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Water Garden City

Water Garden City

26 Aug 2009
The project calls for construction of Water Garden City in Seef District, Manama. The project will spread on 2.2 million square metres. The city will include residential units, a beach park, a marina, schools, commercial spaces, retail outlets, and leisure facilities.
Contractor:
Main Consultant
Consultant:
Country: Bahrain
City: Manamah
Category: Mixed Use
Project Type: Mega Projects
Project Duration:
From: Q1 2009 Estimated To: Q1 2019 Estimated
Status: Design
Scope:
Schedule:
In October 2008, the project was unveiled. HOK International is the master planner, while Scott Wilson Kirkpatrick & Co. Ltd is the infrastructure consultant.
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