Turquoise Mountain has several urban regeneration projects in Jordan. Since 2019 we have worked on the repair and restoration of Dar Hassan palace, our headquarters in Amman, the Kingdom's capital. It now houses Turquoise Mountain's operations and education centre, carpentry and stone masonry workshops for Jordanian and Syrian training beneficiaries, and incubation space for our graduates' businesses.

Turquoise Mountain's latest project is the community-focused and heritage-led urban regeneration proposal for Umm Qais, one of Jordan’s most important archaeological sites. Our project is developing the best response to support the built heritage, sustainably increase tourism and - most importantly - radically transform the lives and livelihoods of the local and wider community through the employment and education benefits the revitalised Umm Qais will offer.