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Trevi secures Middle Eastern foundation contracts valued at £100M

Italy’s Trevi Group has announced that it has secured contracts valued at €130M (£100M) in the Middle East, which include foundations work in Istanbul, Dubai, Oman and Abu Dhabi.

In Turkey, Trevi will undertake ground engineering work for a new cruise terminal in Istanbul’s Port of Galata, while in Dubai the company has secured a deal to construct the foundations for the high rise ICD Brookfield Place development.

In Oman, Trevi has been award contracts for the foundations work on Tiara United Towers, the Mediclinic Hospital and two other towers in Muscat. The company has also said that it has signed a contract for a real estate development in Abu Dhabi.

Trevi Istanbul

Trevi Istanbul

In Turkey, Trevi will undertake ground engineering work for a new cruise terminal in Istanbul’s Port of Galata

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