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A team of the US’ Montgomery Watson Harza (MWH) and the local Arabtech Jardaneh has been awarded the infrastructure package for the first phase of the estimated $700 million Ayla Oasis project in Aqaba (MEED 15:7:05). The Ayla development will be built on 4.3 million square metres of land, close to the border with Israel, and will involve the construction of five hotels, 3,000 residences, a marina village, an artificial lagoon and an 18-hole golf course. The development is split into three four-year phases. The masterplan was drawn up by the US’ EDSA. The developer is Ayla Oasis Development Company, which is owned by Saudi Arabia’s Arab Supply & Trading Establishment (ASTRA).