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Old August 17th, 2008, 11:58 PM   #81
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MIDOUN RESIDENTIAL PROJECT


The project is located in the tourist area of Jerba at a score of km of l' airport of Djerba-Zarzis, between two tourist roads with to 30 km of Zarzis. Two exit points of l' island are in the vicinity, as well the Roman road, as the vat with the jorf.

Residence of 25 villas of high standing AGHIR on l' Island of Jerba.
















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Old August 26th, 2008, 10:45 PM   #82
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SFAX CITY CENTER



OLIVIA MIXED-USE SFAX




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Old August 26th, 2008, 10:51 PM   #83
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RFR Updates :


Development of the network between 2007 and 2020 is expected to cost around 3·2bn dinars, and the government hopes that much of the funding can be obtained in the form of soft loans. It has approached JBIC to help fund the civil engineering work, tracklaying, electrification and signalling, plus the purchase of a fleet of double-deck trains. By far the biggest single element would be the purchase of a fleet of 55 trainsets, each formed of two five-car EMUs

Hyundai Rotem's XG EMU offers passenger convenience by providing 4 different types interior design (Urban type, Intercity type, Enhanced ride quality & easy access for the physically impaired person, Folding seat type), and each component of XG EMU reduces the "total life cycle cost" of the vehicle by reducing the maintenance costs.


The Chosen Model is the newest XG EMU




Specifications:

Max. Speed : 80 km/h
Traction Motor: 210kW, AC motor
Permanent connection of parallel


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RFR station



Map of the planned RFR network include the tram,s extensions.




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http://www.rotem.co.kr/eng/main_html...?url="2-2-1-M"

http://rotem.co.kr/cyber/public/pdf/...F%B5%B9%AE.pdf

These are the new RFR XG EMUs already in service in Rio de Janeiro , Brasil.


* pictures found in the Brazilian transporation thread .

interior


Anteparos laterais


interior



painel eletrônico


Assento 2 passageiros


Assento 3 passageiros + cesto de lixo


Assentos 4 passageiros (back to back)


Assento 2 e 4 passageiros


Luminárias e pega-mão


Detallhe pega-mão


Conexão entre carros


Anteparo + cesto de lixo


Fotos da parte externa







Hand-controllers

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Old August 28th, 2008, 03:12 PM   #84
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TUNIS SPORT CITY ECO TOWER







_project Name: The Eco Tower

_location: Tunisia

_brief: The client for this project wanted it to have a positive impact on the environment and to demonstrate Tunisia's inclusion in 21st century ecological awareness. As a city centre tower it has to make a solid statement.

_considerations: We had to house every modern convenience for daily living whilst utilizing every energy saving device we could physically incorporate into the overall design.

_response: A zero carbon footprint was achieved using every passive cooling and power generating tool available to create the perfect environmentally green building. Scheduled for completion in 2011.
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Old August 28th, 2008, 03:13 PM   #85
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Old September 12th, 2008, 07:49 PM   #86
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TUNIS, Sept 12 (KUNA) -- Sama Dubai is set to launch the first stage of the mammoth project of Mediterranean Gate City in Tunisia soon, as the government here has okayed the project's main plan, the company's executive chairman said here late Thursday.

Farhat Faraidooni made the announcement at a joint news conference with Tunisian Minister of Development and International Cooperation Mohamed Nouri Jouini on the occasion of launching the main plan of the project.



The conference was attended by a constellation of senior Tunisian officials and key investors in the Mediterranean Gate or Century City project.
Approved by the Tunisian government in July, the project is a joint investment venture between Sama Dubai, the international investment arm of Dubai Holding, and the Tunisian government, Faraidooni said.

The first stage of the project will take from four to five years to complete.
Costing over one billion US dollars, the first stage involves the construction of 16 towers on an area of 470,000 meters, he added.



To be launched by the end of this year, the project is expected to provide around 50,000 jobs.

