List of Beta Consortium Projects

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We are thrilled to highlight our recent turnkey project in Gubstone, where we partnered with Power China to deliver a state-of-the-art wind power plant. As The Beta Consortium Company, we spearheaded the construction of the temporary site facility, ensuring seamless operations throughout the project lifecycle. From initial planning to final execution, our team was dedicated to delivering excellence at every stage. The successful collaboration between our experts and Power China resulted in the establishment of a cutting-edge wind power facility that stands as a testament to our commitment to innovation and sustainability. We take immense pride in our contribution to advancing renewable energy solutions and look forward to continuing to drive positive change in the industry.

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The Crescent Development Project or The Crescent Bay (formerly known as Caspian Plus) is skyscraper complex which is under construction on the Caspian Sea coast in Baku, Azerbaijan.

The complex comprises an offshore hotel (Crescent Hotel), office tower (Crescent City), residential tower, and a retail and entertainment centre (Crescent Place). The project is intended to be an architectural landmark.

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Beta Consortium’s Khojavand Project, nestled in the heart of the newly liberated territories of Karabakh. Our endeavor focuses on the vital reconstruction of homes, breathing life back into the fabric of communities ravaged by conflict. Through our dedicated efforts, we aim to restore not just houses, but hope and resilience to those affected.

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Beta Consortium Company’s Khankandi Project is in the newly liberated territories of Karabakh. Our efforts focus on the crucial task of reconstructing homes, aiming to revive communities devastated by conflict. Through our dedication, we aspire to restore not just houses but also hope and resilience to those affected.

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Designed by the world-famous Chapman Taylor and built by PASHA Construction Knightsbridge Residence is a great living experience.

The Beta Consortium Company recently completed an extensive fit-out work project at Knightsbridge Baku, a prestigious development in Azerbaijan, commissioned by Pasha Construction. This high-end project involved transforming the interior spaces to reflect the luxurious standards expected of such a prime location. The fit-out included the installation of premium finishes, bespoke furnishings, advanced lighting systems, and state-of-the-art technology, all tailored to create an opulent and comfortable environment. By meticulously coordinating with Pasha Construction, the Beta Consortium ensured that every detail met the client’s exacting specifications, resulting in a sophisticated and elegant setting that enhances the prestige of Knightsbridge Baku and sets a new benchmark for luxury living in the region.

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We are proud to showcase our turnkey project at Deniz Mall, executed flawlessly for our esteemed client, Kontakt Home. This endeavor encompassed comprehensive MEP (Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing) works alongside meticulous fit-out services. From inception to completion, our team ensured every aspect of the project met the highest standards of quality and functionality. The successful collaboration between our dedicated professionals and Kontakt Home resulted in a stunning end result that exceeded expectations. We’re delighted to have contributed to the transformation of Deniz Mall into a premier destination, reflecting our commitment to excellence in every endeavor.

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In the exclusive Bilgah state, nestled amidst serene landscapes, MB Architect envisioned a luxurious retreat within the confines of a stunning indoor pool. Entrusted with the turnkey project, every aspect from the foundational reinforced concrete work to the intricate fit-out, meticulous MEP installations, and the lush landscape design was meticulously crafted to epitomize opulence. The project, catering to the needs of a VIP clientele, embodied elegance and sophistication at every turn, creating a haven of relaxation and indulgence within the heart of Bilgah’s prestigious enclave.

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Within the dynamic realm of Azerbaijan’s energy landscape, Beta Consortium spearheaded a transformative endeavor in collaboration with SOCAR, the esteemed state oil company. Tasked with overseeing the civil works, our consortium embarked on a journey of innovation and excellence. From the inception of the project to its realization, every aspect was meticulously planned and executed to align with SOCAR’s vision of progress and sustainability. With a commitment to quality and precision, Beta Consortium left an indelible mark, contributing to SOCAR’s legacy of pioneering achievements in the energy sector of Azerbaijan.

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The Beta Consortium Company is spearheading a major civil work project at SOCAR Downstream, a key refinery and petrochemical complex in Azerbaijan. This project aims to significantly upgrade the facility’s infrastructure, enhancing both its capacity and operational efficiency.

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The Beta Consortium Company is undertaking a significant civil work project at SOCAR Azərikimya, a prominent refinery and petrochemical complex in Azerbaijan. This ambitious initiative focuses on enhancing the infrastructure and operational efficiency of the facility, which is pivotal to the region’s energy sector. The project encompasses the maintenance and renewal of processing units, the upgrade of existing structures, and the implementation of advanced technological solutions to optimize production.

