Tender floated at Dubai's International City
Contractors sought to build new recreation centre
A tender has been floated for the construction of a new recreation centre at Dubai's International City.
The scope of works comprises demolition of the existing clubhouse structure and construction of a new recreation centre including a gym, administration area, restaurants, swimming pools, external showers, pool deck with sitting area and boundary wall for pools.
The contractor will also be required to build an outdoor playground to include two tennis courts and two basketball courts with floor finishes, a service block, prayer block, watch towers, parking, walkways and lighting.
Nakheel's International City development is a country-themed architecture of residences, businesses, and tourist attractions.
Spreading over an area of 8m m2, the arrangement of the city is inspired by the traditional carpets of the Middle East.
Once completed, the project will contain studio, one and two bedroom apartments and accommodate over 60,000 residents.
Tender documents must be submitted by noon on 4 February 2014.