Construction progresses on Abu Dhabi’s $1.2bn Reem Mall

Construction of the mall commenced in late 2017.

Reem Mall construction site.
Reem Mall construction site.

Al Farwaniya Property Developments showcased the construction progress of its $ 1.2bn Reem Mall project in Abu Dhabi.

Construction of the mall commenced in late 2017, and within the first few months, 13 tower cranes have been erected and raft foundation works are well advanced with over 55,000m3 – more than 9,000 truckloads – of concrete set in place, and over 5,500 tonnes of reinforcement installed.

In addition the superstructure of the project is now underway with the first suspended slab’s recently poured and vertical works progressing across the whole site.


Commenting on the construction update, Shane Eldstrom, chief executive officer of Al Farwaniya Property Developments, said: “We’re very excited about the pace at which Reem Mall construction is progressing. The cranes are on site, we have nearly completed the substructure and have already completed several sections of floor in the superstructure. We look forward to delivering this world class destination, to the people of Abu Dhabi and the wider UAE.”

Al Farwaniya Property Developments also announced that infrastructure works had commenced with geotechnical investigations required for the projects elevated roads which will when completed provide unparalleled access to the mall for visitors.

Reem Mall site is located in the Najmat District on Reem Island, the residential and commercial master development by Reem Developers. Reem Island is planned to have a population of 200,000 upon completion.

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