Abu Dhabi General Services Company (Musanada) said it has completed a major school project collaboration with the Abu Dhabi Department of Education and Knowledge (Adek) at an investment of Dh129 million ($35 million).
The project has been built over a sprawling 50,000-sq-m area at the Shakhbout City in the context of the Abu Dhabi Future Schools Programme, Phase VI, Package 1.
This Musanada project comes as part of its efforts towards delivery of projects that avail facilities aligned to the emirate’s advanced educational level, remarked Ali Al Haj Al Mehairbi, the executive director, Building Construction Management Division at Musanada.
Besides it will also create an environment that will motivate students to explore their full potential and capabilities while focusing on investing in future generations as they are the most important factor for continuing the development and advancement process across all fields, he stated.
Unveiling the details, Al Mehairbi said: "Mleih School for Girls, built in Shakhbout City, will accommodate up to 2,100 C2 and C3 female students and will consist of 70 classrooms, administrative offices, a cafeteria, a multi-purpose internal sports hall, as well as a swimming pool, external playgrounds, music rooms, laboratories."
"The project conforms with standard specifications, be it in the design of classrooms, multipurpose halls, or the provision of an appropriate and attractive educational environment to cater to the needs of future generations," he stated.
Eiman Al Marzouqi, the infrastructure and facilities director at Adek, said: "The school was constructed in line with the latest international designs, including highest health and safety standards."
"The facility was equipped with latest technologies to properly serve the educational process, ensuring an attractive and interesting educational environment for students, as part of Adek’s efforts to provide an ideal school setting for students to facilitate their creativity and innovation," stated Al Marzouki.
"The school not only features sound security, educational appropriateness and sustainability but is also considered attractive and conducive to the spirit of activeness in students and teachers alike, as well as serving the local community and parents, which Musanada has aimed for in the project design and construction," she added.-TradeArabia News Service