09/02/2014 07:59 AST

Dubai developer Nakheel has awarded three new contracts, together worth more than Dh41 million, for its Al Furjan and Warsan Village master communities.

Two of the newly-awarded contracts cover infrastructure design and supervision for hundreds of third party villa and mixed-use plots at a new phase of Al Furjan, with consultants Arif & Bintoak and Dar Al Handasah handed contracts worth Dh13.6 million and Dh2.9 million respectively.

Al Furjan’s new phase covers more than 1.2 million square metres, and includes over 500 third party villa plots and more than 30 mixed-use plots already sold by Nakheel. The first phase of the project, containing 800 homes, is already complete.


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