Barwa Real Estate Group, the developer of Al Khor Recreation Extension project; and Al Bader Construction and Steel Works, the project’s contractor; have recently completed 3.2mn safe man hours without lost time injury.
Both the companies have celebrated this high standard of safety and security measures applied throughout the project phases, Barwa said in a statement.
Engineer Issa bin Mohamed al-Mohannadi, vice chairman & managing director of Barwa, said: “We are pleased to be celebrating such an achievement in the safety and security standards being implemented within Barwa real estate developments and within Al Khor Recreation Extension project precisely. Barwa teams along with Al Bader Construction and Steel Works have proved their competence and achieved a milestone.”
Al Bader chairman Mohamed bin Ahmed al-Emadi said, “We have invested great time and resources to create awareness around safety and security among the teams working in our projects, which has its positive impact when it comes to saving lives and avoiding the wasted resources as well.”
Al-Mohannadi, along with projects managers of Barwa Real Estate, conducted a tour to check the facilities of Al Khor Recreation Extension project, which is located in Al Khor Industrial Area and built on a 69,757sq m area, which offers 516 residential units with a total construction area of 53,639sq m.
In addition, the project has a hypermarket, which covers 8,000sq m and a multi-use hall of up to 300sq m. The infrastructure works of the project offer one electrical substation and internal roads, as well as all the necessary services such as water, electricity, sewerage, irrigation, communications, surveillance cameras, parking lots, and pump rooms with water, fire and gas tanks.
Barwa said the project focuses on elevating the standard of living of workers in Al Khor City, offering them integrated recreational and sports facilities that serve residents there. The Al Khor Recreation Extension project is part of Al Khor Workers Sports Complex, which opened its doors to workers in 2014, aiming to serve more than 160,000 workers in Al Khor, Al Dhakira, and surrounding areas.
The project is built on a 245,000sq m area, including four football courts, four basketball courts, three volleyball courts, and three kabaddi stadiums, in addition to 35 shops.
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