Azizi awards firefighting system supply contract for Riviera & Park Avenue to NAFFCO

By Arya M Nair, Official Reporter
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Azizi Developments, a leading private developer in the UAE, has signed an agreement valued at $5.4 million with NAFFCO, to supply high-quality firefighting systems for its mega-project Riviera and Park Avenue, both situated in the highly sought-after Mohammed Bin Rashid City.

Dubai-based NAFFCO will provide high-end fire alarms, central batteries, sprinklers, pump rooms, fire separation systems, fire extinguishers, hose reels and cabinets.

Riviera is part of Azizi Developments’ award-winning portfolio. It is a premium waterfront lifestyle destination located in the heart of MBR City that is planned to comprise 75 mid-rise buildings with approximately 16,000 residences upon its completion. The project is conveniently located in the midst of all the business, leisure, and retail hubs of the city.

Farhad Azizi
Farhad Azizi
Azizi Developments

“Safety is a vital aspect of, and central, fundamental consideration in, real estate development. We are delighted to partner with NAFFCO, one of the world’s leading producers and suppliers in this realm. Its high-quality fire safety systems are among the best in the world, with this manufacturer having built a solid, far-reaching reputation for itself.”

Park Avenue comprises 372 residential and 29 retail units, with each of the three buildings having its own fully equipped gym and swimming pool. Work is progressing swiftly, with the structure of Park Avenue I being 84 percent complete and Park Avenue II and III’s structures now having reached 96 percent and 97 percent, respectively.

Designed to introduce the French-Mediterranean lifestyle to Dubai, which is not merely about architectural art but also about a certain ‘joie de vivre’, a celebration of life, Riviera represents a new landmark destination that is both residential and commercial, with an abundance of retail space.

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