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Dubai Mixed-Use Towers

Last Updated: Mar 17, 2010

Client | The Private Office  
: Unknown USD
Dubai Mixed-Use Towers.
Dubai Mixed-Use Towers.
Contractors | Main Contractor: Arabian Construction Company Sal (Acc)
Main Contractor: MAPCO L.L.C (Sub-Contractor)
Consultants | Main Consultant: Fentress Architects (Architecture Design)
Main Consultant: KEO International Consultants
Country | United Arab Emirates 
Category | Buildings 
Project Type | Mixed Use 
Project Duration | From:   Q3 2009 Estimated
To:        Q4 2011 Estimated
Status | Construction  
Scope | The project calls for construction of Dubai Mixed-Use Towers adjacent to the Burj Dubai. The dancing sisters rise more than 210 metres. The total built up area is around 213,000 square metres.  
Schedule | KEO International Consultants is the main consultant, while Fentress Architects is the architecture. Arabian Construction Company (ACC) was awarded the main construction contract. Construction is in progress.  
Remark | The towers were nicknamed the Spice Girls in reference to Dubai's role in the spice trade.