DEWA – Al-Sheraa New Headquarters Building – Dubai

Pages: 7 Published: September 20, 2017 Report Code: GD-209197

The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) is undertaking the construction of a new headquarters in Al Jadaf, Dubai, the UAE.The project involves the construction of a new 186,000m2 headquarters building to accommodate 5,000 employees on a 1.86ha of land. It will be developed in phases.The project includes the construction of training facilities, administrative buildings, engineering facilities, green spaces, power-related facilities on 16,500m2 of photovoltaic solar panels to produce over 3,500 kilowatt-hours (kW/h), state-of-the-art fitness centre, shaded outdoor jogging track, 700-seat auditorium, nursery that can accommodate 80 children of up to four years of age, a library, a large cafeteria, a retail area, 1,500 car parking facilities, and other related amenities, and the installation of elevators, safety and security systems.Obermeyer Middle East GmbH has been appointed as a design consultant.On November 5, 2016, site enabling works commenced on the project.In July 2017, Dutco Balfour Beatty was awarded US$12.5 million excavation sub-contract for the first phase of the project. The scope of work includes shoring, dewatering, excavation, piling, fencing and associated works.Site enabling works are underway.

Scope

The project involves the construction of a new 186,000m2 headquarters building on a 1.86ha of land in Al Jadaf, Dubai, the UAE.The US$500 million project includes the following:1. Construction of training facilities2. Construction of administrative buildings3. Construction of engineering facilities4. Construction of green spaces5. Construction of power-related facilities 6. Construction of state-of-the-art fitness center7. Construction of shaded outdoor jogging track8. Construction of 700-seat auditorium9. Construction of a nursery10. Construction of a library11. Construction of a large cafeteria12. Construction of a retail area13. Construction of 1,500 cars parking facilities 14. Installation of elevators15. Installation of safety and security systems

Key Highlights

The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) is undertaking the construction of a new headquarters in Al Jadaf, Dubai, the UAE.The project involves the construction of a new 186,000m2 headquarters building to accommodate 5,000 employees on a 1.86ha of land. It will be developed in phases.The project includes the construction of training facilities, administrative buildings, engineering facilities, green spaces, power-related facilities on 16,500m2 of photovoltaic solar panels to produce over 3,500 kilowatt-hours (kW/h), state-of-the-art fitness centre, shaded outdoor jogging track, 700-seat auditorium, nursery that can accommodate 80 children of up to four years of age, a library, a large cafeteria, a retail area, 1,500 car parking facilities, and other related amenities, and the installation of elevators, safety and security systems.Obermeyer Middle East GmbH has been appointed as a design consultant.On November 5, 2016, site enabling works commenced on the project.In July 2017, Dutco Balfour Beatty was awarded US$12.5 million excavation sub-contract for the first phase of the project. The scope of work includes shoring, dewatering, excavation, piling, fencing and associated works.Site enabling works are underway.

Reasons to Buy

The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) is undertaking the construction of a new headquarters in Al Jadaf, Dubai, the UAE.The project involves the construction of a new 186,000m2 headquarters building to accommodate 5,000 employees on a 1.86ha of land. It will be developed in phases.The project includes the construction of training facilities, administrative buildings, engineering facilities, green spaces, power-related facilities on 16,500m2 of photovoltaic solar panels to produce over 3,500 kilowatt-hours (kW/h), state-of-the-art fitness centre, shaded outdoor jogging track, 700-seat auditorium, nursery that can accommodate 80 children of up to four years of age, a library, a large cafeteria, a retail area, 1,500 car parking facilities, and other related amenities, and the installation of elevators, safety and security systems.Obermeyer Middle East GmbH has been appointed as a design consultant.On November 5, 2016, site enabling works commenced on the project.In July 2017, Dutco Balfour Beatty was awarded US$12.5 million excavation sub-contract for the first phase of the project. The scope of work includes shoring, dewatering, excavation, piling, fencing and associated works.Site enabling works are underway.

Key Players

Dubai Electricity and Water Authority; Dubai Municipality; Dutco Balfour Beatty LLC; Green Technologies FZCO; OBERMEYER Engineering Consulting (Beijing) Co Ltd

Table of Contents

1.Key Statistics

2.Key Dates

3.Sector

4.Operating metrics

5.Tender Information

6.Scope

7.Description

8.Latest update

9.Background

10.Key Contacts

11.General News, Project News

12.Appendix

List of Tables

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