Red Sea company hires WSP to ensure preservation in Coral Bloom project

Red Sea company hires WSP to ensure preservation in Coral Bloom project
The island is located in the Al Wajh lagoon, which is home to one of the world’s largest barrier reef systems and a number of endangered species. (Supplied)
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Updated 02 June 2021

Red Sea company hires WSP to ensure preservation in Coral Bloom project

Red Sea company hires WSP to ensure preservation in Coral Bloom project
  • The Shurayyah Island resorts make up the majority of the 16 hotels in the first phase of the Red Sea project

DUBAI: The Red Sea Development Company (TRSDC) has hired the Middle East unit of global consultancy firm WSP to provide an environmental and social impact assessment for its Coral Bloom resorts project.
WSP Middle East’s work includes identifying habitats affected during the project’s lifecycle to ensure sustainability, regeneration, and preservation, the company said in a statement
The Shurayyah Island resorts make up the majority of the 16 hotels in the first phase of the Red Sea project, due to welcome its first guests by the end of 2022 and complete in 2023.
The island is located in the Al Wajh lagoon, which is home to one of the world’s largest barrier reef systems and a number of endangered species.