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Old December 4th, 2010, 07:19 AM   #41
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ABU DHABI | Central Market | 382m | 1253ft | 88 fl | U/C





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ABU DHABI | The Landmark | 324m | 1063ft | 72 fl | T/O

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ABU DHABI | Etihad Towers (5 towers) | 218m - 305m | 715ft - 1001ft | 56-79 fl | T/O
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Etihad Towers (5 towers) | 218m - 305m | 715ft - 1001ft | 56-79 fl

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Old April 6th, 2011, 12:45 PM   #46
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Leighton Wins AED400 Million Contract To Build Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank HQ
4 April 2011

MELBOURNE -(Dow Jones)- Australian construction company Leighton Holdings Ltd. (LEI.ASX) said Monday its part-owned Middle East arm, Al Habtoor Leighton Group, had been awarded an AED400 million contract to build Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank's new headquarters.

The project, in the United Arab Emirates capital, is due to begin immediately and be completed within 18 months, the company said in a statement.

"This latest contract award adds to our work in hand in the UAE capital and we look forward to working with the Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank to deliver their new headquarters on Old Airport Road," said Laurie Voyer, Al Habtoor Leighton Group's chief executive.

Leighton Holdings owns 45% of Al Habtoor Leighton Group.

The company is currently working on several projects in Abu Dhabi, including the Capital Gate tower, Zayed University and the Arzanah Medical Complex.
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Old April 6th, 2011, 01:53 PM   #47
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Old April 6th, 2011, 07:46 PM   #48
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Why are you posting stuff that already have dedicated threads in the World Development News Forums here again? The same content has been posted already in the very same section.
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Old April 6th, 2011, 11:17 PM   #49
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Sorouh Real Estate Company, the Abu Dhabi-based real estate developer, has started a phased handover to owners of their new homes in Sun and Sky towers, part of Sorouh’s Shams Gate District on Al Reem Island.

Sorouh’s Customer Service team has informed a number of customers that their homes are ready for possession, pending final settlement of the outstanding portion on their overall payment. Once they have finalised payment, they will be handed the keys to their units as well as a detailed information pack on the development.

As Sorouh hands over units it will start recognising revenue on the project. Once all units have been handed over, Sorouh will have recognised in the region of Dhs2.3bn in revenue.

The Sun and Sky towers are Abu Dhabi’s first Strata-compliant structures, and Sorouh has already started the process of educating owners about their rights and responsibilities under Strata via seminars and information on its website.

In a first for Abu Dhabi, Sorouh has also signed leading upmarket supermarket chain, Waitrose, to be the anchor tenant of the retail podium, BOUTIK, which is rapidly moving towards completion, on track for opening in the second half of this year. The Waitrose deal represents the first move into Abu Dhabi for the upmarket retailer. Some 70% of the tenant agreements for BOUTIK have already been signed.

Sun and Sky towers are landmark projects both for Sorouh and for the city, as they are also the first ‘Grade A’ buildings to be delivered in Abu Dhabi’s new investment zone on Al Reem Island. The 74-storey Sky Tower and 65-Storey Sun Tower are the two tallest buildings in the Shams Gate District, a cluster of eight towers located at the entrance of Shams Abu Dhabi on Al Reem Island, and the highest completed buildings in Abu Dhabi. The two towers represent a new style of living in the capital, and comprise a mixture of commercial and residential space, creating the perfect mix for people living and working in the towers.

Both towers feature one, two, three and four bedroom apartments and penthouses with panoramic views of the Arabian Gulf and Abu Dhabi skyline. Sky Tower has 474 residential units and 800,000 square feet of commercial office space. Sun Tower will accommodate 680 residential units. There are 10 penthouses between the two properties, bringing the total number of units to 1,154.

The towers offer a range of quality amenities. They are joined by the Podium, which houses a shopping mall, three gymnasia, including a Ladies-Only facility, cafés and restaurants. The open-air leisure deck above the podium offers three swimming pools, a Jacuzzi, tennis courts, a yoga lawn and children’s playing areas.

HE Saeed Eid Al Ghafli, Chairman, Sorouh, said:

“This is a very important moment for Abu Dhabi as it marks the first delivery to customers of their homes on Al Reem Island. For Sorouh, it represents an important milestone in the Company’s five year history. Sun and Sky represent Sorouh’s commitment to execute and deliver successful projects. We are confident that our customers will be pleased with the quality of the development.

“In 2011, we will deliver a number of projects that will generate significant cash for the business and profits for shareholders.

“We would like to thank our customers for their continued support. I would also like to reiterate the commitment of Sorouh to delivering our projects under development and those currently in planning in Abu Dhabi, as we work towards the fulfilment of Plan Abu Dhabi 2030 and the greater economic vision of the Emirate.”
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Tameer Towers | 300m | 984ft | 73 fl | U/C

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Hello, you haven't answered my question on why you're double-posting content from a dedicated project thread in this section.

