New $14m DM building set to be ready by Q2 2017
The project is set to meet the office space expansion needs of Dubai Municipality within the city centre in an area easily accessible and close to other government departments
The new $14m (AED53m) Dubai Municipality (DM) building, located in Al Garhoud district, is 80% complete and will be handed over the second quarter of 2017, announced the authorities.
Eng Hussain Nasser Lootah, director general of DM conducted an inspection tour of the new building under construction, accompanied by Eng Dawood Al Hajri, assistant director general for engineering and planning sector.
Currently, the external metal cladding work, external paving, interior finishes and experimental tests are going on.
Lootah approved the colours of the external cladding of the building, following the presentation of many colours as the most suitable colors were selected for the frontal facade of the building.
Delivery of the project was scheduled for the end of February, however, due to the improvements that have been made to the building to cope with the modern look of the Municipality building, the delivery of the building has now been postponed to the beginning of the second quarter of this year.
The project, spanning 18,580m2, consists of a building with 10 floors, in addition to basement parking.
The project was set to meet the office space expansion needs of Dubai Municipality within the city centre in an area easily accessible and close to the RTA and other government departments.