UAE’s Arabian Construction Company (ACC) has bagged Rs 650 crore contract for construction of 80 floors iconic tower spread over 17-acre project Supernova developed at a cost of Rs 2,700 crore in Noida by realty firm Supertech. The 300 meter-tall building ‘Spira’ would have luxury flats, two 5-star hotels and commercial space. ACC has constructed many high-rise towers in Middle East and we have awarded the contract to them,” Supertech Chairman and Managing Director R K Arora said. ACC India Managing Director Ani Ray said this is the first standalone contract for the company. ACC is constructing Lodha Developers prestigious project ‘World One’ in Mumbai, which has 117 floors with 450 meter height, in partnership with Simplex Infrastructures, he added. “We have so far developed 14 towers with height over 300 meters. In Spira, we will be using advanced construction technology which is required to construct high rise buildings. The construction of the tower has started and would be completed in the next four years,” Ray said. ACC has constructed Princess Tower (414 meters), Elite Residence (380 meters), Almas Towers (360 meters) and Rose Rotana Tower (333 meters) in Dubai.