MUSCAT: Saraya Bandar Jissah has awarded a consultant supervision contract to KEO International Consultants, which will oversee construction of residential zones Zaha, Nameer and Wajd along with the recreation club, ancillary buildings and staff accommodation.
A contract signed between Sheikh Hamood bin Sultan al Hosni, CEO of Saraya Bandar Jissah, and Donna Sultan, CEO of KEO International Consultants, marks a significant milestone in the development of the upcoming integrated tourism complex (ITC) – Saraya Bandar Jissah.
Construction work on site has gained momentum and KEO International, the fourth consultant to be signed on board, will provide engineering consultation and expertise to deliver a successful project while maintaining the global standards and international quality, a press release said on Saturday.
Sheikh Hamood said, “As a truly luxurious development, it is our commitment to deliver the highest standards of excellence to our customers. We are pleased to have chosen KEO – one of the best in their field for this task, and are confident that the contract will be administered and managed by a highly qualified team of construction professionals, responsible for streamlining all the consultants’ and contractors’ efforts towards the delivery of international standards of quality.”
As a supervision consultant, KEO will oversee residential complexes, recreational facilities, landscaped areas, ancillary services and accommodation blocks for the hotel staff. The significance of this contract lies within the size of manpower expected to be deployed for a full-fledged engineering team, knowledgeable of all engineering disciplines namely architectural, structural, MEP, landscaping, and quantity surveying.
On being awarded the contract, Donna said, “We are excited to be a part of this unique project and thank Saraya Bandar Jissah for having us on board. We hope to bring together our extensive capabilities to the Saraya Bandar Jissah project. KEO has been awarded for our high level executive input and oversight to all our projects in the past and we look forward to having the same impact on this upcoming development.”
SOURCE: Muscat Daily