Work starts on $8m project at Motiongate Dubai
Paragon Creative confirmed that it had commenced work on the $7.65m project in September
UK-based Paragon Creative has entered into a contract with Dubai Parks and Resorts to work on elements of the DreamWorks zone within the Motiongate Dubai Theme Park.
The company confirmed it commenced work on the $7.65m project in September, and is focused on five show set areas within the park, which will take production into 2016.
The projects that Paragon have started working on are based on the films Kung Fu Panda and Madagascar, as well as a number of other setwork areas and activations.
Peter Rahill, director of Hill International Middle East, added: "We have been in discussion with Paragon for six months and have chosen a work scope that best fits their skill base.
"We are delighted to have their facility and capacity to deliver these demanding projects."
According to Arabian Business, Mark Pyrah, CEO of Paragon Entertainment said: "We are delighted to be working with Dubai Parks and Resorts to create the very best quality thematic and show setworks to support this incredible and world class project.
"Dubai Parks and Resorts has created a team comprising of some of the best Industry talent and it’s a privilege to be part of the delivery line up."