Turkey's Zetas wins Cayan Cantara contract
Cayan Cantara site is currently witnessing different activities with the site fencing being complete while shoring, piling and excavation will follow soon
Saudi-based Cayan Group awarded Turkey's Zetas, the enabling package for its upcoming project, Cayan Cantara, in Dubai.
Located on Umm Suqeim road, the luxury project will comprise branded residences and hotel apartments featuring unique design and facilities including retail shops, restaurants, a spa, glass-walled swimming pool, a fitness center, the highest outdoor screen and a conference hall, among others.
Officially unveiled in April this year, Cayan Cantara will see Cayan Group as main developers, Nikken Sekkei as the international architects, Dewan Architects as the local architects and Zetas as enabling contractors who commenced work on the project’s site since the end of August.
Cayan Cantara site is currently witnessing different activities with the site fencing being complete while shoring, piling and excavation will follow soon. The project is estimated to be completed by the fourth quarter of 2018.
Commenting on the project, Ahmed Alhatti, president and chairman of Cayan Group, said: “We are extremely pleased to have ZETAS Group on board as enabling contractors. Cayan Cantara’s breaking ground phase has already begun and with everything proceeding according to plan, we look forward to a timely delivery of a state of the art project to our valued customers.”
Cayan group's portfolio includes a number of projects such as the Silverene Towers, Cayan Cantara, The Jewels, Dorrabay, Cayan Tower and Cayan Business Center in the UAE; Layaly Compound, CMC and Samaya in Saudi Arabia; and Broumana Lands in Lebanon.