By Andy Sambidge
Contractor secures AED207m contract for Conrad Hotel, set to open in 2011.
Interior contracting company Depa on Wednesday announced it has secured a AED207 million ($56.4m) contract to fit out all guest rooms, suites and public areas in the Conrad Hotel Dubai, set for completion in mid 2011.
Depa’s contract at the luxury hotel, which will be built on Sheikh Zayed Road, includes work on all 500 guest rooms and suites and lobbies, executive lounges, two ballrooms, 11 meeting rooms and a business centre.
Mohannad Sweid, chief executive officer, Depa said:“This contract win further strengthens our backlog position and Depa continues to be on target in terms of profit and revenue growth for 2009.”
Nadim Akhrass, managing director of Operations, added: “Despite the difficult wider economic environment, there are still high-end projects. This is yet another exciting project to be undertaking and we are looking forward to working closely with all parties involved.”
Depa has won contracts for fit-outs at some of the most iconic hotels in the UAE including Burj Al Arab, Emirates Palace and Atlantis the Palm.