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Local Name:
موشنجيت دبي
Former Name(s):
Dubai Adventure Studios
07 Sep 2014
Construction Start:
Apr 2014
18 Dec 2016
37 ha
  1. Bevy is offline themeparX Top Investigator
    Join Date
    Feb 2015
    As much as 88 per cent of the design elements are complete, and the missing elements need only be done after the main attractions take shape. Another big plus is that 64 per cent of the resort’s utility and road network are also complete. As of now more than 5,000 workers are on site — on three shifts a day — from the 2,000 odd that were there two months ago. By the end of the year, infrastructure related works would have crossed the 65 per cent mark, which would include the access bridges on Shaikh Zayed Road.

  2. Dubus is offline Park Investigator
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    Feb 2015
    3. Motiongate Movie Theme Park (Sony, Smurfs, DreamWorks etc.):

  3. Fuzzy I know but progress is clearly visible:


    After (2nd Feb 2015)

  4. “DreamWorks zone will house 12 engaging attractions and new-generation rides, as well as character-themed dining and retail outlets based on popular animated feature films such as How to Train your Dragon, Shrek, Madagascar, and Kung Fu Panda. All under one roof, the zone would be large enough to fit the equivalent of eight football fields.”

  5. Press release and Who's Who:

    The senior management team of Dubai Parks and Resorts is comprised of industry stalwarts and individuals with relevant and significant local experience. Under the strategic guidance of CEO Raed Al Nuaimi, the team is poised to bring the vision of Dubai Parks & Resorts to reality.

    The seven member Dubai Parks & Resorts senior management team consists of:
    Paul La France, Chief Projects Officer, who has 37 years of experience in entertainment and hospitality development and has contributed to high-profile greenfield projects, for companies such as Walt Disney and Universal Studios, along with expansions and capital improvements to existing theme parks across the globe.

    Matthew Priddy, Chief Technical Officer, with more than 35 years of experience, with almost 20 of them at Walt Disney. His expertise includes the creative development of entertainment destination projects, with special focus on owners' representation, technical integration, design management and organizational leadership
    Sandesh Pandhare, Chief financial and Investment Officer, has 23 years of experience in the private equity and investment industry. His expertise lies in deal brokering, business analysis, investment valuation, capital structuring, financing and asset monitoring. He has managed an impressive global portfolio across diverse industry verticals.

    Stanford Pinto, Chief Parks Operating Officer, has over 20 years of professional experience. He is mandated to oversee the different theme park operators and ensure that the theme parks are performing optimally, and delivering memorable experiences

    Vinit Shah, Chief Destination Management Officer, has over 15 years of experience in the leisure and hospitality industry. His proficiencies includes leading strategic planning mega projects, entertainment destination development and driving commercial decisions, he is mandated to promote the entire destination and enhance visitation by creating multi park and multi day packages for the visitors.

    Aida Hamza, Senior Vice President of Business Support, has 27 years of experience in managing corporate affairs, human resource management, and supply chain management with major regional organizations.

    Klaus Assmann, Vice President of Retail and Hospitality, has 27 years of experience with many well-known hospitality brands, including Jumeirah, Hyatt and Shangri-La Group. His expertise includes hotel development, preopening management, hotel operations, asset management and retail operations.

  6. Wrong development. That Ferris wheel is going into the Blue Waters Island development.

  7. The mystery buildings not shown on the phase 1 plan are progressing well
    Looks like a hotel to me.

  8. Looks like the Dubai Parks & Resorts is looking forward to earn revenues worth Dhs 2.4B in the first year.

  9. The mystery buildings not shown on the phase 1 plan are progressing well! Lots of tower cranes on site

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