The scope of work included the paving and lighting of roads, the extension of electricity and telecommunications systems
Diyar Al Muharraq has completed secondary infrastructure works at Mozoon, a key development featuring residential plots overlooking the integrated city’s main water canal. Work on the project began in August last year and was completed within 12 months, in accordance with the timeline.
According to the developer, Hafeera Contracting was the main contractor on all secondary infrastructure works, while AECOM was the supervising consultant overseeing the project.
“This once again demonstrates the high-quality standards we consistently adopt across all of our projects. Mozoon offers luxury freehold residential plots for both citizens and residents of the Kingdom, ensuring that we cater to a wider segment of buyers seeking to experience living in a modern, sustainable and integrated city,” said Engineer Ahmed Ali Alammadi, CEO of Diyar Al Muharraq.
Launched in March 2021, Mozoon comprises residential waterfront plots overlooking the integrated residential city’s main water canal as well as inner plots reflective of a modern city life. It is part of Diyar Al Muharraq’s recent freehold schemes, and the latest milestone signifies the completion of the project’s basic infrastructure, the developer stated.
The scope of work included the paving and lighting of roads, the extension of electricity and telecommunications systems, as well as sewage and rainwater systems, in addition to the construction of power substations and the rehabilitation of drinking water.
Al Ahmmadi said Diyar Al Muharraq is the largest integrated residential city in the Kingdom, offering a variety of housing solutions and a luxurious modern lifestyle, all while preserving the core family values of the Bahraini society.
“It is equipped with a number of facilities that meet residents’ daily needs, including but not limited to mosques, parks, commercial complexes, hotels, schools and universities,” he continued.
Located in the northern part of Muharraq, the integrated residential city is spread over a 12sqkm area, with seven reclaimed islands with an area of 10sqkm and 40km of waterfronts and sandy beaches.