Georgian company HPM, representing Archi, who is building a new casino hotel in the town of Kobuleti, has selected Hill International for the construction.
Archi is continuing to invest in Georgian housing and hospitality infrastructure by developing new hotel-type apartments on a plot of approximately 20,000 SM in the southwestern part of Georgia along the coast of the Black Sea.
“We are happy to extend our project management capabilities in the Georgian real estate market,” said Serdar Gucar, Hill Vice President and Managing Director for Turkey and the Community of Independent States. “It is an honour to pair with such a successful partner as HPM and support their future investments by adding our global expertise in project management.”
The client’s plan is to build more than 100,000 sq. m. of hotel-type apartments spread over three buildings of approximately 40 floors each. The project also includes a 4-star hotel, restaurants, a ballroom, indoor and outdoor pools, a casino, and sport and entertainment facilities. Upon completion, Archi’s investment will contribute significantly to the tourism industry in the Adjara region of southwestern Georgia, adding a new landmark destination to a region under continuous development.
Hill will provide project management, construction management, and site supervision services across all stages of the project: design procurement and design management stage, construction management for construction and fit-out stage, and commissioning management stage.
“Hill has a very strong presence in the CIS region and a successful track of iconic projects implemented there,” said Raouf Ghali, Hill International’s Chief Executive Officer. “Mixing worldwide experience with local knowhow in partnership with local industry leaders has always proved beneficial to local communities. The local team looks forward to bringing that benefit to HPM, Archi, and Kobuleti.”