Bids are under evaluation for the contract to provide project management services (PMS) for the planned $2,000 million real estate development in the Bouregreg valley near Rabat. The client is Dubai International Properties, a subsidiary of Dubai Holding, which in May was awarded the development contract by state-run pension fund Caisse de Depot et de Gestion (CDG) and its affiliate SABR Amenagement(MEED 20:5:05).
Bidders are understood to include Kuwait's ProjacsInternational, and Hill Internationaland Turner Construction International, both of the US. The project, known as Amwaj, calls for the construction of a residential, commercial and tourism development covering an area of about 1 million square metres on a 5,000-hectare site. Amwaj is the first phase of a five-six-phase programme aimed at transforming the Bouregreg valley into an urban district. The scope of works will include harbours, extensive dredging work and real estate developments.
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