Al Areen awards key cabling work contract
Manama, April 9, 2013
Bahrain-based Al Areen Holding Company has signed a major cabling contract with Al Kooheji Electrical Contractors & Construction for an residential project, a statement said.
Total investment in the project is pegged at $2 billion, reported the Gulf Daily News, our sister publication.
The key components of the Al Areen development include the Al Areen Palace & Spa, 'Lost Paradise of Dilmun' Water Park, Sarab Al Areen, Domina Prestige - Al Areen, Al Waha Resort, Downtown Al Areen, Al Areen Medical Centre, Oryx Hills, Sunset Hills, Al Areen Homes, and a number of residential villages, entertainment and recreational facilities.
To be completed in 75 days, the scope of work includes the supply and installation of 11Kv feeder cables from BSP Al Areen Substation to Oryx Hills, a residential development owned by Surooh Bahrain.
Equipped with a full set of high quality infrastructure and facilities management services, the Oryx Hills villas will soon be ready for occupation.
"In pursuit of a continuous commitment, our aim is to provide world-class quality living experience to residents and this project is an achievement in that direction," said Al Areen Holding Company board member Mohammed Al Hassan.
"In addition, providing full support to our cluster owners and sub-developers is what makes Al Areen development a success," he added.
"Surooh Bahrain is pleased to fulfil its commitment towards the owners of villas at Oryx Hills, which is the first residential project to be completed in the Al Areen development," Surooh Bahrain board member Ismaeel Mohammed Abdulwahed said.-TradeArabia News Service
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