Company Overview

Our buildings are produced with expertise, attention to detail and sensitivity to the needs of our clients and the environment. We engineer energy efficient solutions and encourage our clients to use sustainable materials where possible.

We provide a comprehensive range of design and project-management services in the fields of architecture, interior design, landscaping and civil, structural and building services engineering, and advises clients in the commercial, medical, residential, industrial, recreational and educational sectors.

Our dedicated team have an excellent understanding and knowledge of construction technology in the Indian sub-continent and our network of consultants means that we can provide a single point service for all requirements, from initial feasibility studies to full project management through quality planning and design. 

MDM has completed projects for British Business Group (Village Transformation Project), the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (Core Shelters Project), the Australian, British and Canadian High Commissions in Dhaka, as well as for DFID, Médecins Sans Frontières, and international conglomerates such as Shell and HSBC, amongst many others.

Sustainability policy


As the only Architectural practice in Bangladesh that conforms to international building standards both in its design and construction methodologies, we are committed to sustainability in its broadest interpretation.

The three pillars of sustainability – economic prosperity, environmental protection and social justice – have an impact across all sectors of development in Bangladesh including rapid urban development, energy and water consumption, and adaptation to climate change 

In Bangladesh we are at the epicentre of the sustainability learning curve: Dhaka being the fastest growing city in the world has put tremendous pressure on housing, energy and water resources.

Climate change effects can be felt annually with floods and cyclones a regular feature of the weather pattern. Global warming will bring severe consequences for most of the 160 million people of Bangladesh; with a rise in sea level of up to one meter, by the turn of the next century, up to 20% of land area will be underwater. More than ten million people will immediately be affected. Forests, agriculture, infrastructure, coastal aquaculture, flora and fauna would be severely damaged.

We strive to educate our clients in the benefits of sustainable development, whilst ensuring that the project we deliver achievesour clients requirements of the building we leave them to enjoy.

We are member of both LEED and Green building council.

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  • Australian High Commission
  • American International School (AIS), Dhaka, Bangladesh
  • British American Tobacco Bangladesh
  • British Business Group (BBG)
  • British Council
  • British High Commission
  • Canadian High Commission
  • Department For International development, United Kingdom (DFID, UK)
  • Grace International School Dhaka Bangladesh
  • Hotel Lakeshore, Dhaka
  • Hotel Westin, Dhaka
  • HSBC Bangladesh
  • International Federation of Red Cross
  • International Hospital Group (IHG), UK
  • JK Group
  • Medecins Sans Frontieres
  • Pacific Jeans
  • Under Privileged Children Education Program (UCEP), Dhaka, Bangladesh
  • United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE)