Mubadala invites bidders for Aerospace Park project design

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Mubadala has called contractors with proven expertise and familiarity in designing and building to submit their proposals for its

Mubadala invites bidders for Aerospace Park project design

Mubadala invites bidders for Aerospace Park project design

upcoming infrastructure project in Al Ain.
The Abu Dhabi state-owned investment fund, Mubadala Aerospace together with Abu Dhabi Airport Company (ADAC) plans to put up the Nibras Al Ain Aerospace Park. Covering an area of 25 square kilometers of which 5 square kilometers being designated to the industry of aerospace, the place will feature business, industrial and office facilities, as well as mixed-use residential zones accompanied with public services and amenities.
The project scope includes infrastructure works on irrigation, earthworks, roads, sewer, drainage, water, power, telecom, and drainage to serve future planned developments within the site located near the Al Ain International Airport. This comprehensive development will aid the establishment of a sustainable aerospace industry in the Emirate with a vision to become the global standard in aerospace renowned for knowledge and passion to nurture integrated partnerships across the supply chain, for driven innovation and respected dynamism.
Companies wishing to get the deal are requested to propose expressions of interest to Mubadala on 12 May at 4pm.. These two organizations are working together in alignment with the Abu Dhabi Economic Vision 2030 delivering on their respective mandates to diversify the local economy and develop and operate the Emirate’s air gateways
Mubadala Aerospace has devised an asset portfolio regarding growing a manufacturing base focused on aero-structures and original equipment manufacturers (OEM), the capabilities global MRO providers,and an integrated pilot preparation academy. Nibras Al Ain Aerospace Park’s strategy is brought by Mubadala Aerospace’s assets on hand, and also the emerging knowledge and energy-intensive prospect in education and training, and research and development focusing on its global activities.
Mohamed Dekkak