Nakheel awards key Palm Jumeirah contract
Dubai, September 17, 2012
Dubai's leading developer Nakheel has awarded a beach profiling contract worth Dh105 million ($28.5 million) to Dutch company Van Oord International on its man-made Palm Jumeirah island, said a report.
The work will start next week and is due to be completed within seven months, The Gulf News reported citing a Nakheel statement.
As per the contract, Van Oord will also be handling the re-profiling of the water edge along (some of) the Palm Jumeirah island’s fronds, it added.
The Palm Jumeirah is currently the world’s largest man-made island and home to a residential, tourism and leisure destination located off the coast of Jumeirah, Dubai’s most prestigious residential and tourism hub.
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