Contract Awarded For 16 Indian Towers
Arabtec Construction has won a contract worth AED219 million (£47 million) for the construction of a development of 16 towers near Delhi, India. The scope of the contract for Raheja Developers includes a 42-storey residential tower with four basement levels, 15 community housing towers each of 15 storeys and associated works such as landscaping, swimming pools, a club house, sports and community facilities.
The project is approximately 22 km from Delhi Airport and will have a total built area of 214,000 sq.m. Arabtec acting group chief executive officer Peter Pollard said: “We look forward to building on our partnership with Raheja Developers and to the successful delivery of the Navin Minar project in India.”
Work is set to start immediately and is expected to take up to 36 months.
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