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Nakheel invites bids for ‘The Boardwalk’

Dubai, April 16, 2014

Dubai-based property developer Nakheel has invited bids for a new attraction that will extend along the entire length of the outer breakwater of Palm Jumeirah’s Crescent.
 
'The Boardwalk' will be a six-metre wide, 11-km long pedestrian pathway designed to be a leisure and recreation destination for residents and tourists, said a statement.
 
It will feature two 100-metre piers, stretching into the waters of the Gulf and offering extensive views of the Palm Jumeirah and Dubai’s skyline, it said.
 
The scope of work will include the designing and building of an elevated boardwalk about the rock revetment on the outer side of the Palm Jumeirah crescent which includes associated modification works to the existing breakwater; and two piled deck piers including restaurant buildings.
 
The tender document can be obtained upon submission of a non-refundable tender fee of Dh30,000 ($8,166) from April 20 from Nami Offices in Dubai, said the statement.
 
The deadline for the duly completed bids is May 28, it added. - TradeArabia News Service



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