Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Al Fara'a confirms timely completion of major residential projects

Al Fara'a Properties, a member of the Al Fara'a Construction, a property and industrial group, announced that it is on track to keep up its delivery targets for two of its major residential projects, due for completion towards end of 2010.

One of these projects, namely, The Manhattan, draws inspiration from the urban residences of New York in 1930s, and will offer 355 units comprising studio, single, double and triple bedroom apartments.

The second project, namely, Mulberry Mansions, includes Victorian-styled townhouses with four bedrooms, a terrace, a private two-car garage, a balcony, small private garden and a maid's room.

The Director of Al Fara'a Properties, Natasha Gangaramani, confirmed that the construction of The Manhattan is progressing as scheduled, with the ground floor slab being completed, including ramps leading to the three basements.

"We believe that swift, efficient and timely handover of projects is as important for investor, as the value of investment, driven by construction quality and facilities offered," Gangaramani said.
With more than three decades of strong track record to its credit, the Al Fara'a Group has the flexibility to meet its primary goal of excellence. It recently launched the facilities management division, which enables the company to ensure that all the current projects of the company are built in accordance with the best global practices.

John Baarens, the General Manager, Al Fara'a General Contracting, the contractor for Jumeirah Village-based projects, said that with the completion of initial groundworks, the project is now focusing on the superstructures of The Manhattan and Mulberry Mansions.

"To ensure the standards and offer quality value proposition for our client, we will use only extensive tendering and value engineering capabilities offered in the market, and will continue accessing the broad-base of expertise throughout the Al Fara'a Construction, Property and Industrial Group. We are confident about delivering these projects towards end of 2010," Baarens said.

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