Transguard, Megarme to provide cleaning services
Dubai, August 19, 2013
The Transguard Group, an Emirates Group company, offers a top to bottom external building cleaning service for its UAE clients, with its current partnership with high-level rope access maintenance experts Megarme.
Transguard and Megarme have been collaborating on a number of Dubai-based contracts and have recently been awarded several new high profile cleaning contracts, said a statement.
“The combined expertise of our two companies, with Transguards’ cradle access and low rise capabilities, twinned with Megarme’s specialist high-level rope access maintenance skills, means that we are able to offer top to bottom cleaning solutions for some of the tallest towers around,” said Nigel Hall, executive director, FM Services for Transguard.
Megarme’s operation provides rope access to industries throughout the Middle East using an innovative system based on tried and tested mountain climbing techniques suited to elevated and extreme locations not accessible via conventional access methods.
Rope access complements existing external cleaning techniques and offers a cost-effective and less labour intensive solution across inspection, application, installation and maintenance projects for any structure including oil rigs, antennae and high-rise buildings.
“With 20 years’ combined experience in the regional FM sector, the Transguard and Megarme partnership is a perfect fit; offering a seamless turnkey service to clients looking for a unique all-in-one combination of capabilities in what is an extremely specialised discipline,” said Billy Harkin, managing director, Megarme. - TradeArabia News Service
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