Taameer picks Hill International to manage 5-star resort project
- Oman: Thursday, February 28 - 2013 at 04:17
Omani developer Taameer Investment Co has named Hill International as the project manager for a five-star resort project in Dhofar governorate, Muscat Daily has reported. Under the OR1m, three-year contract, Hill International will manage the design and construction services for the OR60m Dhofar Beach Resort project. The resort, owned and developed by Taameer Investment, will comprise 300 rooms, including 130 hotel rooms, 85 serviced apartments and 85 luxury villas.
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