Belhasa Projects sets up power division
Dubai, December 30, 2012
UAE-based construction services company Belhasa Projects said it has created a new division to focus on high and medium sub-station and high voltage cabling work in the region.
An award winning multi-faceted company, Belhasa Projects said it expects strong growth in infrastructure projects in the UAE, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Iraq in 2013 after a better than expected business volume in 2012.
On its new division, CEO Suleyman Gary Busby said, "Diversification has always been our key strategy and we decided to create a new power division on the back of increased interest from the industry for our sub-station and electrical work expertise. We have successfully completed electrical works for Asghal in Qatar this year."
"We also expect a strong growth in infrastructure projects in the region, we have seen strong demand for our sewage treatment and district cooling work in Saudi Arabia and UAE," noted Busby.
Apart from the wet infrastructure and electromechanical works, the company has also experienced a good year for its sports and coatings division, said the top official.
A notable project this year is the construction of the jogging track for central park in Palm Jumeirah which opened in December to coincide with the 41st anniversary celebration of the UAE National Day and is now called the Al Ittihad Park.
Belhasa Projects supplied and installed the 2.2 km jogging track including substrate, kerb, asphalt, rubber floor, and various training equipment for 14 exercise stations, he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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