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In a strategic partnership with ILK Construction company, we undertook a significant project focused on civil works within an oil refinery setting. Recognizing the critical nature of the task at hand, our collaboration with ILK Construction exemplified synergy and expertise. From laying the groundwork to erecting vital structures, our teams worked in unison to ensure the project’s success. With a shared commitment to safety, efficiency, and excellence, our endeavor not only fortified the infrastructure of the oil refinery but also forged a lasting bond between our entities, paving the way for future collaborations rooted in trust and mutual respect.

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In the vibrant heart of Baku, our team embarked on a prestigious turnkey project for the esteemed Merchant Hotel, a beacon of luxury and refinement in the city’s hospitality landscape. With meticulous attention to detail, we orchestrated every facet of the project, from conceptualization to completion, ensuring that the Merchant Hotel exuded sophistication and elegance at every turn. Our comprehensive approach encompassed architectural design, interior fit-out, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing installations, as well as landscape enhancements, culminating in a seamless fusion of opulence and functionality. By delivering beyond expectations, we not only fortified the Merchant Hotel’s position as a premier destination but also solidified our reputation as a trusted partner in shaping extraordinary experiences.

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Nestled along the picturesque coastline, the Sea Breeze Project, aptly named “The Grand Residence,” and “The Polo Residence” stands as a testament to coastal luxury and architectural finesse. Entrusted with the MEP (Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing) work, our team embarked on a mission to imbue this grand edifice with unparalleled comfort and functionality. From meticulously designing efficient HVAC systems to ensuring seamless electrical connectivity and state-of-the-art plumbing installations, every aspect was meticulously crafted to harmonize with the project’s ethos of refined coastal living. Our commitment to excellence and innovation not only elevated the living experience within The Grand Residence but also left an enduring mark on Baku’s skyline, embodying the epitome of seaside opulence and sophistication.

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At Beta Consortium, we take pride in our fit-out project for Rahat Supermarket. Our team transformed the supermarket’s interior, implementing modern design elements and state-of-the-art facilities to enhance the shopping experience. By incorporating efficient layout planning, premium quality materials, and innovative lighting solutions, we have created an inviting and functional retail environment. This project underscores our commitment to delivering excellence and meeting the unique needs of our clients in the retail sector.

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Beta Consortium proudly completed a prestigious turn-key project for PİDEM at the Deniz Mall. This comprehensive project encompassed all stages of development, from initial planning and design to final execution and delivery. Our team meticulously managed every detail, ensuring that the PIDEM space not only met but exceeded industry standards and client expectations. The result is a state-of-the-art facility that enhances the shopping experience at Deniz Mall, showcasing our commitment to excellence, innovation, and client satisfaction. This project stands as a testament to Beta Consortium’s capability in delivering seamless and efficient solutions in the retail sector.

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The Crescent Development Project or The Crescent Bay (formerly known as Caspian Plus) is skyscraper complex which is under construction on the Caspian Sea coast in Baku, Azerbaijan.

The complex comprises an offshore hotel (Crescent Hotel), office tower (Crescent City), residential tower, and a retail and entertainment centre (Crescent Place). The project is intended to be an architectural landmark.

History
In February 2008, skyscrapernews.com, a well-known architectural review website, published an article about two projects designed by the Korean company, Heerim Architects, for construction in Baku. The projects, both with a lunar theme, were described as, “an attempt to reinvent the concept of the skyscraper beyond the traditional”. The article described two skyscraper complexes, proposed for construction on neighbouring peninsulas, on opposite shores of Baku Bay. The first, Full Moon Bay, was to be constructed on the western side of the bay. It included a 158-meter, 35-storey, discoid hotel called “Palace of the Winds 1 and 2”. The second complex, “Caspian Plus”, had been proposed for construction on the eastern edge of Baku Bay near the seaport, acting as a counterpoint to “Full Moon Bay”. Initially, the second project included a 32-storey crescent-shaped hotel (standing on its “horns” offshore), four high-rise residential buildings, and a 43-story business centre standing 203 metres tall (now called Crescent City Tower). The fate of the related projects remained uncertain until October 2009 when foundation work in the location of the “Caspian Plus” complex was started.

The project has since been modified. A trio of high-rise residential buildings was removed to avoid visual overlapping of two other buildings (Port Baku Towers and Port Baku Residence). After modification, the project consisted of a hotel (“The Crescent Hotel”), an office tower (“The Crescent City”), and a high-rise residential building with a podium (“The Crescent Place”). The previous name of the project, “Caspian Plus”, was changed to “The Crescent Development Project”.

Project
The “Crescent Development Project” is situated with one part on the waterfront of Baku. An offshore part, which includes “The Crescent Hotel”, will be located on an artificial island about 170 metres from shore. There will be an office tower (“The Crescent City”), and a residential high-rise building with a podium (“The Crescent Place”), on the coastline behind “The Crescent Hotel”.

