SSH to design six plots for Kuwait City masterplan

SSH has been selected to provide architectural and interior design consultancy services for six plots of the new Hessah Al Mubarak masterplan in Kuwait City.

The firm will also be working on the landscape, structural, civil, mechanical and electrical engineering design, as well as quantity surveying, and tender documentation.

The scope of works includes the development of five residential towers with associated parking facilities, and low-rise townhouses.

The six plots include Plot 52,  a luxury 1,830m2 residential tower with 74 apartments distributed over 26 floors and Plots 50 and 51 which comprise luxury waterfront residential twin towers with a total area of 5,506m2, with 212 apartments distributed over 42 floors, including a mechanical floor.

Other plots include Plot 160, Plots 158 and 159; including twin towers, and low-rise buildings, made up of townhouse duplexes.

SSH has additionally completed the design and supervision of infrastructure works, which were constructed by Al Ahmadiah Contracting and Trading Company.

The Hessah Al Mubarak Development includes 82 plots for residential buildings (high-, medium- and low-rise apartment buildings and duplexes); serviced apartments; offices; clinics; health clubs; commercial activities; retail; food and beverage (F&B) outlets, a mosque and a multistorey car park building.

The land allocation for the project spans 227,066m2 of which close to 50 per cent is dedicated to public services and amenities. This includes gardens, open public spaces, urban plazas, streets and multistorey public parking and utilities.

Gardens and green areas across the project make up 23,400m2.

The firm has also recently been appointed to provide supervision for design and construction of the infrastructure for the Hasabi Waterfront Development in the Kingdom of Bahrain.

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