Azizi Developments boosts Riviera construction with 6,000 workers

198 slabs have been casted, 740,855 tons of concrete have been poured, and 31 cranes have been erected

  
Azizi Developments boosts Riviera construction with 6,000 workers

Azizi Developments, a leading private developer in the UAE, has added a total of 6,000 workers to its existing workforce to expedite the process of construction at its four-phased residential megaproject, Riviera in MBR City. The move comes in line with Azizi Developments marking 2019 as its ‘Year of Construction’, dedicating it to the swift construction of its ongoing projects.

Mohamed Ragheb, Executive Director - Engineering Division at Azizi Developments, said: “The addition of this sizable workforce to Riviera helps us ensure timely delivery, as well as the world-class standards of quality and aesthetics that we pride ourselves with. This community has an allure unlike any other, which is reflected in it being one of our most well-received projects with an outstanding investor response.”

Riviera is the company’s flagship community project in the heart of MBR City, Dubai, comprising more than 16,000 residences spread across 71 mid-rise buildings that overlook an extensive retail boulevard, a canal walk with artisan eateries and boutiques, and Les Jardins — a lush-green social space.

With its strategic location near the upcoming Meydan One Mall and the Meydan Racecourse — home of the Dubai World Cup — as well as major business, leisure and retail hubs, Riviera is one of Azizi Developments’ most sought-after projects. Designed to introduce the French-Mediterranean lifestyle to Dubai, which is not merely about architectural art, but also about a certain 'joie de vivre' — a celebration of life, an exultation of spirit, Riviera represents a new landmark.

The completion of the project’s first phase currently stands at 54 per cent, while phase 2 and phase 3 are at 36 and 22 per cent respectively.  So far, 198 slabs have been casted, 740,855 tons of concrete have been poured, and 31 cranes have been erected.

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