Musanada begins construction on four kindergartens worth $45.5m

Kindergarten facilities, constructed on a total built-up area of more than 40km2, will be delivered within 12 months

Musanada begins construction on four kindergartens worth $45.5m [representational image]
Musanada begins construction on four kindergartens worth $45.5m [representational image]

The Abu Dhabi General Services Company (Musanada) in collaboration with the Abu Dhabi Department of Education and Knowledge (ADEK) have begun construction on four kindergartens, including two at the Al Falah and Al Riyadh areas of Abu Dhabi, and two at the Al Yahar and Bateen areas of Al Ain, as part of the Abu Dhabi Future Schools Programme.

State news agency, Wam, stated that the four kindergartens will cater to 1,440 male and female pupils, 360 at each kindergarten facility, and will be constructed on a built-up area of more than 40km2 at a total cost of $45.5m (AED167.1m).

The kindergarten facilities will be constructed in line with the two-pearl Estidama’s sustainability rating stipulated by the Department of Urban Planning and Municipalities, meant for buildings that enhance efficiency in energy usage, Musanada said.

Each kindergarten will consist of a ground-floor building that will comprise 18 classrooms, in addition to a rest lobby for pupils, offices for teaching and administrative staff, outdoor playgrounds, landscapes, as well as car and bus parking bays.

Teams deployed on the projects include engineers, consultants, and workers, who are working to deliver the projects within a record time of not more than 12 months as per the agreed construction and delivery schedule.

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