United Development Company (UDC), a leading Qatari shareholding company and master developer of The Pearl-Qatar, has announced that it has marked another milestone in the development of Al Mutahidah Towers with the construction of the residential towers’ connecting bridge.
In a statement, UDC said the connecting bridge is the most complicated structure of the project and also a unique feature among towers at The Pearl-Qatar.
The construction of the bridge involved scaffolding over 12 floors at a height of 60m, in addition to massive steel reinforcements as well as concrete slabs and beams spanning an area of 600sqm, which will join the two towers from the 12th till the 24th floor.
“This major achievement reflects UDC’s commitment to completing one of the most attractive residential projects in Qatar within deadline by the fourth
quarter of 2019,” UDC said.
Al Mutahidah Towers consist of high-end connected towers offering accommodation units of various dimensions, including studios and luxury apartments, as well as high-level penthouses. The towers also boast of panoramic sea-views and direct access to the beach, the statement notes.
Comprising 480 apartments in the relaxed beachfront precinct of Viva Bahriya at The Pearl-Qatar, the project has “attracted strong interest from visitors and investors at Cityscape Qatar 2018 with three sale phases successfully achieved in record time”, UDC has said.
UDC had laid the cornerstone for the construction of Al Mutahidah Towers back in February 2017 with Leighton Contracting carrying out construction works of the project’s buildings.
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