With tourism showing signs of revival in Cyprus, Hill International has been picked by Anolia Holdings to provide project and construction management services for a major resort and residential scheme in Limassol.
Arrivals to the island surged 153.7% in the first nine months of this year, but the figures are still down by 60% on record pre-Covid 2019 levels, business newspaper Financial Mirror reports.
The development, situated on 10ha of seafront parkland, will feature a 300-key luxury hotel, the Grand Hyatt Limassol, a residential tower, gated community villas, and other facilities.
Hill will provide project management services for pre-construction, including design review, and project controls, contract administration, claims management, construction supervision, commissioning, and licensing of the development.
“Cyprus has always offered an authentic Mediterranean experience,” said Panos Efstathiou, Hill International’s Cyprus manager and head of advisory services for Southern Europe. “This ambitious project captures that experience and enhances it with a green, luxurious destination with views around every corner.”
Hill chief executive Raouf Ghali said: “Visitors are flocking back to luxury destinations like this resort as we continue to recover from the pandemic.”