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Omani contractor to build Muriya homes in 16 months

by Neha Bhatia on Jun 19, 2017


Muriya has named HFP as the main contractor for its Golf Lake development [image: muriya.om].
Muriya has named HFP as the main contractor for its Golf Lake development [image: muriya.om].

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Omani developer Muriya has named the contractor that will build its Golf Lake homes in Jebel Sifah, for a completion deadline of Q4 2018. 

Muriya is a joint venture (JV) between Orascom Development Holding and Omran. 

Golf Lake features 14 buildings and 131 studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments, as well as lofts.

The project has been designed to overlook Jebel Sifah’s 9-hole Harradine golf course.

Hussain Fadhil & Partners (HFP) has been appointed as the project's lead contractor, while AEB-Assaf has been selected as design and supervision consultant. 

HFP's clientele in the sultanate includes Duqm Authority, Oman's Ministry of Manpower and Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Diwan of Royal Courts, and premium private sector entities, Muriya said in a statement. 

Meanwhile, AEB-Assaf's scope for the residential project to date has included the introduction and design of Oman's first loft units, through its interior design arm, AEB-Interiors. 

Remarking on the contract win, Hussain Fadhil, chairman of HFP, said: "Joining hands with Muriya puts us at the forefront of one of Oman's most exciting developments.

"Together, we will harness our accumulative expertise to exceed the expectations of all future residents and investors.

"We are committed to delivering this project within 16-month period, and we will be working hard over the next few months to deliver a high quality project on schedule."

Up to 90% of Golf Lake's units, and all its loft apartments, were sold out within 12 weeks of their market release, Muriya said

 

 

  



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