The Blue Tower is a 72
floor (317 m) super tall skyscraper on Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai. The
construction started in 2006 and was completed in 2010. Designed by architect
Al Hashemi, the building is residential, and it secondary usages are
commercial. Blue tower is the second tallest residential building in Dubai, and
fourth tallest residential building in the world with 454 residential
Kingston have been
awarded consultancy contracts by Dubai International Real Estate (DIRE) for the
Blue Tower to prepare a “Rebutting Report” and “Counter Claim” against the
contractor for a multimillion Dirham prolongation and extension of time claim.
Later on 2013, Kingston represented DIRE throughout the entire arbitration, and led a team of Baker Botts, Navigant, Deloitt and JLL.
Kingston have been appointed by a UK educational Consortium, led by NESCOT to assist them in the preparation of their financial feasibility and formal bid submission for the operations and management of the 2,000 student Jeddah Female College in Saudi Arabia. Jeddah female college was built as part of a 200 college programme by TVTC and is capable of accommodating up to 2,000 students and specialises in IT, Business & Administration, Beauty, Jewellery and Fashion.
Kingston built the financial model and full bid documents and worked with the consortium during the preferred bidder stage. The consortium was finally successful in their bid and Kingston are now working with them to rehabilitate the college, fit it out and to carry out operational management during the 5-year life cycle of the contract.
The Project is the construction of Permanent Community Buildings in connection with the downstream design, engineering and construction for the liquefaction plant located at Cabo Delgado Province near the coastal town of Palma, Mozambique. The site is located on the Indian Ocean coastline of Mozambique just west of the Island of Llha Tecomagi referred to as “Fungi”. China Petroleum Engineering & Construction Corporation (abbreviated to CPECC) is affiliated to China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) and is a CNPC professional company specializing in oil engineering, manufacturing, construction and lump-sum contracting. It is now the most representative company of CNPC in domestic and international petroleum project construction. Kingston have been awarded a contract by CPECC to support them in their tender for the construction of Permanent Community Buildings in connection with the downstream design, engineering and construction for the liquefaction plant located near Palma, Mozambique.
Kingston has been appointed by HKR Architects to work with them on the master planning of Kabul New City in Afghanistan, providing high level cost advice on this large and complex project. Kabul New City is a mixed use development on a 13 million square metre plot. The Scope of this project is Parcel 2 Phase 1, specifically located in the southern end of Dehsabz South on the existing Kabul – Bagram Road.
The total area of Parcel 2 is approximately 1,275 Ha (12.75 km2), comprising detached houses, apartment buildings, Central / Commercial Offices Zone, Peripheral Commercial/ Offices zone, light industrial Zone, Social/ Public facilities, Recreation facilities, parks and greenery.
The scheme is expected to provide a minimum of 12,000 housing units.
Kingston has been appointed by EMAAR to carry out a high-level redesign and financial feasibility for units at the Gold & Diamond Park. The project includes the preparation of concept designs, engineering studies supporting by a full return on investment model.
The Gold and Diamond Park is a luxurious mall with an unrivalled selection of leading retailers showcasing the most exquisite collections of gold, diamond and fine jewelry located directly on Sheikh Zayed Road. Gold & Diamond Park earned the trusted reputation as Dubai's leading destination for Gold and Diamond Jewelry.