Project Management Theory And Practice

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La Ville Contemporaine Business BayPhase 1 & 2 Infrastructure WorksSpread across an impressive area of 64 million square feet of freehold projects, Business Bay spells innovation in terms of opportunity, lifestyle, and features. Commercial and residential towers amidst landscaped gardens and a network of roads, pathways and canals are set to usher in a lifestyle of class and convenience.This ambitious development will harness Dubai Creek's legendary heritage of trade and give it a modern facelift. Set along a new extension of Dubai Creek extending form Ras Al Khor to Sheikh Zayed Road, Business Bay will be the new growth corridor of commercial Dubai, offering a model environment ...view middle of the document...

LVC is a prestigious development that will rejuvenate an underutilized parcel of land, approximately 3,486 Ha in area. LVC is situated south and southwest of Dubai International Airport, approximately 12km from the old Central Business District of the Dubai Urban Area. The vision for LVC is to create a unique development covering the whole Ras al Khor area with a variety of land uses linked together with a significant water domain that could be extended from the existing Dubai Creek towards Al Quoz to link with the Gulf.· Business Bay forms the commercial heart of LVC, and establishes a new, modern Central Business District (CBD) for Dubai. Like Manhattan in New York or the Ginza in Tokyo, the Business Bay Central Business District (CBD) precinct of Dubai will provide the most significant business centre for city and the Gulf.Business Bay, which will become a high-density city centre, with tall residential and commercial towers rising from interconnected podium structures which will contain arcades, retail uses, porte-cocheres, entry lobbies and car parking. Phases 1 and 2 of Business Bay will support over 82 million square feet of development, over 70,000 residents and over 135,000 employees. The whole of Business Bay will support over 200,000 residents.Project Data and Executive Summary:Project:La Ville ContemporaineBusiness Bay Phase 1 & 2Infrastructure Works - Package 2Client (Employer):Dubai Properties (DP)Consultant (Engineer):Halcrow International Partnership (HIP)Contractor:Al Naboodah Engineering (LLC) (ANE)Contract Price:756,949,726.17 UAE Dirham(Less 0.6717654% discount)Commencement Date:15 July 2006Time for Completion:600 daysCompletion Date:5 March 2008Section Completions:Service Tunnels ST 4 & 5(450 days 7 October 2007)Scope of Works:The Project area comprises 436.604 hacters between the new Burj Dubai development and the existing Al Khail Road (Highway 44).· Package 2 Works comprise:· Roads with lighting network· Foul Sewerage gravity system· Storm water gravity system draining to new creek· Irrigation network· Potable water distribution network· Electrical and telecommunications duct system· Dedicated fire-fighting system with hydrants, holding tanks and pumps.· Bridges, Service Tunnels and CausewaysSection 1(Part A)A-1) Client Involved:Clients have continued to be closely involved in the review, and are represented by the British Property Federation (BPF) and the chartered institute of purchasing and supply (CIPS).P 1, 1.2, constructing the Team, Sir Michael Latham, Final report, July 1994.Main sponsors and planners for the project from inception up to its completion. It is also the internal project manager for the execution of the project. Committed involvement is being exercised by it in the selection & approval process for high quality materials with an aim of achieving the best standards of construction.Stakeholders:What is St...


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