Swift progress in infrastructure works, which have been underway since December 2007, will contribute to the completion of the 14 stages of the project as scheduled by 2030, he noted.

The project will be a fresh impetus to the Tunisian national economy, he said, expecting the mega project to attract some 100,000 visitors daily.
The project will include the building of economic, technological, tourist, media, sports and curative facilities, Faraidooni said.
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Old September 12th, 2008, 08:36 PM   #87
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CITE DE LA CULTURE - PHASE 1









NEW HEADOFFICE OF A LOCAL BANK




COMMERCIAL CENTERS TUNIS




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Old September 14th, 2008, 10:00 PM   #88
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TUNIS, Sept 12 (Reuters) - Sama Dubai, the property unit of Dubai Holding, has begun work on Tunisia's biggest investment project, a $25 billion real estate development expected to create 350,000 jobs, a senior executive said.



Companies from the oil-rich Gulf region have unveiled a series of ambitious real estate and tourism developments in north Africa, but many have been slow to get off the ground.

"Today we announce the start of work on the first stage of the "Mediterranean Gate" project which includes 16 buildings worth $1 billion," Executive Chairman Farhan Faraidooni said late on Thursday.

Sama Dubai's luxury development north of Tunis will include apartments, theatres, cinemas, offices and exclusive hotels over 837 hectares (2,092 acres). Last year, company officials estimated the project's value at $14 billion.


"The project will be beneficial for the Tunisian economy as it will support its competitiveness and be beneficial for us too as the Tunisian market is promising and able to lure other investments from Europe," Faraidooni said.

Tunisia is trying to match Morocco's success in luring Arab Gulf petrodollars into high-profile tourism and real estate projects.

The north African country has struggled to lure more investment and accelerate economic growth to levels at which 88,000 youngsters entering the job market every year can find work.

Sama Dubai's Tunis project will create 350,000 jobs, Faraidooni said.

Mohamed Nouri Jouini, Tunisia's Minister of Development and Cooperation, said: "Tunisia plans to create 1 million jobs over the next decade. This project will help us reach our goals and will also contribute to the improvement of revenue per capita." (Reporting by Tarek Amara; Editing by David Holmes)

The Masterplan :

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Old September 26th, 2008, 06:07 AM   #89
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Good work tounsi on all the updates .. very exciting developments going on..

Do you know who the contractors are for any of the larger projects? "Med Gate", "Bled El Ward".
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Good work tounsi on all the updates .. very exciting developments going on..

Do you know who the contractors are for any of the larger projects? "Med Gate", "Bled El Ward".

Med Gate : for the ground works it s Chaabane Cie.

bled El ward : Nothing yet
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New ENFIDHA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT CONSTRUCTION UPDATES



by Nalan Bayar (facebook)

the control tower ( 60m)

by Jihenne Saoudi (facebook)










by Dogan Bilgin OZ (facebook)
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Old September 29th, 2008, 06:36 PM   #92
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TUNIS, Sept 12 (Reuters) - Sama Dubai, the property unit of Dubai Holding, has begun work on Tunisia's biggest investment project, a $25 billion real estate development expected to create 350,000 jobs, a senior executive said.



Companies from the oil-rich Gulf region have unveiled a series of ambitious real estate and tourism developments in north Africa, but many have been slow to get off the ground.

"Today we announce the start of work on the first stage of the "Mediterranean Gate" project which includes 16 buildings worth $1 billion," Executive Chairman Farhan Faraidooni said late on Thursday.

Sama Dubai's luxury development north of Tunis will include apartments, theatres, cinemas, offices and exclusive hotels over 837 hectares (2,092 acres). Last year, company officials estimated the project's value at $14 billion.


"The project will be beneficial for the Tunisian economy as it will support its competitiveness and be beneficial for us too as the Tunisian market is promising and able to lure other investments from Europe," Faraidooni said.