ABU DHABI | Tameer Towers | 300m | 984ft | 73 fl | U/C

I don't see the need at all for this type of duplication in the same construction and development section.
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HLG wins $109m contract to build Abu Dhabi bank HQ
by Elizabeth Broomhall on Apr 4, 2011
http://www.constructionweekonline.co...dhabi-bank-hq/

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The HQ buildings are the latest win for HLG, which is also
working on the Capital Gate tower and Zayed University.


Dubai based construction firm Al Habtoor Leighton Group (HLG) has been awarded an AED400m (US$109m) project to build Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank’s new headquarters.

The project, which will be located in the UAE capital, will begin immediately with a view to completion within 18 months.

HLG will be responsible for the construction of two towers - each including four levels of basement parking, a ground floor, a mezzanine level and 12 upper floors.

A section of the ground floor will house the Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank’s flagship retail branch, with the remaining floor area built to house additional retail tenants.
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HLG wins $109m contract to build Abu Dhabi bank HQ
by Elizabeth Broomhall on Apr 4, 2011
http://www.constructionweekonline.co...dhabi-bank-hq/

The HQ buildings are the latest win for HLG, which is also
working on the Capital Gate tower and Zayed University.


Dubai based construction firm Al Habtoor Leighton Group (HLG) has been awarded an AED400m (US$109m) project to build Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank’s new headquarters.

The project, which will be located in the UAE capital, will begin immediately with a view to completion within 18 months.

HLG will be responsible for the construction of two towers - each including four levels of basement parking, a ground floor, a mezzanine level and 12 upper floors.

A section of the ground floor will house the Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank’s flagship retail branch, with the remaining floor area built to house additional retail tenants.
This news was already posted above in #47.
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Old April 7th, 2011, 07:09 AM   #55
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Major progress on $817m Bawabat Al Sharq project
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The Bawabat Al Sharq project, the $817m mixed-use development in Bani Yas City.

The three contractors working on the Bawabat Al Sharq project, the $817million mixed-use development in Bani Yas City, are reporting significant progress on the project.

The contractors are Al Jaber Group, responsible for the infrastructure works, Bauer International LLC, responsible for the soil improvement, and Royal International Construction LLC (RIC), the main contractor for phase II.

Al Jaber Group has finished 75% of the roads embankment of Phase I, 25% of the stormwater and sewage networks, 50% of the external electricity and 25% of the mall’s external parking area.
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24 Jul 2011
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Mideast's longest tunnel to open this year

The Middle East's longest traffic tunnel currently under construction in Abu Dhabi city will be ready for official inauguration at the end of 2011, nearly a year behind schedule because of technical and topographical obstacles.

More than 90 per cent of the Dh5 billion Al Salam tunnel venture has been completed since it was launched more than three years ago as one of the largest road construction projects ever to be carried out in the UAE.

"The project will be completed before the end of 2011 and it will be open for traffic in both directions," the semi official daily Alittihad said, quoting sources at the Abu Dhabi Municipality, which is overseeing the project.

It said several partial roads had already been opened for traffic inside the capital and streets leading to its outskirts towards the northern emirates.

"Some obstacles and difficulties have faced the project and that is why there is a delay in its inauguration," one source said. "These include technical problems and topographical and geographical obstacles which are normal given the fact that is a huge project and delays have to be expected."

According to a municipality statement, the road could have a capacity of 12,000 moving cars per hour in both directions once it becomes fully operational.

Officials cited such hurdles as a large network of power and water cables and pipes, which they said had to be avoided during the construction process.

"Another factor is that the tunnel passes under a densely populated area...this means it is being constructed in a difficult topographical environment....but a large part of the project has already been finished and it will be ready by the end of the year...it will largely ease traffic congestion in the city," an official said.

South Korea's Samsung Construction is carrying out the project, which will also link the mainland to the nearby Reem Island, where at least 100,000 inhabitants will live. The causeway to the island has already been completed.

More than 2,000 workers have been involved in the construction of the three-km tunnel, which starts from the eastern entrance of Abu Dhabi city and runs under Alsalam street towards Port Zayed on the western tip of the capital.

Around two kilometres of the tunnel would be embedded nearly 15 metres underground while the rest would be open and near the surface level.

Officials said the tunnel is part of a long-term blueprint by Abu Dhabi to expand its inhabited areas and road networks to cope with a sharp rise in the population, which officials expect to nearly triple in the next 20 years.

"The project is vital for the Capital's development plans in the long term as it is intended to cope with the expected large increase in the population and traffic," said Jumma Al Junaibi, the Municipality's Director General.

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