Renaissance Services has built one of the biggest private-sector township projects – The Renaissance Village in Duqm. The township provides accommodation for white- and blue-collar employees within the special economic zone of Duqm. With a capacity to house 18,000 residents, and state-of-the-art facilities for its residents, the Renaissance village has set a high benchmark for other companies, in terms of taking care of Oman’s workforce.
Renaissance Duqm Village Housing Facilities
The facility provides housing for all tiers of the employment hierarchy. Inclusive of meals, laundry, internet connectivity, a Mosque, and even on-ground medical services – the village provides a comfortable abode for workers. Currently housing approximately 13,000 workers, of which roughly 2,000 are Omanis.
Incentives to Encourage Workers
The village also provides commercial and recreational facilities for its employees, like:
- Indoor Recreational Facilities (Gym, Billiards Room, etc.)
- Outdoor Recreational Facilities (Garden, Pool, etc.)
- Free-to-Air Satellite Stations
- Reading Lounges
- Community Rooms
- Convenience Stores & Shops
- Barber Shop
- Money Exchange Agency
These benefits add to the standard of living of the workers. Furthermore, these perks also double as incentives for the workers to perform better.
Projects in Duqm
The township, along with other large-scale property projects like the Little India Project, in addition to the much-awaited oil and gas sector’s Duqm refinery project, prove that the special economic zone of Duqm is teeming with lucrative businesses. From the ever-increasing foreign investment at port Duqm to industrial projects, Duqm is well on its way to becoming the new investment capital of Oman.