United School International, for which United Development Company (UDC) has named Orbital Education as the operator, will adopt the British educational curriculum and accommodate 2,500 students with 102 classrooms,
Informing this, UDC has said in a statement that 11 classrooms will accommodate early years while 91 classrooms will cater to primary and secondary school students.
The three-floor school will be located in the Giardino Village Precinct at The Pearl-Qatar. It will span an area of 44,000sq m and feature a 500sq m library, a dining room, an auditorium, a swimming pool area, sports halls, playgrounds, 3,000sq m open courtyards and parking spaces.
UDC has also signed an agreement with Al Darwish Engineering Company for the construction works of the school.
As for the Floresta Gardens project, each of the three compounds will consist of standalone and semi-attached villas with access to facilities that include a clubhouse, swimming pools and green spaces, among other amenities. Residents of the gated compounds will also enjoy access to a retail centre serving the Floresta Gardens Precinct.
UDC has awarded the contract for the design and construction works of the three gated compounds to Ramaco Trading & Contracting Company.
Located in the south of Floresta Gardens, the first compound will comprise eight standalone villas, each consisting of a swimming pool and built-up area of 500sq m, along with 40 semi-attached villas, each with a built-up area of 420sq m and a swimming pool, in addition to a 500sq m clubhouse.
Situated to the north of the first compound, the second compound will consist of 11 standalone villas featuring a swimming pool and a 500sq m built-up area along with 24 semi-attached villas, each consisting of a built-up area of 420sq m, in addition to a 500sq m clubhouse.
The third and last compound, located north of the second compound, will be home to six 500sq m standalone villas featuring swimming pools and 25 row villas each consisting of a built-up area of 380sq m, in addition to a 500sq m clubhouse.
"The development of United School International and the three gated compounds in Floresta Gardens Precinct is part of UDC’s plans to expand its offerings across The Pearl-Qatar, which is home to around 32,000 residents, a community that is growing rapidly," the statement adds.
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