ADUPC – Zayed City Mixed -Use Development – Abu Dhabi - Project Profile
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The Abu Dhabi Urban Planning Council (ADUPC) is undertaking the Zayed City mixed-use development project in Abu Dhabi, the UAE.
The project involves the construction of mixed-use facilities on 4,500ha of land. It comprises six major precincts, including the Federal Precinct, City Centre Precinct - divided into four areas - Emirati neighborhood, Sports Hub Precinct, South Spine Precinct and Palace Precinct.
The Emirati neighborhood will be implemented in three phases. The first phase includes the development of 2,790 of residential land plots on 1,480ha of land.
The development also includes the construction of office facilities, sports facilities, 36 mosques, 43 gardens and 15 schools for all education stages, restaurants, cafes, retail facilities, roads, and other related infrastructural facilities, and the installation of street lights, and security systems.
In December 2009, AECOM Middle East has been appointed as the project management contractor (PMC) for the project.
Perkins + Will and Keo International Consultants have been appointed as the master planners; Mott MacDonald and Limah Design Consultants as architects; Crown Consult as traffic consultant; Bloom Property Services as civil engineering consultant; and CH2M HILL, Inc has been appointed as a project manager for infrastructure (sub-consultancy) focusing on sustainable supply chain management and technology integration for the project.
On April 19, 2013, ADUPC issued tenders for the infrastructure development of the Emirati Neighborhood (First phase) of the project in packages with the bid submission due date as April 25, 2013. However, the due date was extended to July 5, 2013.
Musanada has been appointed as the associated developer for the project.
In March 2014, a tender was issued for consultancy services for the proposed project.
Mouchel has been appointed to undertake construction supervision works on Emirati Neighborhood of the proposed project.
Infrastructure design contract was awarded to Dar Al-Handasah (shair & partners) for the project development.
In December 2015, Abu Dhabi Executive Council agreed to award the contracts for the infrastructure works in the US$644 million worth Emirati Neighborhood.
For Emirati Neighbourhood: Saif Bin Darwish has been appointed to undertake package 3 infrastructure work and Mohammed Abdulmohsin Al-Kharafi & Sons, LLC to undertake package 4 infrastructure work.
In June 2016, construction works commenced on infrastructure for Emirati Neighbourhood.
Construction works are underway and the initial homes will be ready by 2019.
The project involves the construction of mixed-use facilities on 4,500ha of land in Abu Dhabi, the UAE.
The US$40,000 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of 2,790 villa plots on 1,480ha of land
2. Construction of office facilities
3. Construction of 400 bed hospital
4. Construction of sports facilities
5. Construction of 15 schools
6. Construction of 36 mosques
7. Construction of 43 gardens
8. Construction of restaurants and cafes
9. Construction of retail facilities
10. Construction of roads and related facilities
11. Installation of security systems
12. Installation of street lights
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