propose business bidding strategy, and prepare bidding documents.




Facilities management is a critical, strategic business discipline. Organisations increasingly occupy complex buildings and use sophisticated technology for communications and control. KIKLOP Professional FM is needed to plan, maintain and manage these facilities. It is part of the drive to meet the higher demands of organisations and individuals. Whether as employees, customers, students or patients, people have higher expectations of their living, working and leisure environments.


We can deliver flexibility, adaptability and sustainability. KIKLOP Facility Managers can help organisations respond to cost pressures or the need for greater security. Beyond buildings, it can enable remote working.   Today facilities managers today are expected to understand their company’s core business and contribute to the bottom line—not only by reducing operating costs, but also by improving the productivity, revenue generating capacity and image of the entire organization.


KIKLOP engage best practices in sustainability whenever possible to ensure operations are energy efficient, environmentally sound and promote the wellbeing of occupants. We also help preserve natural resources, work to limit organisational footprints and prefer doing business with other similarly responsible organisations. At its best it is a real differentiator and in the commercial sphere can provide a competitive advantage.

Fire Engineering&Consultancy

Structural Fire Protection

It is important in fire safety considerations regarding the building structure to minimize the likelihood of collapse of the structural frame during a fire and to ensure that fire barriers remain intact to prevent ignition and fire spread to adjoining spaces.

In general, we provide the following approaches to structural frame and barrier design for fire resistance:

·       Analysis of Fire Endurance Requirements for Construction Assemblies

·       Evaluating Fire Resistance of Structural Elements

·       Predicting response of structural components to fire exposures

·       Applying related building code requirements for fire resistance

·       Protection of Openings

 Fire Protection and Fire Suppression Systems Design

Fire Protection and Suppression systems are designed to confine and prevent the spread of fire and eventually extinguish the fire.

In general we provide the following systems design:

·       Water-Based Fire Protection Systems Design

Ø  Wet, dry, pre-action, deluge and water-mist sprinkler systems design

Ø  Hydraulic Calculation for water-based fire protection systems

·       Foam, Halon and Clean Agent, Carbon Dioxide Systems Design


 Smoke Management

Smoke management throughout a building is provided by means of active and passive smoke control. Active smoke management generally involves use of ventilation systems to control the spread of smoke. Passive smoke management generally involves the use of smoke barriers to provide compartmentation to minimize spread of smoke.

In general we provide the following design and analysis concepts for smoke management:

·       Air and smoke movement analysis

·       Compartmentation, exhaust, pressurization design & analysis.

·       Performance characteristics of alerting devices and smoke exhaust systems

·       Smoke management in large spaces (mechanical & natural venting)


Life & Fire Safety Analysis and Design

Life safety analysis is performed to ensure that the construction, protection, and occupancy features are provided to minimize the danger to life from the effects of fire.

It is important to assess the risks and potential exposures to an emergency event, fire, or hazardous material incident that could put people and property at risk.

We generally provide the following approaches to determine the necessary precautions are in place:

·       Prescriptive & Performance-Based Design and Analysis

·       ASET / RSET Analysis

·       Evacuation modeling considering

Ø Human behavior in case of fire

Ø People movement and wayfinding

Ø Toxicity and tenability analysis

Fire Modeling & Fire Dynamics

Applying fire dynamics to simulate the behavior of fire is important especially for atrium spaces, hazardous locations, and places where occupant density is high.

The innovative approach of Performance-Based Design is important where prescriptive design methods are either inapplicable or difficult to satisfy. Based on reliable assumptions which are defined in the related standards, using engineering analysis to simulate fire models gives flexilility and reliability in the application of fire protection measures.

We provide the following analyses and approaches for fire dynamics and fire modeling:

·       Design fire concept to analyze

Ø  Fire growth; formation of smoke layer and transition to flashover

Ø  Vent flows and smoke transport in building

Ø  Convective and radiation heat transfer analysis in enclosures

Ø  Burning rate

Ø  Internal & external flame spread


Smoke Detection & Fire Alarm Systems

Fire alarm system is designed to automatically detect when smoke, fire, carbon monoxide, or other emergencies are present and to warn people as soon as possible.

For fire alarm purposes, we generally provide the following approaches:

·       Airflow analysis in buildings

·       Assessment of hazard posed by smoke

·       Fire detection and alarm system evaluation

·       Performance characteristics of heat, smoke and flame detection

·       Stairwell pressurization systems and zoned smoke control systems design


Computational Methods for Fire Protection

CFD models solve the fundamental equations describing the fluid flow and heat transfer phenomena associated with fires. Using CFD models, we predict smoke and heat movement in buildings of any design.

With the advent of performance-based codes, cfd models are increasingly used in fire safety engineering.

We use CFD modeling for especially the following:

·       Zone modeling using CFAST

·       CFD modeling using FDS, Pyrosim

·       Simulation of:

Ø  Smoke transport

Ø  Internal & external fire spread

Ø  Flashover and under-ventilated fires

Ø  Thermal radiation transport

Ø  Fire detection

Ø  Sprinkler activation

·       Human egress analyses using Pathfinder, Massmotion



Fire Risk Evaluation & Assessment

We carry out fire risk assessment including measures to reduce or eliminate the risk of fire, and identify persons and premises at risk.

·       Preparation of fire risk assessment

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For Business Inquires : please contact to Talat EMEL

e-mail : talat@kiklop.com.tr

Tel : +90 533 382 9487



Kiklop Mühendislik Mimarlık
Müşavirlik ve İnşaat San. Tic. Ltd. Şti.

Gümüşsuyu Mahallesi, Miralay Şefik Bey Sokak 9/2 34437
Beyoğlu / İSTANBUL

      TEL: +(90) 212 - 243 70 95        
FAX: +(90) 212 - 243 70 96
 E-MAIL: istanbul@kiklop.com.tr




Kiklop Construction

Atatürk Mahallesi, Ataşehir Bulvarı, 
36 Ada, Plaza No:6 Ata 2-3 Blok, Kat: 3 Daire: 33
Ataşehir / İSTANBUL

TEL: +(90) 216 - 548 21 41
E-MAIL: construction@kiklop.com.tr



Prizrenska 19, Igalo, Herceg Novi

TEL: +(90) 533 770 68 83
E-MAIL: montenegro@kiklop.com.tr



Abdulla Qodiriy Street
Building No. 9 Office No. 4
Jangoh, Tashkent, Uzbekistan

E-MAIL : ozan.aktaya@kiklopdesign.com


Al Qamra, Al Sadd Commercial Bldg.
4th Floor, Office No. 412
P.O. Box 23321, Doha, Qatar

E-MAIL : ozan.aktaya@kiklopdesign.com



KIKLOP Design & Engineering and Consultancy
Absheron ray, hokmeli qes, Baki-shamakhi yolu

TEL: +(994) 51 897 0483

Ras Al Khaimah/U.A.E.

Kiklop International
RAK Authority, P.O. Box: 16111
Ras Al Khaimah / U.A.E.

E-MAIL: dubai@kiklopdesign.com

Kuwait City/Kuwait

Kiklop Suffolk International

Kuwait City Al-Soor Street
Sama Tower, 11th Floor

TEL: +965 22205899
FAX: +965 22205898
E-MAIL :info@kiklopdesign.com