Hill to project manage Qatar’s artificial island

31 May 2013

Hill International has won a $4.2 million contract to work on the development of the Pearl Qatar, a mixed-use artificial island in Doha, it announced on Wednesday.

The construction consultants will work on four new residential towers in the Viva Bahriya and Porto Arabia districts at the residential and commercial island spanning nearly four million square metres.

Porto Arabia district in Pearl Qatar. (Credit: AGImOmOTO 255)

Hill will provide for 20 months project management services to The Land Investment & Real Estate Development Company.
The project has a built-up area of around 220,000 m2 and an estimated construction cost of $390m.

The firm is currently on a similar contract with the same client to work on four other residential towers in the Porto Arabia district.

"We are very proud of the fact that our client continues to turn to Hill with new and challenging projects," said Raouf S. Ghali, President of Hill’s Project Management Group.

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