UAE – Mubasher: Azizi Developments, a leading private developer in the UAE, announced it has recorded major construction turning points during the third quarter of 2019.
The company has cast over 117 slabs since the beginning of this year and poured more than 165,000 tonnes of concrete, according to a press release,
Moreover, over 45 cranes erected in 2019, and over 1.3 million square feet were constructed with monthly average building progress of around 5% and over 5.9 million recorded man-hours, Azizi Developments said.
The construction works at the company’s ongoing projects Meydan, Al Furjan, Downtown Jebel Ali, Palm Jumeirah, and Dubai Healthcare City are progressing rapidly.
Azizi Developments’ entire projects are situated in promising sought-after locations based on a location pricing strategy.
Farhad Azizi, CEO of Azizi Developments, said: “With our core pillars of customer centricity and transparency, it is of the utmost importance to us to ensure that our customers are kept up-to-date on the progress of their homes. We have marked 2019 as our ‘Year of Construction’, with an emphasis on quality development and timely completion – a promise that we are well on track to deliver on”.
The company plans to meet the growing demand for properties in Dubai as reports showed that over 25 million visitors to the emirate are likely to catalyse the real estate growth in the build-up to Expo 2020.
Construction works at Al Furjan projects, Star, Shaista, and Samia are 70%, 72%, and 89% complete, respectively.
Moreover, construction at Farishta, Plaza, Aura in Jebel Ali have been completed at 92%, 88%, and 60%, respectively.
Meanwhile, Mina has been almost 68% done, and Aliyah in Dubai Healthcare City has been completed earlier this year.
Construction works at Riviera is on track, with phase one standing at 53% complete, and phase two and three having marked 35% and 22%, respectively.