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Greenline bags contracts in Dubai and Riyadh worth $38.1m

Under the terms of the contracts, Greenline Interiors will be providing fit-out services for the Wafi Hotel project in Dubai and Shaza Hotel in Riyadh

Samir Badro is chairman and CEO of GLI.
Samir Badro is chairman and CEO of GLI.

UAE-based Greenline Interiors (GLI), has been awarded the contracts for the Wafi Hotel project in Dubai and Shaza Hotel in Riyadh.

The terms of the contracts, which have a combined value of $38.1m (AED140m), will see GLI providing fit-out services to both projects

Samir Badro, chairman and CEO of GLI, commented: “We are pleased to have been awarded the Wafi Hotel and Shaza Hotel contracts as they give us a new foothold both at home and abroad.

“Shaza Hotel will strengthen our GCC presence by bringing our expertise to Riyadh, while Wafi Hotel will allow us to continue to support the vision of HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, by contributing to Dubai’s thriving hospitality sector.”

The Wafi Hotel project will be completed in two phases, with phase one consisting of 475 hotel rooms and 97 apartments, while phase two will comprise 26 suites, two ambassador suites, and one royal suite – all without furnishing, according to GLI.

Meanwhile, the scope of work at Shaza Hotel will include fit-out works for 205 rooms as well as semi-public areas.

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