Doha, UAE: Msherieb Properties has announced awarding the contract for major construction work of Phase Four — the last phase of Msheireb Downtown Doha — to Teyseer Contracting Company and Consolidated Contractors Company (CCC).
Spread over 132,000 square metres of gross floor area, Phase Four, the announcement revealed, will consist of the following: the development’s tallest building, a public plaza and 11 mixed-use buildings, which include commercial offices, residential and retail space, 5-star hotels, six car parking basements and a medical office building containing clinical and administrative spaces. The area, it added, will also offer residents and tenants access to Msheireb station, reportedly the largest Doha Metro station, which marks the crossing of Qatar Rail’s three metro lines, the Red, Green and Gold Lines.
The company highlighted that the newly appointed partners, in collaboration with Msheireb Properties, are ensuring that the project stands up to the demands of modern life and the testing conditions that the local environment presents.
“We are delighted to working with Teyseer Contracting Company and Consolidated Contractors Company,” said Ali Al Kuwari, Chief Officer for Design and Delivery at Msheireb Properties. “Their wealth of expertise, local knowledge, and commitment to Qatar’s 2030 vision provide us with the confidence that together we will deliver the highest quality of standards, and create an iconic project that enhances the city’s urban landscape.”
Osama Al Jarbi, the General Manager of Consolidated Contractors Company, added: “The joint venture of Teyseer Contracting Company, TCC and Consolidated Contractors Company, allow us to enhance our services and contribute towards a world class destination that improves the aesthetics of the city and makes living and working more convenient and comfortable. On this occasion, we have the honour to partner with Msheireb Properties and we are commit to delivering exceptional quality of work and utmost professionalism, which all parties have become distinguished with.”