Several consultancies have each been allocated a portion of the delivery of the masterplanned community
Developer DAMAC Properties has appointed a cluster of leading consultancy companies for its master community development, DAMAC Lagoons, in Dubailand. The companies are: Energoprojekt Entel; AECOM; BHNS Engineering Consultants and Khatib & Alami.
As per this agreement, Energoprojekt Entel will provide consultancy services for a 132/11kV sub-station. The substations will be built in compliance with DEWA’s regulations and specifications under the supervision of Energoprojekt Entel. These works will help provide power supply and accelerate the progress of further development activities at Damac Lagoons, the developer explained.
According to DAMAC, AECOM has been awarded the consultancy service contract for the Venice cluster and the Central Hub, within the master development.
In late January 2023, DAMAC launched its DAMAC Bay by Cavalli project and, in early February 2023, the developer awarded a $241.2mn main works construction contract for Cavalli Tower.
In addition, a contract for consultancy services for three of the community’s clusters, including Malta, Nice 1 and Nice 2, was awarded to BHNS Engineering Consultants. A similar contract has been awarded to Khatib & Alami for Nice 3, Costa Brava villa package and Portofino clusters.
Confirming the contracts, General Manager Mohammed Tahaineh stated, “Work is progressing well across all clusters as part of phase 1 of the DAMAC Lagoons development. After our recent launch of a newly added ninth cluster to the community, Ibiza, we are pleased to see the pace of works at the Damac Lagoons master development, and look forward to keeping our commitments for a timely delivery.”
DAMAC Lagoons is the developer’s third master community development in Dubai. The water-inspired community is adjacent to the DAMAC Hills development, and offers vacation-style living as a part of the residents’ day-to-day lifestyle.
In late February 2023, DAMAC handed over ZADA Tower in Business Bay to customers.