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Dyer conjures up Oz scheme

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[First look + project data] Dyer has completed its competition-winning OZ shopping mall in Krasnodar, southern Russia

The 226,000m² ‘prototype’ scheme is set to be rolled out as part of a multimillion pound programme of combined retail and leisure centres across Russia.

Designed as an iconic ‘wing’ elevation floating over an arrow-shaped base, the £160 million scheme features seven anchor stores, one hypermarket and another 201 shops.

There is also a multiplex cinema, 24 food outlets, kids play centre and games zone.

Project data

Architects: Dyer London; OOO Dyer Moscow
Project Location: Krasnodar, Russia
Type of Project: Shopping & Entertainment Mall
Concept Structural Engineers: Fort Russia
Concept M&E Consultant: MK3 Moscow
Quantity surveyor: Mott McDonald (Fka Time)
Lighting consultant: Hoare Lea Lighting
Project Team: Philip Ball, Tim Hampson, Dale Sinclair, Tamas Deilinger, Andrew Scott, Billy Lees, Tanya Ring, Robert Starnes
Client: AIM Property Development
Funding: Private
Project Commencement date: November 2006 (Design Competition)
Start on site date: March 2008
Contract duration: Phase One: March 2010; Phase Two: March 2012                    
Gross internal floor area: 226,000m²
Form of contract and/or procurement: Design and Build with Author Supervision
Total cost: £160million 
Main contractor:
Renaissance Construction St Petersburgh
Selected subcontractors and suppliers: Synergy, Istanbul (provided bespoke curved cladding to frontage)


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