Built to inform

Sign up for the daily newsletters

No, Thank you
Mohammed Bin Rashid City - District One

Mohammed Bin Rashid City - District One

04 May 2013
Country: United Arab Emirates
City: Dubai
Category: Residential Development
Project Type: Projects
Project Duration:
From: Q1 2013 Estimated To: Q1 2020 Estimated
Status: Concept Stage
Scope:
The project calls for development of 4 million square metres of prime freehold land into an exclusive destination of key leisure and retail attraction points within Mohammed Bin Rashid City.
Schedule:
The development is expected to be completed within seven years.
Remark:
Meydan Sobha is a 50-50 joint venture and contractor.
For full Protenders subscription click here

Similar Projects Listings

The Shis to Khorfakkan Road and Tunnels
Description/scope:
The project consists of a 23.2km dual carriageway road skirting ...
Contractor: Main Consultant
Status: Construction
New Clean Coal Power Plant
Description/scope:
The project calls for construction of a new clean coal ...
Status: Tender for Construction Contract
Mohammed Bin Rashid City - District One
Description/scope:
The project calls for development of 4 million square metres of ...
Status: Concept Stage
Mohammed bin Rashid City
Description/scope:
The project calls for construction of Mohammed Bin Rashid City. ...
Status: Concept Stage
Four Nuclear Reactors in UAE
Description/scope:
The scope of work includes construction of four nuclear reactors ...
Contractor: Main Contractor
Status: Concept Stage
Water Garden City
Contractor: Main Consultant
Status: Design

Awards

CW Oman Awards 2019: Countdown begins for gala event in Muscat
The winners and highly commended entries of the eighth CW Oman Awards will be named

Conferences

Leaders Kuwait 2018: New Kuwait 2035 needs smart city-led contracts
Localisation and contract modernisation are essential for Kuwait's diversification strategy
Construction Week's Leaders Kuwait 2018 summit opens
Speakers from Kuwait's Supreme Council for Planning and Development and CSCEC ME are at today's