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The United Tower

The United Tower

15 Mar 2009
Main Contractor
Country: Kuwait
City: Kuwait City
Category: Mixed Use
Project Type: Mega Projects
Project Duration:
From: Q3 2007 Actual To: Q3 2010 Actual
Status: Construction
The project calls for construction of a 60-storey mixed use tower located in Sharq area at Kuwait City. The tower is designed to accommodate offices on the higher levels, residential and luxury apartments on its middle level and there will also be a commercial high-end mall with luxury retail stores and car parking. The total built up area is 98,000 square metres.
Al Ahmadiah Contracting & Trading was awarded the main construction contract by mid of 2007. Construction started in September 2007. Project is in progress and expected to be completed in 3rd quarter of 2010.
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