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Infrastructure Construction Project - Dubai Creek Harbour Development
A mere 15 minutes drive from Dubai International Airport and 10 minutes from Downtown Dubai, yet Dubai Creek Harbour feels a world away. Here, serene plazas neatly blend into lush parklands and landscaped promenades. The glistening waterfront and canals invite you to sit back and soak up the vibrant atmosphere. This project involves construction of infrastructure, including roads, bridges, drainage, utilities and marine works for a site at the Dubai Creek Harbour development, located on the banks of Dubai Creek in Ras al-Khor area. The contract also includes managing design and other facets of the scheme such as waste management, for which contractors are likely to hire external consultants and sub-contractors. It was initially expected that Emaar would award a much larger contract, estimated to be worth AED4-5bn, for the whole development. These plans have been scaled back with the first infrastructure works focusing on the Island District. Situated in the Ras al-Khor area of Dubai, the Dubai Creek Harbour development will be home to the worlds tallest building, known as The Tower at Dubai Creek Harbour, other residential towers, and a vast retail focus that could be the world's biggest. Emaar selected contractual workers to provide pre-construction services for the tall tower. It has also appointed contractors for the construction of various residential towers. Creekside 18 residences is a two-tower apartment complex that is situated in the Island district of the Dubai Creek Harbour project. It consists of 480 residential units with one, two and three bedroom apartments. Client has invited selected contractors to submit bids for the main contract. Names of companies have not been disclosed. A joint venture led by a local contractor has been awarded an estimated AED750m ($204m) contract to complete infrastructure at Dubai Creek Harbour.The contract has a target completion date of December 2019.