S&T Dubai wins interior fit-out contract for the Royal Atlantis

S&T Interiors and Contracting in Dubai has won two contracts for The Royal Atlantis Resort & Residences, across its rooms and back-of-house areas

The Royal Atlantis Resorts & Residences
The Royal Atlantis Resorts & Residences

S&T Interiors and Contracting in Dubai has won two contracts for the Royal Atlantis Resort & Residences project on the Palm Jumeirah.

The contracts include the complete interior fit-out of the 219 apartments and all back-of-house areas. The project is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2019.

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S&T executive director - international operations K.S. Ravikumar said in a statement: "We are delighted to be working on the next modern wonder of Dubai and showcase our capabilities as a leading turnkey fit-out partner for luxury bespoke solutions in the GCC region."

S&T Dubai CEO Ali Malas added: "Being awarded this contract is a testament to what S&T can deliver in terms of quality, finesse, expertise and global skill set. It is indeed an iconic project that we are proud to be part of and we intend to provide service, par excellence."

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