Emaar receives revised offers for Dubai Creek Harbour infrastructure

24 January 2017

Construction work includes roads, bridges, drainage, utilities and marine work

Local developer Emaar Properties has received revised offers from selected contractors for the contract to build infrastructure at the Dubai Creek Harbour development.

The contract, for which bids were originally submitted in December last year, which has a target completion date of December 2019, includes roads, bridges, drainage, utilities and marine works for the Dubai Creek Harbour site, which is located on the banks of Dubai Creek in the Ras al-Khor area.

The contract also includes managing the design and other facets of the project such as waste management, for which contractors are likely to hire external consultants and subcontractors.

The consultant for the infrastructure is US-based Parsons. The programme manager for the development is UK-based Faithful+Gould.

Contractors are also competing for the contract to build the world’s tallest tower on the Dubai Creek Harbour site. A large retail district and residential towers are also planned for Dubai Creek Harbour, which is being developed by a joint venture of Emaar Properties and Dubai Holding.

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