SSH selected as design consultant for Hessah Al Mubarak District project

Projects include plots for residential buildings, commercial towers, and other amenities

SSH has announced that it has been appointed as the design consultant for the Hessah Al Mubarak mixed-use district project in Kuwait. The total leasable built-up area of the district will be 381,000 sqm. which will include 82 plots for residential buildings, serviced apartments, offices, clinics, health clubs, commercial activities, retail, and food and beverage offerings.

According to a statement from SSH, the district’s location and proximity to the downtown business hub is an added advantage for its residents and for those who will work there. This urban cluster combines leisure, retail, offices and living areas with the assurance of delivering a quality lifestyle, it added.

Apart from quantity surveying, preparing tender documentation and delivering permitting and tendering services, SSH is carrying out design consultancy services, which encompass architectural, interior design, landscape, structural, civil and MEP engineering design for various plots located in different segments within the master plan.

Georges Riachi, project director at SSH said: “SSH is proud to be spearheading the high-end residential development sector of Kuwait at Hessah Al Mubarak District. The SSH team has brought together a unique arrangement of distinctive expertise across the various building design disciplines to create several timeless landmarks that will enrich the developing skyline of Kuwait’s coast. We are delighted to be an integral part of this unique development and are excited to deliver an end result that will exceed our Client’s expectations.”

Hessah Al Mubarak’s packages 8 and 9 have now reached the tendering stage, the company notified. SSH also added that it is proud to work with Sheikh Salem Humoud Al Salem Al Sabah on the design of Hessah Al Mubarak- the first-ever comprehensive, mixed-use district in Kuwait.


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