Luxury Facilities Management, the company handling facilities management of all buildings delivered by Dubai-based Damac Properties, has won three important ISO certifications.
The certifications cover various aspects of facilitie
The boom in construction projects in the UAE could drive the facilities management (FM) services market to approximately Dh20 billion ($5.4 billion) per annum by next year, said an industry expert.
Nigel Hall, the newly appointed
The raft of new building projects in Kuwait will drive the expansion of the facilities management (FM) sector in the country as owners demand higher service levels to match their investment, a report said.
Facilities management se
EFS Facilities Service Group, a leading integrated facilities management service provider in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia region, has won new contracts worth more than Dh400 million ($108.8 million) in the first half of the year.
Spider Access, a Gulf-based specialist contracting firm, is showcasing new products and services at this year’s FM expo, which concludes today (May 21) in Dubai.
The new products and services unveiled hav
Imdaad, a leading provider of integrated facilities management (FM) solutions in the GCC, has won a major FM contract with Dubai-based Emirates Airline.
The contract includes the provision of FM services coveri
Imdaad, a leading provider of integrated facilities management (FM) solutions in the GCC, has renewed its FM services contract for the Owner’s Association Building at Discovery Gardens, a modern residential community close to the Ibn Bat
Etisalat Facilities Management (eFM), an independent entity of the Etisalat legacy, said it has signed a co-operation agreement with Etihad Energy Services and Regulatory & Supervisory Bureau.
Etihad Energy Services is a new u
UAE-based Broadcast Systems Arabia (BSA), a production and broadcasting company, has undertaken video and audio broadcast services in conflict regions within the Mena region such as Libya and Syria.
BSA has been involved with Liby
Saudi Oger, one of the leading construction companies in the Kingdom, has signed a $1.03 billion syndicated loan, which will be used to replace debt related to the construction group's investment in Arab Bank shares, the lead arrangers said