Tunisia is trying to match Morocco's success in luring Arab Gulf petrodollars into high-profile tourism and real estate projects.

The north African country has struggled to lure more investment and accelerate economic growth to levels at which 88,000 youngsters entering the job market every year can find work.

Sama Dubai's Tunis project will create 350,000 jobs, Faraidooni said.

Mohamed Nouri Jouini, Tunisia's Minister of Development and Cooperation, said: "Tunisia plans to create 1 million jobs over the next decade. This project will help us reach our goals and will also contribute to the improvement of revenue per capita." (Reporting by Tarek Amara; Editing by David Holmes)

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CONSTRUCTION UPDATES


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Old September 30th, 2008, 07:12 PM   #93
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Status : Ground work
Website:http://www.el-wifek.com/
Completion date : N/A

Le complexe de Carthage Towers se situe aux Berges du Lac nord de Tunis, offrant des vues panoramiques d’une beauté exceptionnelle sur le Lac de Tunis et sur les collines du Carthage et de Sidi Bou Said.
Il est intégré dans une cité équipée d’un jardin commun et avoisinant un immense terrain de Golf de 18 Tours non loin du célèbre port punique de Carthage Byrsa.

D’une architecture raffinée, il offre un cadre de vie unique avec des appartements fonctionnels, de très haut standing et intégrant des installations et des matériaux de haute gamme.

Ce complexe relève d’un choix stratégique car il se situe dans un site promu pour abriter des projets de grand standing de complexe immobiliers et commerciaux et une cité sportive.








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Status :Under construction
Location : Sousse Downtown
Date : End 2009




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TUNIS, Sept 12 (Reuters) - Sama Dubai, the property unit of Dubai Holding, has begun work on Tunisia's biggest investment project, a $25 billion real estate development expected to create 350,000 jobs, a senior executive said.



Companies from the oil-rich Gulf region have unveiled a series of ambitious real estate and tourism developments in north Africa, but many have been slow to get off the ground.

"Today we announce the start of work on the first stage of the "Mediterranean Gate" project which includes 16 buildings worth $1 billion," Executive Chairman Farhan Faraidooni said late on Thursday.

Sama Dubai's luxury development north of Tunis will include apartments, theatres, cinemas, offices and exclusive hotels over 837 hectares (2,092 acres). Last year, company officials estimated the project's value at $14 billion.


"The project will be beneficial for the Tunisian economy as it will support its competitiveness and be beneficial for us too as the Tunisian market is promising and able to lure other investments from Europe," Faraidooni said.

Tunisia is trying to match Morocco's success in luring Arab Gulf petrodollars into high-profile tourism and real estate projects.

The north African country has struggled to lure more investment and accelerate economic growth to levels at which 88,000 youngsters entering the job market every year can find work.

Sama Dubai's Tunis project will create 350,000 jobs, Faraidooni said.

Mohamed Nouri Jouini, Tunisia's Minister of Development and Cooperation, said: "Tunisia plans to create 1 million jobs over the next decade. This project will help us reach our goals and will also contribute to the improvement of revenue per capita." (Reporting by Tarek Amara; Editing by David Holmes)

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THE OFFICIAL WEBSITE :


http://www.mediterraneangate.com/
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Old October 1st, 2008, 10:59 PM   #96
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very nice projects, beautiful.
hope to visit soon Tunisia.
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very nice projects, beautiful.
hope to visit soon Tunisia.
You are more than welcome
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Tunis Rades Bridge > construction updates .





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Med Gate : for the ground works it s Chaabane Cie.

bled El ward : Nothing yet

Thanks for that bro. if you can, please let me know if you find out any more about the contractors, i'm interested in going back to tunis to work there..
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Thanks for that bro. if you can, please let me know if you find out any more about the contractors, i'm interested in going back to tunis to work there..

For whom ? El Maabar... just so you know they are recruiting at this moment check the tunisian thread African section you will find more details
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