Dubai-based Nakheel has floated new tenders for work on two of its real estate projects in the emirate.

The first tender involves a project to expand the Jebel Ali Club, which is located in Jebel Ali Village. The scope of work includes construction of restaurant buildings with associated landscape, infrastructure and parking lots. The deadline for submitting bids is 20 May.

A second tender is for the construction of a retail centre at the Al-Furjan development. The scheme consists of 23 retail units, 10 food and beverage outlets, as well as a 3,000-square-metre anchor unit on the ground floor level. The site has a total area of 30,545 sq m, with a total built-up area of 10,968 sq m. Bids for the second tender must also be submitted by 20 May.

Nakheel is also seeking bidders for a tender for infrastructure packages 8, 9, and 10 for phase two of the Al-Furjan project. The scope of work includes internal roads with signage and markings, street lighting, medium-voltage and low-voltage power network, main irrigation network, sewer and potable water network with pump stations, fire fighting network and pump station, and civil works for the gas network. The deadline for submitting bids for the third tender is 7 May.

Last week, the developer awarded AED28m ($7.6m)-worth of contracts for design and supervision services on its Deira Islands project. It is also seeking bids for a tender to design and build its Boardwalk project on the Palm Jumeirah. The 11-kilometre boardwalk, which will extend along the entire length of the outer breakwater of the Palm Jumeirah’s crescent, aims to turn the island’s protective crescent into a destination for walking, shopping and dining.