Musanada awards AC supply contracts
Abu Dhabi, March 25, 2013
Abu Dhabi General Services Company (Musanada) said it has signed agreements worth Dh34.5 million ($9.38 million) with Al-Dhafra Engineering and Contracting and Al-Futtaim Engineering for supply of package air-conditioning units at government buildings under its management.
Musanada offers its services to nearly 3,250 locations across Abu Dhabi, including 2,050 mosques and 262 schools, as well as government buildings and social and sports facilities.
The value of the contract between Musanada and Al-Dhafra Engineering is Dh19.5 million, while Al-Futtaim Engineering was awarded Dh15 million contract.
Under the agreements, Al-Dhafra and Al-Futtaim Engineering will supply and install package air-conditioning units for various government buildings under Musanada’s management.
Contract terms follow a blanket agreement with both contractors for the supply and installation of air conditioning units for entities, departments and organisations of the Government of Abu Dhabi.
"There is a need for enhancing the level of quality on sustainability in existing infrastructure, keeping in line with the highest international standards and taking into account the improved conditions with the participation of private sector," remarked Mohamed Khalifa Al-Fahed Al-Mehairi, the CEO of Musanada after signing the deal with Moayad Hassoun, the general manager of Al-Dhafra Engineering and Contracting and Dawood Bin Ozair, the senior managing director of Electronics, Engineering and Technologies, Al-Futtaim group, at Musanada's headquarters in Abu Dhabi.
Al-Dhafra Engineering and Contracting' s Hassoun said, “In light of our experience spanning over 20 years in the field, we will spare no effort in implementing the highest quality of work in air-conditioning of government buildings located in Abu Dhabi in a timely manner.”
Bin Ozair said Al-Futtaim group was proud to work with Musanada in the project. "This major project demonstrates strong confidence in Al-Futtaim Engineering’s reputation for quality products and excellent project management capabilities," he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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