Contractor sought to restore Qasr al Hosn in UAE
Constructed in 1761, Qasr al Hosn is the emirate’s first permanent structure, which was home to its ruling Al Nahyan family
A tender has been floated to restore the oldest stone building in the city of Abu Dhabi, UAE.
Constructed in 1761, Qasr al Hosn is the emirate’s first permanent structure, which was home to its ruling Al Nahyan family.
Custodian Abu Dhabi Tourism & Culture Authority requires a contractor to carry out restorative works to the building which orginally began life as a coral and sea stone watchtower, as well as to the National Consultative Council Chamber.
The works comprise a blend of traditional, local construction and conservation techniques and include the installation of harmonious contemporary building materials, services and exhibitions.
Tender documents can be collected from Abu Dhabi Tourism & Culture Authority in Corniche Road, Abu Dhabi.
The last date for tender collection is 20 October 2015 and the last date for submissions is noon on 15 November 2015.