(MENAFN) Lindner Depa Interiors, a joint venture of Depa Limited, said that it has won a second Dubai Metro contract worth 66.7 million for the fit-out of 11 Green Line stations, Khaleej Times reported.
The project has an expected completion date in the fourth quarter of 2010. This is the joint venture's second Metro contract win, having been awarded the works for the complete fit-out of 13 of the Red Line stations in April 2008.
Lindner Depa's scope of work involves the fit out of ceilings, wall claddings and glass works using materials and images to simulate three of the themes of the Green Line stations; which are Fire, Water and Heritage.
The Green Line will have 23 stations in total and will be 22.5km long. Twenty five driverless trains travelling at a maximum speed of 90 km per hour will serve the Bur Dubai and Deira areas.
Lindner Depa was appointed by JT Metro Joint Venture, a consortium comprising of Obayashi Corporation, Kajima Corporation and Yapi Merkezi Insaat ve Sanayi.
Lindner Depa was formed between Depa and Lindner Group, a leading interior contractor in Europe, in December 2007. The joint venture served to consolidate Depa's leading position in the Middle East and North Africa and broaden its services to include airports, infrastructure projects and hospitals.