Oman's Wave project names Project and Construction Managers
The promoters of Oman's Wave project have appointed US-based Turner Construction - International as the Project and Construction Managers for phase 1 of the Sultanate's premier tourism and sea front residential project.
Turner Construction has underlined its presence in the region since 1975 and made its entry in the Sultanate of Oman in 2001.
Wael Al Lawati, Acting CEO of The Wave, said: “As a project of this scope and size requires the knowledge, guidance and advice of top consultants and professionals, we are very pleased to appoint Turner Construction as the Project and Construction Managers for The Wave. Their experience and expertise in tourism development projects makes them the obvious choice for an exclusive and luxurious project like The Wave.”
It’s worthnoting that the Wave is being developed through a joint venture consisting of Oman’s Waterfront Investments (representing the Government of the Sultanate of Oman), National Investment Funds Company (representing the Omani Pension Funds and State General Reserve Funds), and the UAE- based Majid Al Futtaim Investments.
Overlooking the Gulf Of Oman near the Seeb International Airport, The Wave will occupy a beachfront of more than 7 kilometers, across a total area of more than 200 hectares. The Wave project will be developed in two phases. The first phase of the project will involve reclamation of land, infrastructure development and site improvement, which will include a world-class Golf Course and Marina. The second phase will feature the development of hotels, villas, condominium towers and upscale apartment complexes, as well as retail and restaurant outlets.
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