The Crescent Hotel
“The Crescent Hotel” is a curving arched building. It is designed to look like a crescent moon with its points on the surface of the Caspian Sea. The crescent shape of the building refers to one of the symbols of Azerbaijan, depicted on its national flag. The skyscraper’s arcuate configuration will not affect the interior of the hotel as the building will rely on two multi-storey column-like towers, which will create additional space and act as a support for the hotel. These supporting towers are called Eastern and Western in accordance with their location. “The Crescent Hotel” comprises 32 floors (28 storeys of the hotel itself standing over a 4-storeys podium). Upon completion, the hotel will comprise 230 guest rooms, 74 apartments and 16 villas. The total area is 177 969 m², parking is planned for 601 cars.”The Crescent Hotel” will be connected to the shore and other buildings of the project via a bridge. This hotel is planned to be a ‘seven-star’ facility.

The Crescent City
The office tower “The Crescent City”, is a 210-metre skyscraper with 43 overground levels. It is being built behind “The Crescent Hotel” on the waterfront next to the seaport of Baku and the “JW Marriott Absheron”. According to the project design, the facade of the building is cylindrical and slightly flattened at the north-south direction. The bottom of the tower is narrow and widens as it approaches the top which includes a concave notch. The shape of “The Crescent City” is designed to resemble a torch.

The Crescent Place
“The Crescent Place” consists of 3 basement floors and 32 overground levels: a 5-storey podium, 2 floors of town houses and a 25-storey residential tower with 2 additional penthouse levels. The Crescent Place will be located onshore next to the tower of “The Crescent City”. This residential building, standing 170 metres tall, will include 168 apartments. The total area of the Crescent Place is 273 000 m² with space for approximately 100 retail outlets and an additional 40 food and beverage units.

Construction
According to a report published by the management company, almost all piling work for the project had been completed by November 2013. Nine per-cent of the entire project had been constructed. Ten per-cent of the coastal part of the Project had been completed.

In July 2015, DSA Architects International was appointed to take over multidisciplinary lead consultancy design services on the Crescent Development Project, with construction works ongoing.

Site of The Crescent Hotel
The plot for “The Crescent Hotel” lies within an area in the Caspian Sea. In May 2012, hehe setting was started. These piles were installed in two rows around the perimeter of the future hotel’s location. A double metal fence was then installed around the site which restricted any additional water entering the area. Once the fence was completed, water was pumped from the site and it was filled with sand to create the foundation of the building. As of early 2013, the soil creating the artificial island has been formed, and foundation work for the Western and Eastern towers is completed. The piles constructed for “The Crescent Hotel”, with a diameter 1500–2000 mm and a length 76.1 meters, are the biggest ever built in Azerbaijan. It was planned to build 464 piles by the end of 2013. By the beginning of 2015, development of both the Eastern and Western Towers had begun on the artificial island.

Given the complexity of the building’s geometry, a number of contracting companies from the world-wide were engaged in the construction. Many of them faced challenges in achieving their goals. So, Derby Design Engineering cited that the main challenge was to design a constructible solution for the link-bridge between the column-like towers. This arch has a span of 90 meters which supports 5 hotel levels, hanging off the link-bridge truss. The Koltay Facades website stated that curved sides of the hotel represent an exciting challenge for engineers and designers; floor by floor, the slope of the glass is changing, and so are the components of the reaction forces on the slab, the appearance of the glass, the safety requirements, amongst the others.

Sites of The Crescent City and Crescent Place
Construction of the onshore foundation started in October 2009. For all parts of the coastline (sites of “The Crescent City” and “The Crescent Place”), 691 short piles with a diameter of 1.2 m and a depth of 26 meters have been installed . For the tower “The Crescent city” 118 deep piles (diameter 1500 mm, depth of 52-61,5 meters) were constructed.

By November 2013, 4 taps had been installed on the site of “The Crescent Place”. First floors of the podium were appearing above the fence. The construction of the residential tower, “The Crescent Place”, had been started. By the beginning of 2015, 35th floor of The Crescent Place Tower was being constructed.

By March 2014, the foundation of “Crescent City Tower” had been ready for concrete core pouring. As of beginning 2015, The Crescent City Tower was being constructed at 16-17 levels. In August 2015, the concrete core of the building reached up to the 30th level. By December 2015, the 43rd level of the concrete core of the Crescent City was completed.

Completion
According to a spokesman of Ilk Construction, completion of the shell and core of “The Crescent Place” is scheduled for January 2015; the site of “The Crescent City” must be finished by May of the same year. Completion of the entire project was planned for the second half of 2017 but as of February 2019, technical difficulties have prevented the completion of the arch section that will ultimately join the two towers. The completion date is currently estimated as late 2020.(Update) The date of completion is unknown.

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Designed by the world-famous Chapman Taylor and built by PASHA Construction Knightsbridge Residence is a great living experience.

