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SSH awarded Marsa Al Seef mixed-use project

SSH will provide the design of primary infrastructure and updating of master planning services at Marsa Al Seef

The Marsa Al Seef development will be a self-contained waterfront city in Bahrain.
The Marsa Al Seef development will be a self-contained waterfront city in Bahrain.

Global design firm, SSH, has been awarded a contract by Marsa Al Seef Real Estate Investment Company for the Marsa Al Seef mixed-use development in Bahrain.

SSH will provide the design of primary infrastructure and updating of master planning services at Marsa Al Seef. Services include the initial works on a 122ha site, forming the first phase of what will ultimately be a 235ha project.

The Marsa Al Seef development will be a self-contained waterfront city with extensive residential and leisure components, and commercial opportunities set off-shore from the traditional fishing villages of Bahrain.

The project will be designed and managed by the team at the SSH Bahrain office. The Marsa Al Seef award is the latest in a string of Bahrain-based infrastructure appointments for SSH.

“Our superior project expertise, and our understanding of the challenges involved in designing such master planned communities was key to being awarded the Marsa Al Seef project,” said Andrew Barwick, SSH’s resident director – Bahrain.

“SSH is looking forward to working with our client to bring this new development to market,” he added. 

SSH is a provider of infrastructure, master planning, building design, and construction supervision services in the region, with more than 130 projects in our team’s collective portfolio.

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