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Dubai, UAE, United Arab Emirates, 2010/09/21 - At the recent visit to Brazil’s Rio de Janeiro the Dubai based company Venatol, the designer of the world first climate controlled championship golf course,presented new design of sports facilities and eco 5 star resort.
Since 2007 Venatol’s involvement in Brazil had always been related to green technology and the sustainability in Sports facility Projects and restructuring” described Mr. P. Berger Venatol international. Another objective is the environment protection and to find new sustainable design to avoid resource depletion of energy, water, and raw materials; prevent environmental degradation caused by facilities and infrastructure throughout their life cycle.
“With creating a 5 star resorts for investors, seeking a purchase that it likely to rise in value as the country hosts the football world cup in 2014 and the Olympics in 2016, Venatol could implement sustainable building designs” said Dr. Barbara Urasch, Venatol Vice President.
“The resort, which is located in Rio de Janeiro includes 140 villas and 210 apartments a 5 star hotel with a 18 hole golf course, will be a great investment opportunity. Both, investors and developers see the huge potential for profit, and we are excited to be involved in this and be able to offer our clients this fantastic opportunity” explained the Vice President.
The development of a new golf course will be also very special because the IOC has approved golf for inclusion in the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics. The stadiums and sports facility projects for 2014 and 2016 are already under way. The huge demand on sport facilities and infrastructure with the focus on sustainability and eco architecture gives us the chance to be involved in some land mark developments. The estimated investments will reach around 30 billion USD.
Rio de Janeiro’s “Green Games for a Blue Planet” slogan and publicly announced plans to construct sports facilities utilizing energy-efficient and water conservation designs and plant at least three million trees in nearby areas between now and the opening ceremonies to offset carbon emissions, shows the strong commitment in environment protection.
The “Water for the World Project”, a water and environment initiative from Venatol (venatol.com), which started in 2007, announced the next gala event which will be held in Rio de Janeiro end of the year. On this occasion the commitment award winners will be presented. One of the most popular Brazilians, Pele, is among the nominees for the 2010 award.