Cimic to build two residential towers in Mumbai

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Leighton Asia, a subsidiary of Australia’s Cimic Group, has won an US$81m contract to build two residential towers in Mumbai.

They are being built for Century Estates on its Birla Niyaara development the southern suburb of Worli.  When complete in 2027 they will have 273,000 sq m of lettable space.

The towers will be 70 and 72 storeys and will have a common basement, podium and terrace. A club house and retail section will also be built.

Juan Santamaria, Cimic’s executive chairman, said: “Leighton Asia has been delivering landmark projects in India for more than 23 years. This award highlights the team’s ability to deliver quality works safely and on time to meet our client’s vision and our experience in delivering premium residential and commercial projects.” 

Brad Davey, Leighton Asia’s managing director, said: “We are pleased to continue to contribute our international experience and local knowledge to support ongoing growth in the region. We are committed to ensuring that the community will benefit through local procurement and employment.”

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