$8.16mn project will span a total of 426,000sqm and will be built to the highest standards of environment sustainability
Abu Dhabi General Services Company, Musanada, has announced the commencement of Phase Two construction works at the Delaija Wildlife Management Centre, which is a project executed for the Environment Agency – Abu Dhabi (EAD) at a total cost of $8.16 million.
The project, spanning over a total area of 426,000 square metres, involves the construction of administrative offices, a veterinary clinic, employee accommodation, various utilities, as well as hospital lounge.
In a statement, Musanada said that the execution of the two phases of the Delaija Wildlife Management Centre project is part of efforts to realise the vision of the Abu Dhabi Government towards striking a balance between growth and conservation of the environment and biodiversity, and raising awareness of its importance and the need for conservation of wild species.
Assuring its commitment to fulfil the various phases of the project by applying the highest standards of environmental sustainability while adopting innovative sustainable solutions, the company pointed out that it was keen on reducing energy and water consumption rates; ensuring the maximum utilisation of sunlight and implementing the highest quality standards.
It also indicated that all the materials used in the project are being recyclable, thereby achieving the maximum appropriate environmental requirements.
Phase One of the Delaija project was delivered last year. The breeding and conservation centre is home to over 1,000 animals.