Arabtec to Build New Mall in Dubai South

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Published August 9th, 2017 - 12:03 GMT
The Emaar South residential project. (Trade Arabia)
The Emaar South residential project. (Trade Arabia)

Arabtec has won a Dh363-million ($98.8 milion) contract to build a new mall in Dubai South, a 145-sq-km development in Dubai, a report said.

The mall will be built at the Emaar South project within the Dubai South development, said a Zawya report.

Emaar South is a joint venture between Emaar Properties and the Dubai South. Emaar South plans to build more than 15,000 homes in its development that will contain the new mall, hotels, community parks, schools and other facilities.

Arabtec said that the mall will have 83,000 sq m built-up area over three levels. Work is set to start on site this month, the report said.

Dubai South houses the Al Maktoum International Airport, the Expo 2020 site, a logistics district and a residential district containing up to 10,000 new homes. The development will ultimately sustain a population of one million.

Source: Trade Arabia

Background Information

Arabtec Holding

A leading engineering and construction Group specialising in complex projects in the Middle East and North Africa. Through its operating companies and investments, the Group delivers construction and infrastructure projects, including commercial, residential, social, industrial and economic infrastructure in UAE and other selected countries in the region. The UAE-based group’s list of completed projects includes iconic buildings such as the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, Abu Dhabi landmark, the Emirates Palace Hotel and Louvre Abu Dhabi Museum; as well as other technically challenging work on airports and related infrastructure.


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