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Tiger Woods golf resort races to the next phase

posted on 04/12/2008: 400 views



The Tiger Woods Dubai, an exclusive 55 million square foot golf community development and a member of Tatweer Dubai, yesterday said it has awarded a contract worth Dh582 million to the UAE-based Al Nasr Contracting Company for infrastructure works at the project.

The contract includes the construction of road works, street lighting and networks for storm water drainage, sewage and fire fighting facilities. Al Nasr Contracting is also mandated to set up a reverse osmosis reject water line, in addition to laying water supply networks for the lakes as well as for irrigation purposes.

Abdullah Al Gurg, project director of The Tiger Woods Dubai, said: "The awarding of the infrastructure contract marks the beginning of the next stage of our exclusive golf development. Al Nasr Contracting has been selected for its strong track record in development and construction. With work in progress, the project is set for rapid progression towards its scheduled timeline for completion."

Al Nasr Contracting Company LLC is specialised in heavy civil, infrastructure, district cooling and electromechanical works with offices in Abu Dhabi and Dubai. Tatweer has already announced a strategic agreement with the acclaimed Lebanese designer Elie Saab for crafting the interiors of a boutique hotel at The Tiger Woods Dubai. With 90 suites and 14 bungalows in sizes varying from 1,300-9,500 sq ft, the 360,000 square feet upscale property will target top-tier clientele and boast a 10,000 square foot swimming pool. – Gulf News

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