Top 5 GCC won contracts for September 2016

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  1. Top 5 GCC won contracts for September 2016

    Top 5 GCC won contracts for September 2016

    Maryah Plaza in Abu Dhabi – Al Fara’a

Farglory Middle East , developer from Taiwan delegated Abu Dhabi-based civil construction firm, Al Fara’a Group, as the prime contractor for the Maryah Plaza venture.

This is the first ever Middle East project of Pritzker prize-winning architect Lord Richard Rogers. With the four-tower structure’s final design now in place, work is in progress at development site.

Located at the waterfront in Al Maryah Island’s new financial free zone, Maryah Plaza will have four towers, which will house extravagant flats.

 

  1. Qatar Foundation football stadium – J&P Qatar WLL, Conspel Qatar WLL, J&P-Avax SA, and J&P (Overseas) Ltd

Qatar’s Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy (SC) has chosen the primary contractor for the Qatar Foundation Stadium.

The agreement has been granted to a joint endeavor (JV) between Conspel Qatar WLL, J&P Qatar WLL,  J&P-Avax SA, and J&P (Overseas) Ltd.

Situated in Doha’s Education City, the stadium is set to finish before the end of 2019. The venue will have stuff up to the quarter-last of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

ASTAD Project Management will be in charge of managing the project, construction, and development supervision of the task.

 

  1. Nad Al Sheba villas – Square General Contracting Co.

Dubai based developer Nakheel has marked an agreement worth $51m or 188 million dirham for the development of 133 homes at Nad Al Sheba, its new top of the line private community, highlighting 1,572 estates and a 11 hectare shopping center.

Nakheel has granted Dubai-based Square General Contracting Co. to construct the manors in the fourth and last construction package, which brings the overall contract worth to almost $707m or 2.6 billion dirham.

The declaration takes after news that Nakheel is adding a 11 hectare shopping center to the master community, which is quickly ascending along Dubai’s Sheik Mohammed Bin Zayed Road.

A development tender for Nad Al Sheba Mall is relied upon to be discharged before the end of 2016.

 

  1. Emaar’s The Tower – BMT Fluid Mechanics

UK firm BMT Fluid Mechanics has won a consultancy contract at Emaar Properties’ The Tower located at Dubai Creek Harbor.

The firm, which belongs under the BMT Group, will work as the megaproject’s wind engineering consultant.

The most recent contract was granted by Aurecon, which was itself chosen by Santiago Calatrava, designer of the Tower at Dubai Creek Harbour, as the architect and engineer of record for the undertaking.

Once finished, the high rise will be roughly 100m taller than Dubai’s Burj Khalifa, another Emaar venture that, at 828 meter, holds the present world record for tallest structure made by man.

 

  1. City Centre Ajman expansion – Khansaheb

Khansaheb wins $105m shopping center development contract from Majid Al Futtaim

The company has been granted a $105m or 387 million dirham contract to overhauland expand Majid Al Futtaim’s City Center Ajman.

Khansaheb, Interserve’s development partner business in the UAE, will likewise construct another 2,400-limit auto park as a major aspect of the agreement.

The City Center Ajman contract incorporates the establishment of extra mechanical and electrical systems to serve the extended shopping center.

The task will include the formation of new walkways, workplaces, food courts, and a kids’ entertainment venue. Khansaheb will likewise direct outdoor landscape work and reconfigure the shopping center’s access roads.

 

Mohamed Dekkak

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