“Marine Dredgers” completed Jubail Island’s AED 50 million marine business

Jubail, the developer of Jubail Island, recently launched in Abu Dhabi worth AED 5 billion, has been awarded a contract worth 50 million dirhams to the National Marine Dredging Company.

Drilling for a range of eight-month marine channels, extending over 7 km to expand existing canals and waterways designed to provide a unique lifestyle experience on the waterfront, renovate the water cycle around the existing Crimean forests and support the creation of new logging and forest intensification On the island, and the contract also includes the cultivation of thousands of new Crimean trees.

With the completion of offshore drilling work, the waterfront will enhance the surrounding nature of Jubail Island, enriching the experience of residents and visitors to a large extent and preserving the island’s biodiversity and environment.

In May 2019, Jubail Investment Company appointed the Gulf Contractors Company to undertake drilling and preliminary work for the project, which is expected to be completed in January 2020.

Richard Russell, Chief Operating Officer, LEED Development, Project Management Company, which oversees Jubail Island, said: “Our operations are in full swing to complete drilling and preliminary work on the island. One of our top priorities in this regard is the delivery of completed sites at the time Early in the middle of 2021 with the highest structural and environmental standards. “

With a total area of ​​400 hectares, the planned Jubail Island project is expected to be a popular habitat for nature and luxury lovers, a unique combination of serviced and serviced plots, high-end and affordable real estate, community facilities, office complexes, shops, restaurants and cafes.

The project will be spread across six villages including Jubail, Wind Al-Dhabi, Saif Al Jubail, Ain Al Maha, Jubail Market and Buda Jubail. This strategic location connects Yas Island with Saadiyat Island and Abu Dhabi City, just 10 minutes from the Abu Dhabi Corniche, Dubai, where the sale of plots of land began in April 2019.

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