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Shapoorji Pallonji wins revived Dubailand contract

by John Bambridge on Mar 19, 2013


Mudon in Dubailand, by artistic-models.com
Mudon in Dubailand, by artistic-models.com

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Dubai Properties Group (DPG), a member of Dubai Holding, has appointed Shapoorji Pallonji Mideast LLC as the principal contractor for its revived Mudon residential community in Dubailand.

Shapoorji Pallonji Mideast will be responsible for the construction of phase one of the project - 348 townhouses, with handover expected to commence from mid-2014.

The newly appointed contractor will now set to work on the 350m2 four-bedroom courtyard residences, which are set on plots of between 300m2 and 750m2 within a landscaped master plan.

Mr. Khalid Al Malik, DPG Group CEO, commented: "The appointment of Shapoorji Pallonji Mideast is a major milestone - allowing us to deliver the first phase of Mudon to investors that the community might become as successful as our other popular residential communities in Duabiland."

Significant progress has already been made on infrastructure at the community, with substations and main roads complete, along with water, drainage and sewer networks due for completion soon.

DPG originally announced that it had restarted the stalled Mudon development back in September, announcing that phase one would be due for completion within 18 months.

 



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