UAE’s Azizi inks deal with US-based Cummins for Riviera project

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Desk Reporter
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UAE’s leading private developer, Azizi Developments has partnered with American multinational corporation Cummins in order to facilitate the supply of its power generators for the developer’s flagship waterfront project, Riviera, in Dubai.

Riviera is part of Azizi’s award-winning portfolio. It is a waterfront-lifestyle destination conveniently located in the center of Mohammed Bin Rashid City (MBR City), one of Dubai’s most sought-after destinations.

Cummins products cover diesel, natural gas, electric and hybrid powertrains, and powertrain-related components, including filtration, after treatment, turbochargers, fuel systems, controls systems, air handling systems, automated transmissions, electric power generation systems, batteries, electrified power systems, hydrogen generation, and fuel cell products.

Farhad Azizi
Farhad Azizi
Azizi Developments

“We are pleased to announce our partnership with Cummins Inc as part of our commitment to procuring only the best of components. Our developments are known for delivering unrivaled modern luxury — a design and construction philosophy that distinguishes us and assures investor satisfaction. Cummins Inc was chosen as the best fit to power up our buildings at Riviera.”

In June, Azizi Developments appointed Shelfco Metal Industries to supply and install SAF panels for 11 of its buildings across Riviera’s Phase 3.

Furthermore, Azizi Developments signed a contract with Al Qudrah Lightings in September to light up Riviera. Al Qudrah Lightings will be responsible for the supply of indoor lighting for phases 1 and 2 of Riviera, Azizi’s French Mediterranean-inspired residential and commercial neighborhood in MBR City.

Recently, Azizi Developments announced the addition of a 2.7-kilometer-long crystal lagoon to Riviera, covering an area of over 130,026 square meters that will stretch across the entirety of the community.

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