TRSDC awards Sheybarah Resort’s villas deliver & install contract to Mammoet

By Arya M Nair, Official Reporter
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Mr. John Pagano & Mr. Jack van den Brink at the signing ceremony

The Red Sea Development Company (TRSDC), the Saudi developer behind the world’s most ambitious regenerative tourism project, and Mammoet, the global leader in engineered heavy lifting and transport, have signed the contract for Sheybarah Island Resort.

Sheybarah hotel is a 73-key hyper luxury resort on Sheybarah island, located in the southeast of the archipelago on the Red Sea. The island is home to a highly diverse environment with mangroves, white sand dune beaches and some of the most beautiful and pristine coral reefs in the world hosting many species of fish and other marine animals.

The resort, designed by Dubai-based architectural firm Killa Design, comprises uniquely shaped overwater and beach villas, arrival, front of house and F&B buildings and other facilities.

The approach to the façade design was to minimize the visual impact of the architecture on the environment by employing a highly reflective polished stainless steel cladding that reflects the natural surroundings: the ocean, the sky, sand dunes and the reef below.

John Pagano
John Pagano

“This partnership is a testament to our commitment to remain at the forefront of delivering sustainable infrastructure through specialized engineering at the Red Sea. A shared vision to do better and set new global standards is essential as we develop world-class destinations and more specifically our unique resort on Sheybarah Island.”

The villas are being built offsite by metal production specialist, Grankraft Industries in Sharjah. Under the scope of the contract, Mammoet is commissioned to deliver 73 prefabricated villas from Grankraft’s yard to the site and install them onto their foundations, on the beach and over water.

“We are very excited at the opportunity to work with The Red Sea Development Company and support them with the construction of the most spectacular and most sustainable hotels in the world. Having handled a wide range of projects in the Kingdom for over 40 years, we remain committed to accommodate the growing number of projects in the Kingdom and bringing our global engineered heavy lifting and transport expertise,” added Mr. Jack van den Brink, Managing Director for Mammoet Middle East and Africa.

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