By Sam Bridge
Two are being built in Abu Dhabi with a further two in Al Ain which are set to accommodate up to 1,440 pupils in total
The Abu Dhabi General Services Company, known as Musanada, in collaboration with the Abu Dhabi Department of Education and Knowledge (ADEK), has started the construction of four kindergartens.
Two are being built in Abu Dhabi with a further two in Al Ain which are set to accommodate up to 1,440 male and female pupils in total.
They will be built on an area of over 40,000 square metres at a total cost of AED167.1 million ($45.5 million), state news agency WAM reported.
Musanada said that each kindergarten will consist of a ground-floor building that will comprise 18 classrooms, in addition to a rest lobby for pupils, offices for teaching and administrative staff, outdoor playgrounds, landscapes, and car and bus parking bays.
According to Musanada, the projects will be delivered within the next 12 months.
ADEK said the kindergarten projects are part of the Abu Dhabi Future Schools Programme.