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International Trading & Investment Company has awarded Sharjah-based Al-Hamad Contracting Company the main construction contract on a 20-storey-94 apartments twin-tower complex in Juffair, to be managed by US-based Marriott International. Completion is due in November 2006. Local MSCEB is the design and construction supervision consultant.
 

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Ya I have a rendering, I've red about them months ago. I'll scan it later tonight and put it here and you can add it to emporis if you can, if they allow you that is :).

More info (they are located in Juffair):

Marriot Executive Apartments

Project Name: Bahrain Executive Apartments Bahrain

Investors:

International Trading and Investment Co. W.L.L.
Consultants:

MSCETS
Cost of the Project: Not included

Area (size): Approximately 4000 sq meter

Date of completion: June 2006

Location: Juffair

Components (of project):

95 serviced apartments
Business center
Restaurant
Lounge
Health club w/ pool

Closest Landmark: Grand Mosque, Juffair
 

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Well I'll tell you what I read in the magazine:

- Client is Itico
- MSCEB is the design and supervision consultant.
- BWS is quantity surveyor.

Hope this helps.
 

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yes, it does :eek:kay:

i know msceb, they have many projects (mainly smaller ones) in bahrain
but in your last post you typed "MSCETS", so i was confused

now i can add the render! :)

EDIT: :doh: now i realize msceb was already mentioned in the short press release, ouch (too late :D )
 

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Hi, well I won't be posting as often within the next 10 days to two weeks due to work plus the fact that my laptop needs to be repaired because of a motherboard failure, and here in the UK, it's freakin hard to get a PC fixed (stupid procedures, but not the first time). Before I go, here is the latest about this, also I'd like to say welcome to our new member from Riffa :).

Enjoy and c ya later:

BD17m block planned






CONSTRUCTION of a new J W Marriott apartment block is set to start in Bahrain following a contract signing tomorrow at the Ritz-Carlton Bahrain Hotel and Resort.


The project, which is estimated to cost BD17 million, will consist of two towers each with 21 floors.


It will cover a total area of 65,000 square feet and is owned by the Bahrain-based Gulf Touristic Projects Company. J W Marriott will be responsible for running the apartments.


Gulf Touristic Projects Company chairman Shaikh Hisham bin Abdulrahman Al Khalifa said construction is due to start on May 1 and should be completed in two years.
 

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Al Hamad wins Bahrain Marriott contract
Posted: Sunday, April 17, 2005




Manama


Construction will begin on May 1 for the planned BD17 million ($45 million) Marriott Executive Apartments property in Bahrain.

The twin-tower building in the Juffair area will consist of 21 floors and 94 apartments in each of the towers. They will together offer long-stay visitors to Bahrain a choice of 188 elegantly appointed apartments ranging in size from one to three-bedroom units.

While the property will be managed by Marriott International, the project's main contractor is the Sharjah-based Al Hamad Construction and Development Company.

The project will be built on a 5,800 sq m plot and it will offer about 50,000 sq m of built up space.

Final contracts for the property were signed today by Gulf Touristic Projects chairman Sheikh Hisham bin Abdulrahman bin Mohammed Al Khalifa and Al Hamad Construction and Development Company chairman Hashaat Sahwawneh. Present at the signing ceremonies were Marriott International vice-president for Middle East and Africa Anton Najjar and director of Marriott Lodging Development Aboudi Asali.

The ceremony was also attended by the project's consultant engineer Mohammed Salahuddin and Gulf Touristic Project's legal advisor Qays Al Zou'bi.

Following the signing ceremony, Sheikh Hisham said: "We are delighted to be partnering with Marriott International on this important project to build a luxury apartments hotel. Recent efforts by Bahrain to attract international tourism are reflected by its success in hosting the Formula One Grand Prix. The Kingdom has enjoyed positive growth and expects an increase in the numbers of visitors. The introduction of Marriott Executive Apartments will play a large role in satisfying the demand for high-end quality accommodations."

In addition to accommodations, the Marriott Executive Apartments will offer a coffee shop and a resident's lounge. Recreational amenities will include a health and leisure club and an outdoor, rooftop swimming pool. Other amenities will include a business centre, room service, a shopping service, laundry and valet services, parking and a gift shop.

The upscale property is designed to meet the housing needs of business executives on long-stay assignments of 30 days or more and of family leisure travellers, said Najjar.

All apartments will be furnished according to Marriott's high standards, he said.

Al Hamad is also the main contractor for the prestigious Bahrain Financial Harbour project in the capital Manama. -TradeArabia News Service
 

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finally an ameinfo article



Construction to start on first Marriott Executive Apartments property in Bahrain

Construction will soon begin on the first Marriott Executive Apartments property in Bahrain in the Juffair District of Manama.


An artist's impression of the Marriott Executive Apartments in Bahrain.
Costing BD 17 million, the twin-towered building is set to redraw Juffair's skyline. Each tower will consist of 21 floors and 94 apartments, offering long-stay visitors to Manama a choice of 188 elegantly appointed apartments ranging in size from one to three-bedroom units. When completed in 2007, the property will be managed by Marriott International (NYSE:MAR).

The project, which will be built on a 65,000 square foot piece of land approximately five kilometers from the city center and 10 kilometers from Bahrain International
Airport, near Al Fateh Highway. Bahrain's landmark Al Fateh mosque is nearby.

Final contracts for the property were signed today by Gulf Touristic Projects W.L.L. Chairman Sheikh Hisham bin Abdulrahman bin Mohammed Al Khalifa and Al Hamad Construction and Development Company Chairman Hashaat Sahwawneh. Present at the signing ceremonies were Marriott International Vice President for Middle East & Africa Anton Najjar and Director of Marriott Lodging Development Aboudi Asali. The ceremony was also attended by the project's consultant engineer Mohammed Salahuddin and Gulf Touristic Project's legal advisor Qays Al Zou'bi.

