Client:

Orange Jordan (Jordon Telecom Group)

Location:

Amman, Jordan

Telecom, Media and Technology (TMT) City

land area 240,642 square meters
 
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The Project is a world-class mixed use development stretched on a plot land area of 240,642 m2. With a built-up area of approximately 870,000m2 (excluding underground parking space), the business oriented Smart City consists of grade “A” office space (at least 50% of the project), 4 and 5-star hotels, commercial center and all supporting service facilities.

The intention of the project is to attract international companies in Information Technology (IT), media, telecom and software sector to either function or to use it as a regional hub.

The development will be a landmark for the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordon as it incorporates public spaces, landscaped areas, community multi-use facility for events, promenades, parking and all necessary ancillary uses.

The site is strategically located at the outskirts of Amman city in a prime area off the Queen Alia airport road, 25 Km away from the airport, and at the intersection of a major future planned arterial east-west and north-south roads.

Scope

Master plan
Concept design
Project management
Topographic survey
Geotechnical investigation
Environmental impact assessment
Traffic impact study
Cost management
Business model
Market plan
Risk analysis

Types of activities

Architectural
Civil
Communications and security systems
Electrical
HVAC
Landscape
Mechanical
Roads
Structural

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