Combined Group wins $21m Abu Dhabi palace dealon Jan 27, 2013
Kuwaiti contractor Combined Group Contracting Co has won a $21m (AED: 77m) tender for a significant project in Abu Dhabi.
The company said that it has landed a contract to carry out ground work, roads and pavements by the Executive Committee for the Presidential Palace Project.
The Presidential Palace Project is being built by Athens-based contractor CCC. It is set on a 150-hectare site in Abu Dhabi with a 160,000m2 palace as its centrepiece.
RW Armstrong is project manager for the palace scheme, which also includes 23,000m2 of ancillary buildings including a public majils, a mosque and accommodation for staff and military personnel.
CCC was awarded the contract to build the palace in August 2010.
- Property firm fraud leaves 80 unpaid in Dubai
- RSG's Qasr Sabah ready for handover ahead of time
- How UAE construction straddles US, UK standards
- Madinat Jumeirah appoint new resort executive chef
- GCC construction to grow despite dip in contracts
- Jordan development project worth $187m in 2016-18
- Dubai's Al Habtoor seeking $408m bank loans
- Carillion worried for Oman as oil prices fluctuate
- Dubai residential prices see 11% annual decline
- Qatar:5,400 building permits issued since Feb 2014