Built to inform

Sign up for the daily newsletters

No, Thank you

Video: AHG details its $10m beach renovation for RAK’s Al Hamra Village

In the following video, AHG’s Barry Ebrahimy discusses the $10m beach renovation initiative that is underway in Ras Al Khaimah’s Al Hamra Village

Al Hamra Group (AHG) has revealed that it is in the process of renovating all of the beaches within Al Hamra Village, a master-planned community in Ras Al Khaimah, UAE.

The project, which is being conducted by Netherlands-headquartered contractor, Van Oord, will cost approximately $10m (AED36.7m), and is scheduled to complete before the end of 2017.

Last year, AHG set about renovating the beaches within Al Hamra Village’s residential areas. This year, the RAK-based real estate conglomerate is refurbishing the private beaches of the community’s hotels.

In the following video, Barry Ebrahimy, head of commercial at AHG, provides additional details of the beautification project.

Upon completion, he says that the area will boast “beautiful, white, [and] sandy beaches”.

Most popular


Dubai's JW Marriott Marquis Hotel to host CW Awards 2019
15th edition of the CW Awards will be held at the five-star Dubai hotel to


Leaders UAE 2019: ALEC, CSCEC ME, Arada bosses on diversification
EXCLUSIVE: Kez Taylor, Sachin Kerur, Elie Mrad, and Grigoris Christofides share insights at Leaders UAE

Latest Issue

Construction Week - Issue 749
Sep 15, 2019