Work Commenced on Dubai’s The Island, featuring MGM, Bellagio and Aria Hotels.

Architecture firm Brewer Smith Brewer Group (BSBG) revealed in a statement on their website that they have commenced marine and enabling works on Wasl Hospitality and Leisure’s The Island Project. The Island Project which was designed by Dutch architects UN Studio will feature popular Las Vegas Hotels brands like MGM, Bellagio, and Aria for the first time in UAE.

 

BSBG confirmed that they will be delivering lead consultancy, executive architecture, structural engineering, and construction supervision services for The Island.

 

The Island is located on a 10.5 ha island off the coast of Umm Suqeim in Dubai and will feature 1,400 hotel rooms, suites, and apartments along with retail, food, and beverage, and anchored entertainment options.

 

The Island Project expected to create a huge number of jobs in both the construction and Facility Management sector.

Keeping a track of previous such projects and the construction jobs they have created, it’s safe to say that the next two years we could see Overseas Recruitment Agencies gaining a lot of market prominence.

 

One such prominent Overseas Recruitment Agency is ABC International Placement Services. This overseas recruitment agency has been in the business of sourcing and providing recruitment solutions for the last 37 years and has been instrumental in providing quality employees to companies like Samsung, Huawei, etc.

 

Check out ABC’s website for more info on how they are helping companies in the Gulf region simplify sourcing employees in the Construction and Facility Management Domain.

 

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Company Name: ABC International

Email: nikhilm@abchr.net

Address: 6, Community Center, Behind McDonald’s, Ashok Vihar, Naraina,

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Website: https://www.abchr.net/

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