UAE contracting giant ASGC, which is the main contractor for the Accor Group-operated 25hours Hotel in Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) has confirmed that it is on track to achieve handover for the project.
ASGC is on track to handover 25Hours Hotel in Dubai, it is the first property outside of Europe for the disruptive German hotel brand. This hotel concept by Accor group of hotels, provides contemporary solutions to the cosmopolitan urban traveler’s needs.#25hourshotel #ASGCgroup pic.twitter.com/7Ju7oWfQAP— ASGC (@ASGCUAE) September 3, 2020
The property is the first one outside Europe, marking the regional debut of Accor Group, with a 434-room hotel in DWTC’s One Central development. The hotel will comprise ten storeys, one ground level, and four basement levels, Construction Week previously reported.
The hotel will span a total built-up area of more than 9ha; it will host a mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) plant on the roof; and 271 solar panels that will cater to a third of the hotel’s hot water demand, Construction Week stated in an exclusive report.
Once open, the property will become the largest 25hours Hotel worldwide. As per its initial plan, ASGC employed building information modelling (BIM) processes throughout the design phase.
Consultancy and construction company Mace is the consultant for the project.
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