GREAT LOCATİON

Less than 10 minutes from downtown

HIGH STANDARD OF CONSTRUCTİON

Built by country’s most reputable developer

BREATHTAKING VIEWS

Excellent views from every apartment

SEASIDE ACCESS

Minutes from seaside boulevard

FLEXIBLE LAYOUTS

Choose your own layout concept

RESIDENTS ONLY GARDENS

Exquisite private gardens

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We are proud to showcase our turnkey project at Deniz Mall, executed flawlessly for our esteemed client, Kontakt Home. This endeavor encompassed comprehensive MEP (Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing) works alongside meticulous fit-out services. From inception to completion, our team ensured every aspect of the project met the highest standards of quality and functionality. The successful collaboration between our dedicated professionals and Kontakt Home resulted in a stunning end result that exceeded expectations. We’re delighted to have contributed to the transformation of Deniz Mall into a premier destination, reflecting our commitment to excellence in every endeavor.

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We are thrilled to highlight our recent turnkey project in Gubstone, where we partnered with Power China to deliver a state-of-the-art wind power plant. As The Beta Consortium Company, we spearheaded the construction of the temporary site facility, ensuring seamless operations throughout the project lifecycle. From initial planning to final execution, our team was dedicated to delivering excellence at every stage. The successful collaboration between our experts and Power China resulted in the establishment of a cutting-edge wind power facility that stands as a testament to our commitment to innovation and sustainability. We take immense pride in our contribution to advancing renewable energy solutions and look forward to continuing to drive positive change in the industry.

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In the exclusive Bilgah state, nestled amidst serene landscapes, MB Architect envisioned a luxurious retreat within the confines of a stunning indoor pool. Entrusted with the turnkey project, every aspect from the foundational reinforced concrete work to the intricate fit-out, meticulous MEP installations, and the lush landscape design was meticulously crafted to epitomize opulence. The project, catering to the needs of a VVIP clientele, embodied elegance and sophistication at every turn, creating a haven of relaxation and indulgence within the heart of Bilgah’s prestigious enclave.

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Within the dynamic realm of Azerbaijan’s energy landscape, Beta Consortium spearheaded a transformative endeavor in collaboration with SOCAR, the esteemed state oil company. Tasked with overseeing the civil works, our consortium embarked on a journey of innovation and excellence. From the inception of the project to its realization, every aspect was meticulously planned and executed to align with SOCAR’s vision of progress and sustainability. With a commitment to quality and precision, Beta Consortium left an indelible mark, contributing to SOCAR’s legacy of pioneering achievements in the energy sector of Azerbaijan.

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In a strategic partnership with ILK Construction company, we undertook a significant project focused on civil works within an oil refinery setting. Recognizing the critical nature of the task at hand, our collaboration with ILK Construction exemplified synergy and expertise. From laying the groundwork to erecting vital structures, our teams worked in unison to ensure the project’s success. With a shared commitment to safety, efficiency, and excellence, our endeavor not only fortified the infrastructure of the oil refinery but also forged a lasting bond between our entities, paving the way for future collaborations rooted in trust and mutual respect.

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In the vibrant heart of Baku, our team embarked on a prestigious turnkey project for the esteemed Merchant Hotel, a beacon of luxury and refinement in the city’s hospitality landscape. With meticulous attention to detail, we orchestrated every facet of the project, from conceptualization to completion, ensuring that the Merchant Hotel exuded sophistication and elegance at every turn. Our comprehensive approach encompassed architectural design, interior fit-out, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing installations, as well as landscape enhancements, culminating in a seamless fusion of opulence and functionality. By delivering beyond expectations, we not only fortified the Merchant Hotel’s position as a premier destination but also solidified our reputation as a trusted partner in shaping extraordinary experiences.

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Nestled along the picturesque coastline, the Sea Breeze Project, aptly named “The Grand Residence,” stands as a testament to coastal luxury and architectural finesse. Entrusted with the MEP (Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing) work, our team embarked on a mission to imbue this grand edifice with unparalleled comfort and functionality. From meticulously designing efficient HVAC systems to ensuring seamless electrical connectivity and state-of-the-art plumbing installations, every aspect was meticulously crafted to harmonize with the project’s ethos of refined coastal living. Our commitment to excellence and innovation not only elevated the living experience within The Grand Residence but also left an enduring mark on Baku’s skyline, embodying the epitome of seaside opulence and sophistication.

Welcome to the Beta Consortium’s Khojavand Project, nestled in the heart of the newly liberated territories of Karabakh. Our endeavor focuses on the vital reconstruction of homes, breathing life back into the fabric of communities ravaged by conflict. Through our dedicated efforts, we aim to restore not just houses, but hope and resilience to those affected.

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