Following the signing ceremony Sheikh Hisham bin Abdulrahman bin Mohammed Al Khalifa said: 'We are delighted to be partnering with Marriott International on this important project to build a luxury apartments hotel. Recent efforts by Bahrain to attract international tourism are reflected by its recent success in attaining the rights to annually host a Formula One Grand Prix event. The Kingdom has enjoyed positive growth and expects an increase in the numbers of visitors. The introduction of Marriott Executive Apartments will play a large role in satisfying the demand for high-end quality accommodations.'

In addition to accommodations, the Bahrain Marriott Executive Apartments will offer a coffee shop and a resident's lounge. Recreational amenities will include a health and leisure club and an outdoor, rooftop swimming pool. Other amenities will include a business center, room service, a shopping service, laundry and valet services, parking and a gift shop.

The upscale Marriott Executive Apartments is designed to meet the housing needs of business executives on long-stay assignments of 30 days or more and for family leisure travelers.

Marriott International will also overlook the construction process. This, however, will be done in accordance to Islamic laws in order to offer a suitable atmosphere for family tourism Sheikh Hisham said. Additionally, all apartments will be furnished according to Marriott's high standards and reservations will be able to be made through the internet, redefining family tourism in Bahrain.

Sheikh Hisham noted that Al Hamad Construction Company, which will be the main contractor of the project, is the company that is also constructing the Bahrain Financial Harbour, while the consultant engineer, Mohammed Salahuddin, is one of the most prominent and reputable engineering and consultancy companies in the region.

Finally, Sheikh Hisham stressed that the general economic environment is Bahrain helps develop such ambitious projects. He added that this would not be possible without the reforms put forth by His Majesty The King who has succeeded in providing peace and prosperity for all; the work of H.H. the Prime Minister who has promoted and attracted investments by providing an attractive environment and H.H. the Crown Prince who allows economic growth to take its right and proper path. Therefore, he concluded, Marriott Executive Apartments comes as a product of this prosperity in which Bahrain is living.

In a recent statement, Ed Fuller, President and Managing Director for international lodging at Marriott International said: 'We are excited to see our Executive Apartments brand expand in the Middle East. Bahrain is a multi-faceted destination with a strong, diverse economy that offers a wealth of business and tourism related activities. With its large expatriate community, we are certain that our Marriott Executive Apartments brand will be very appealing and successful in Bahrain.'

Marriott Executive Apartments are currently located in Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai, Budapest, Prague, Mumbai, Brussels, Tokyo, Dubai, Bangkok, Sao Paulo and London. Future Marriott Executive Apartments will open in Shanghai, Dubai, Doha and Seoul.
 

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I was reading the GDN today, and they showed and talked about it.

Here is the article from their website:

BD17m Marriott project on way


By REBECCA TORR

MANAMA

CONSTRUCTION will start next month on the first Marriott Executive Apartments to be built in Bahrain, officials announced yesterday.

The BD17 million building will consist of two towers, each with 21 floors and 94 five-star luxury apartments, offering long-stay visitors a choice of 188 apartments ranging from one to three-bedroom units.

The project will be built on a 65,000 square foot piece of land in Juffair.

It will be situated approximately 10km from Bahrain International Airport.

Final contracts for the property were signed yesterday by Gulf Touristic Projects chairman Shaikh Hisham bin Abdulrahman Al Khalifa and Al Hamad Construction and Development Company chairman Nashaat Sahwawneh.

Present at the signing ceremony were Marriott International Middle East and Africa vice-president Anton Najjar and Marriott Lodging Development director Aboudi Asali and Gulf Touristic Projects deputy chairman Rashad Janahi.

The ceremony was also attended by the project's consultant engineer Mohammed Salahuddin and Gulf Touristic Project's legal adviser Qays Al Zou'bi.

"We are delighted to be partnering with Marriott International on this important project," said Shaikh Hisham at a signing ceremony and Press conference, which was held yesterday at the Ritz-Carlton Bahrain Hotel and Spa.

"The introduction of Marriott Executive Apartments will play a large role in satisfying the demand for high-end quality accommodation."

Construction work will begin on May 1 and is expected to be completed by December 2006.

It will have 32 three-bed apartments, 96 two-bed apartments and 60 one-bed apartments. It will also provide a gift shop, a coffee shop and a business centre with Internet facilities as well as basement parking for 185 vehicles.

Other facilities include room service, laundry and valet services.

Recreational amenities will include a health and leisure club, children's play area and a lounge on the 20th floor and an outdoor, rooftop swimming pool.

Marriott Executive Apartments are designed to meet the housing needs of business executives on long-stay assignments of 30 days or more and for family leisure travellers.

"It allows people to live in an apartment environment with hotel services," said Mr Najjar. "It offers business services in the apartment and public areas, it also has a restaurant."

The property is owned by Gulf Touristic Projects WLL and the main contractor is Al Hamad Construction and Development Company, who is also the company that is constructing the Bahrain Financial Harbour.

The property will be managed by Marriott International, which will also overlook the construction process.

It will be done in accordance with Islamic laws in order to offer a suitable atmosphere for family tourism.

Marriott Executive Apartments are also located in Dubai, Bangkok, Beijing, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Budapest, Prague, Bombay, Brussels, Tokyo, Sao Paulo and London.
 

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I really dont like the design. Marriot is set to open up for business in Qatar right about the same time it does in bahrain. Looks like they are coming strong into the middle east.
 

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I think these buildings will fit just fine in Juffair, the perfect place for them. They won't fit properly say in seef or downtown.
 
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