The hotel, owned by SOZIDANIE, is located in the Komsomolsky Park, on Ismailli Somoni Avenue, in Tajikistan’s capital city of Dushanbe.
Providing a unique view of the man-made Komsomolsky Lake, the hotel project had a total construction area of 38,000 m2. The first section of the building, housing the hotel’s facilities, was low-rise with stone cladding. The second section was a Z-shaped 12-storey high-rise building and contained the guest rooms. These rooms are located on the 4th to the 12th floors and include 173 standard, 41 semi-luxury, and six deluxe bedrooms, as well as a presidential suite.
Located on the basement level and in addition to the kitchen, storage, laundry and dry cleaning facilities, is an underground car park.
Completed in August 2008 the hotel is equipped with cutting-edge technology and hosts meetings and conferences in its ballroom and seven exclusive halls, all of which are located on the first and second floors, where the swimming pool and spa are also situated.
The 30,000 m2 Office and Residential Center follows the main boulevard that connects Dushanbe City to its airport. Its facade was designed to be multi-layered in order to create a play of light and shadow through its six and 12 storey blocks, which transforms the center into a showcase of eye-catching architecture and engineering.
Hyatt Regency Hotel, Business & Residential Center
Scope of Work
|Hotel Construction Area||38,000 m²|
|Business Center Construction Area||30,000 m²|
|Standard Rooms||173 ea|
|Semi-luxurious Rooms||41 ea|
|Deluxe Rooms||6 ea|
|Presidential Suite||1 ea|
ENKA SCOPE OF SERVICES
ENKA signed design and build contracts for the 12-storey, Five-Star Hotel and the Dushanbe Office and Residential Center in March 2006 and June 2006, respectively.
Both buildings were designed as reinforced concrete structures with 1.2 m thick mat foundations; the office and residential center rests on 436 piles that ranged from 800 to 1,000 mm in diameter.
An aluminum and glass panel system was used for the facades in both projects, which are self-sufficient buildings, equipped with their own water-storage tanks, heating systems, and generators.
The office and the residential center were completed and handed over in October 2008.