Heavy machinery is wheeled away, so that work can begin on Remraam Community infrastructure.
Construction Dubai-based contractor Mizin has announced the completion of grading work on Remraam Community, months ahead of schedule.
Mizin revealed that grading work was awarded back in October, one month prior to the official launch of the project in November.
This means that infrastructure works which include road network, water supply, sewage, drainage system as well as irrigation facilities can also start ahead of schedule, in Feburary on all phases of the project.
The company says that the project will be completed by the second quarter of 2010, and comply with current international standards and specifications.
Sami Al Hashimi, CEO, Mizin, said: "The starting of infrastructure works ahead of schedule demonstrates Mizin's philosophy of offering sustainable developments coupled with world class building standards."
Designed to offer residents a convenient lifestyle, Mizin's Remraam Community will feature utilities including storm water drainage, a dedicated sewage treatment plant, and the latest in IP based telecommunication infrastructure.
The project is self dependant and will serve its demands of irrigation by using the treated waste water of the community itself.
Additionally, two electrical substations will be constructed to cater to the demands of such a large community.
Located in the heart of Dubailand, the Arabian themed community was launched in November and the project's phase one was sold out in just one day.
Mizin's other projects in the New Dubai area include the 13 million sq ft Liwan project, the 19 million sq ft Arjan development, and the 16.5 million sq ft Majan mixed use community project.