Construction company Shapoorji Pallonji has announced that it has entered the final stages of work on Bloom Central Project, a 25-storey mixed-use, twin-tower complex in the heart of Abu Dhabi
The company, which was hired to build the project by master developer Bloom Properties, back in 2011, said it was now fixing the exterior finishing to the building.
It added in a statement that MEP contractors were also carrying out the installation of utilites at the complex.
Bloom Central features two towers - one hosting a five-star, 315-room hotel, and the other 64 executive apartments and over 7,000 sq m of office space.
Mohan Dass Saini, CEO of Shapoorji Pallonji's Engineering & Construction division said: "We are very pleased with the overall progress on this project as well as the quality of execution apparent in the final stages.
"Bloom Central represents a major contribution to the ever diversifying range of property solutions in Abu Dhabi.
Bloom Properties awarded Shapoorji Pallonji the main construction contract for the project in December 2011, appointing Heberger as lead consultant and Gensler as interior designer, while Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank is providing the project finance.
Shapoorji Pallonji is headquartered between Mumbai and Dubai and employs over 230,000 staff.For all the latest construction news from the UAE and Gulf countries, follow us on Twitter and Linkedin, like us on Facebook and subscribe to our YouTube page, which is updated daily.
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