Assoufid development phase 2 construction to be managed by Hill International

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Phase two construction of Assoufid development in Marrakech, the fourth largest city in the Kingdom of Morocco is set to be managed by Hill International, Inc.

The American construction consulting firm was appointed by United Real Estate Company (URC), one of the Middle East’s leading real estate development companies and the developer of Assoufid.

About the Assoufid development

The Assoufid development is a luxury mixed-use integrated tourism and residential resort with commercial, retail, and hospitality components.

It is set in a rugged, 2.5 million square meters landscape featuring stunning views of the Atlas Mountains and an extraordinary collection of comfort and amenities including a multi-award-winning 18-hole golf course recognized as the best course in Africa, entertainment venues, fine dining, high-end villas, and apartments, and a community center with tennis courts and other fitness options.

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Additionally, the project features premium residences, guest rooms, retail, and dining venues, as well as other auxiliary infrastructure.

Mr. Waleed Abdel-Fattah comment

Commenting on the appointment, Mr. Waleed Abdel-Fattah who is the Senior Vice President and Managing Director of Hill’s North Africa Region said, “Our team has seen development in general, hotel and hospitality development specifically sustain strong growth in this North African contry in recent years.

The Assoufid Project however represents something of a new benchmark for destinations in the region, as it raises the bar for developments taking advantage of the surrounding landscape and breathtaking terrain, without compromising the level of service and comfort today’s guests expect.”

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