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Bahrain Marina development ... a key project for Linesight.

Bahrain Marina development ... a key project for Linesight.

Linesight manages over $10bn projects in GCC

November 2018

Leading international construction consultancy Linesight has announced that it is currently working on projects worth more than $10 billion across the Middle East covering a wide range of sectors.The company, which is celebrating a decade of its UAE operations – since opening its regional Middle Eastern office at Dubai in 2008 –  has registered an average annual revenue growth of 6.6 per cent.

A key player in the region, Linesight offers consultancy services, focusing on cost and project management, across a wide number of industry sectors including retail, commercial, hospitality and data centre. Its most notable projects include the $430-million Bahrain Marina mixed-use development; and the $4-billion Thakher City mixed-use development in Makkah, and the MAF City Centre Ishbiliyah in Riyadh, both in Saudi Arabia.

In addition to the project and design management for Bahrain Marina, Linesight is currently involved in the Al Sahel Hotel Development in Bahrain.

On completion, the Bahrain Marina will boast a 250-berth marina, a five-star hotel, a host of F&B (food and beverage) and leisure amenities, luxury villas and a 600-unit residential tower overlooking the sea, said the company.

Elsewhere in the GCC, Linesight is involved in several projects in Saudi Arabia, including the $293-million Al Faisaliah District redevelopment project in Riyadh, which involves the upgrade of Al Khozama’s retail, hospitality and commercial assets starting with the refurbishment of the Al Faisaliah Mall.

According to Linesight, the UAE continues to be a key market, with multiple public and private sector projects in the pipeline. The company is providing cost and project management for several developments including hospitality and residential marquee developments on The Palm.

This is in addition to several real estate projects, including the Californian Residences in Dubailand where the company’s experienced team is project managing the mixed-use $150-million project, it added.  

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