News tagged "Meraas"

Dubai Hills Estate,Meraas commit to environmental sustainability

Dubai Hills Estate,Meraas commit to environmental sustainability

23rd August 2018

According to *Tradearabia news report, Dubai Hills Estate, one of the largest master-planned communities in the city developed by Emaar Properties in joint venture with UAE-based Meraas, is underlining its commitment to environmental sustainability by saying no to plastic bottles across its site offices.[..]

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KEO and InSite join efforts to deliver the pedestrian bridge at Bluewaters

KEO and InSite join efforts to deliver the pedestrian bridge at Bluewaters

21st May 2018

UAE 21 May 2018: The newest iconic structure to be added to Dubai’s landmarks is the vibrant pedestrian bridge at Bluewaters. KEO International Consultants’ Infrastructure division and its allied practice for master planning, urban design and landscape architecture, InSite, have announced their involvement in the delivery of the Bluewaters Pedestrian Bridge as part of the Bluewaters Island development by MERAAS. Working as the Engineer of Record, third party reviewer and landscape architects, the KEO and InSite team worked closely in collaborating with Besix to deliver this impressive 77-meter span box-girder bridge project.[..]

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Ruler of Dubai visits the Yard project

Ruler of Dubai visits the Yard project

9th March 2018

According to *GDNOnline news report, HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the UAE Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, today visited The Yard, a new multi-purpose destination developed by Meraas in Al Khawaneej, Dubai. [..]

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Dubai Ruler reviews progress of US$ 1.56 bn Bluewaters Island project

Dubai Ruler reviews progress of US$ 1.56 bn Bluewaters Island project

7th March 2018

According to *Tradearabia news report, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the UAE Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, on March 5th visited Bluewaters Island, a new man-made island in Dubai, and reviewed the progress of the Dh6-billion ($1.633 billion) project.  [..]

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