Belhasa Projects wins top honours
Dubai, April 4, 2011
UAE-based Belhasa Projects, a leading swimming pool construction company, has won the international Swimming Pool and Allied Trade Association’s (Spata) annual award for the best domestic pool in the overseas category.
The company won the award for the fifth consecutive year and is the only one from the Middle East to have won this year.
Spata is a member of BSPF- the British Swimming Pool Federation; and of EUSA- the European Union of Swimming Pool and Spa Associations. The internationally renowned Spata awards highlight the achievements of the pool industry by showcasing the best examples of construction, design and innovation.
Belhasa Projects won a Gold and Silver in the same category.
“Constructing a swimming pool demands a great deal of skill to ensure a trouble free installation, safety and fine aesthetic appeal which are all important factors that will also help to increase the value of the property,” stated Greg Garner, chief of Belhasa Projects.
Belhasa Projects has constructed over 3,400 swimming pools in the GCC and other countries.
The Spata Gold that the company received is for a 15.45 metre pool featuring a Balinese Zen architecture which was concept designed by Serendipity and constructed by Belhasa Projects in Emirates Hills.
The company also received Silver at the Spata awards for the design and construction of a swimming pool for another villa located in Emirates Hills. In collaboration with the internationally renowned UK based Interior Design firm Candy & Candy, the pool was designed to have a contemporary look. The pool is nearly half of Olympic size in length complete with steps, seating areas, planted palm trees, and a mystically positioned gazebo with a water feature that gives a floating appearance in the evening when the lights are on.-TradeArabia News Service
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