Nakheel - Deira Islands Development - Details on ZAWYA MENA Edition
last updated on: 14 January 2020

Nakheel - Deira Islands Development

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Background

Nakheel (PJSC) plans to develop four mixed use development islands in Deira, Dubai, U.A.E. The project includes complete infrastructure works of all 4 islands, 3 of which will be sold later in plots to third party developers. Nakheel itself will develop the south island into a mixed-use waterfront destination. Deira Islands Coastline - Stage 1 covers the construction of a 40 Km coastline, Deira Islands 3 Substations covers the construction of 3 substations with a capacity of 132/11 kV each, Deira Islands Mall including 500 retail outlets, Island A and B Roads covers the construction of roads, Night Souk & Boardwalk covers the construction of 1.9 Km district including retail shops and F&B and the Palm Jumeirah Boardwalk covers the construction of an 11 Km boardwalk. AE Seven Morse Architecture & Engineering Consultancies Company is the design and construction supervision consultant and They will also conduct the master plan and infrastructure design for the roads package, AE Seven Morse Architecture & Engineering Consultancies Company is also design and supervision, architectural and engineering consultant for Night Souk & Boardwalk, Halcrow is the engineering consultant for the Palm Jumeirah Broadwalk and RSP Architects Planners & Engineers Pte Ltd is the design and construction supervision consultant, Ted Jacob Engineering Group is the MEP consultant for the Deira Islands Mall. The master plan is carried on in-house.
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Mixed-Use Development
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