Mizin, a member of Tatweer, yesterday announced that 60 per cent of the infrastructure works for the 23.5 million sq ft Remraam community has been completed, while excavation works for foundations of 71 per cent of the buildings have also been finished.
Contractors have been working simultaneously on several stages of construction across the four phases of the development and work continues on building the sub- and super-structures of the buildings.
Mobilisation is currently under way for electrical sub-stations in collaboration with Dubai Electricity and Water Authority. Currently pouring of concrete into the foundations is in progress to create sub structures. Concurrently, superstructure work has begun on buildings in several phases as construction has surged ahead.
Ahmad Sharaf, Chief Executive Officer of Tatweer Investments, said: "We remain committed to delivering a high-quality product to our stakeholders within the scheduled timeframe. The development is projected to have over 15,000 workers and engineers over the course of construction, making Remraam one of the largest development sites in the UAE."
Remraam is Mizin's fourth development project.
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