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Aldar reports significant progress in Al Raha Beach infrastructure

Source:  www.ameinfo.com

Aldar Properties, Abu Dhabi’s leading property development, management and investment company, today announced significant progress of key infrastructure relating to the firm’s Al Raha Beach development, the major waterfront development, ahead of the completion of the project’s first residential and commercial elements.

Al Bandar access CRB 22 bridge viewed from Interchange 5.

Al Bandar access CRB 22 bridge viewed from Interchange 5.

Interchanges 4, 4A and 5 on the main Abu Dhabi-Dubai Highway (E10) will soon open to traffic in-bound to Al Raha Beach and Al Raha Gardens. The interchanges, which were completed structurally ahead of the grand prix last November, are now being readied for final delivery. Pending final testing and clearances by the relevant authorities, the Interchanges will be opened up to traffic in phases to allow access to areas of Al Raha Beach as they are completed.

Starting from tomorrow (April 20), interchange 4 will accept traffic in-bound to HQ building from both Abu Dhabi and Dubai directions through a security gate and in late August 2010 there will be inbound and outbound traffic to HQ via Interchange 4.

Tomorrow will also see the partial opening of interchange 5 to allow Al Raha Gardens traffic to access E10. In June 2010 it will open fully to allow access to inbound and outbound traffic to the new Al Bandar Development from both Abu Dhabi and Dubai directions.

Aldar has finalized the redesign of interchange 6 in close coordination with Abu Dhabi Urban Planning Council, Department of Transport and Abu Dhabi Municipality to ensure it will be better able to handle the increase in traffic from the surrounding developments and improve the flow of traffic to and from the airport. Work on the ground is anticipated to commence in early June 2010.

Utility Works

Utilities installation is progressing well in the Eastern Precinct of Al Raha Beach, which covers the area from the Yas Island tunnel to the iconic HQ building adjacent to the Al Raha Beach Hotel.
Micro-tunneling and directional drilling techniques have been employed to connect all Al Raha Beach utilities to the main utility corridors on the south side of and parallel to the E10 highway. The co-ordination of the design and construction works is a demanding task for which Aldar has selected experienced teams of project managers, consultants and contractors.

The utilities have been planned to allow the current developments of HQ, Al Bandar, Al Zeina and Al Muneera to be connected to the Abu Dhabi main networks before their committed occupation dates.

Gas supply to the development is at an advanced stage and Al Bandar will be the first residential development in Abu Dhabi to be supplied from the natural gas network starting from May 2010.

Included within the utilities provided at Al Raha Beach are automated vacuum waste collection systems and a district cooling chilled water network supplying all developments from a number of plants distributed along the length of the project

Talal Al Dhiyebi, Director of Planning & Infrastructure, said:

“We are delighted to announce this significant construction progress at Al Raha Beach that will benefit both future residents and those already living and working in the surrounding area.”

Aldar is committed to providing world-class infrastructure for all of its developments from the outset, playing a central role in the development of the Emirate in line with Plan Abu Dhabi 2030.”

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