Hill bags hotel scheme on Georgia’s Black Sea coast

American construction consultant Hill International has won a contract to manage a new-build hotel project in southwestern Georgia on the Black Sea coast.

To capitalise on tourism in the resort town of Kobuleti, Georgian developer Archi wants to build around 100,000 sq m of hotel-style apartments in three towers of approximately 40 floors each.

The project includes a 4-star hotel, restaurants, a ballroom, indoor and outdoor pools, a casino, and sport and entertainment facilities.

Hired by Archi’s representative, Georgian company HPM LLC, Hill will provide project and construction management, and site supervision services in all stages of the project.

"We are happy to extend our project management capabilities in the Georgian real estate market," said Serdar Gucar, Hill Vice President and Managing Director for Turkey and the Community of Independent States. "It is an honour to pair with such a successful partner as HPM and support their future investments by adding our global expertise in project management."

Image: A beach at Kobuleti, Georgia, 2015 (MIKHEIL/CC BY-SA 4.0)

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