Hulhumalé is a reclaimed island located in Kaafu Atoll, the Maldives.
The artificial island was reclaimed to establish a new land mass to meet the existing and future
housing, industrial and commercial development demands of the Malé region.
Reclamation of Hulhumalé began on October 16, 1997 on the Hulhulé-Farukolhufushi lagoon 1.3 km off the north west coast of Malé. Initial reclamation (or Phase I) consisting of 45% of land mass was carried out by the Ministry of Construction and Public Works (MCPW) costing $11 million The project was then continued by a Belgian Joint Venture Company, International Port Engineering and Management (IPEM) and Dredging International (DI) costing an estimated $ 21 million.
Stage 1A (completed)
A 280 room apartment complex with a combination of 2,3 and 4 bedroom units
An integrated primary and secondary school housing 20 classrooms
A public building for government and social requirements containing 32 units
A Hospital with 50 bed capacity
A Mosque for 1500 persons
Four commercial buildings with a total of 48 units
An asphalt-paved road network approximately 12.5 km long
An adequate land space for the cultivation of indigenous plants and imported varieties
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