Phase 1 construction begins on $30m Dubai Maritime City

Work on Dubai Maritime City, due to complete by 2021, includes merging the project with Mina Rashid

Work has started on Dubai Maritime City.
DP World
Work has started on Dubai Maritime City.

Construction has commenced on the first phase of the $29.6m (AED109m) Dubai Maritime City mixed-use project, with DP World Group's chairman and chief executive officer, Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem, stating that development works include merging Dubai Maritime City with Mina Rashid. 

Work to be carried out for the scheme includes the construction of new roads and paving, sewerage and storm water systems, irrigation, telecom connectivity, street lighting, electrical works, and a pump station, and the maintenance of existing services.

Project completion is expected by early-2021. 

Commenting on the project, Sulayem said: “The development of Phase 1 comes at an important time, with upgraded facilities and services to existing and potential customers.

“We look forward to its continued success and contribution to the economy, creating jobs at the heart of Dubai.”

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