|Client||Kerzner International Limited|
|Size||2,255,766 SF (209,563 SM) – Royal Towers; 113,730 SF (10,570 SM) – Conference Centre; 361,396 SF (33,587 SM) – Lost Chambers & Ambassador Tank; 241,210 SF (22,410 SM) – Retail Village; 42 acres – Aquaventure, Water Park with 784,170 SF (72,852 SM) of buildings|
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The Atlantis Hotel is the majestic focal point of Palm Jumeirah, Dubai’s extraordinary man-made archipelago. The hotel sits at the center of a seven-mile (11 kilometer) semi-circular breakwater that protects the palm island from the sea. Opened in September 2008, the project features a 1,539 key hotel complex, conference center, 42-acre water park, and three major aquariums that are home to more than 65,000 marine animals.
NORR had to address unique technical infrastructure requirements, comply with complex UAE regulations and deliver comprehensive architectural and engineering services during all stages of design and construction over a five-year period. We managed over 120 architects and engineers from 35 different consulting companies in nine countries across three continents and 12 time zones. Our proprietary software served as the project’s main information interface facilitating more than two million transactions during this massive and incredibly intricate project. Opening ahead of schedule, the Atlantis Hotel in Dubai exemplifies NORR’s credentials as a leading integrated global design firm. The property has won numerous international hospitality and amenity awards.
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