GoB – Pearl Route Redevelopment – Muharraq - Project Profile
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The Government of Bahrain (GoB) is undertaking the construction to redevelop two-kilometer stretch of old Muharraq which is named as of Pearl Route at Muharraq, Bahrain.
The project involves the redevelopment of old Muharraq. It includes the demolition of old houses, which cannot be renovated and construction of 50 new homes and air museum. Under the Pearl Route scheme 200 homes are renovated, 17 buildings are preserved, eleven open spaces in the historical neighborhood, three hayrat (sea beds where oyster beds are found), 16 historical homes, two visitor centers, conservation and rehabilitation of 15 historic monuments, 12 high-value buildings, four multi-story car parks that can accommodate up to 400 cars and 18 open green public spaces.
The World Heritage Committee (UNESCO) inspected the project route in October 2010.
In November 2010, BMMI Group signed an agreement with the Ministry of Culture, to sponsor the pearl route redevelopment by contributing US$594,000 towards the project from its Alosra Charitable Foundation.
The design contract for the project was awarded to AG Interior Design Consultants for the Architectural restoration, landscape and interior design of this project.
The project will receive US$26.3 million funds for the development from Islamic Development Bank.
GoB is in the process of re-evaluating the project plans.
The project is expected to be completed in 2018.
The project involves the construction of homes on 3.5km stretch in Muharraq, Bahrain.
The US$29 million project includes the following:
1. Renovation of 200 homes
2. Demolition of old houses
3. Construction of 50 new homes
4. Creating 11 open spaces for historical neighborhood
5. Construction of three hayrat (sea beds where oyster beds are found)
6. Construction of 16 historical homes
7. Construction of two visitor centers
8. Conservation and rehabilitation of 15 historic monuments
9. Construction of 12 high-value buildings
10. Construction of four multi-story car parks that can accommodate up to 400 cars and 18 open green public spaces
11. Construction of air museum
12. Construction of infrastructural facilitiesReasons To Buy