Omniyat names Kinnarps fit out partner
Dubai, June 23, 2009
Omniyat Property Services (OPS), a division of Omniyat Asset Management, has appointed Kinnarps Project Solutions (KPS), a leading interior design and build company, to partner in the turnkey fit out of OPS’ three premier projects.
The three projects that are set to be completed in 2009 are One Business Bay, Bayswater and the Square.
“This is another milestone towards providing our customers with a personal, seamless, end-to-end property management solution,” said Lloyd Budd, commercial director of Omniyat Asset Management.
“Through a single point of contact, Omniyat customers can now manage, design, fit out and lease their property,” he added.
“With tenants now demanding a fit out solution before committing to a lease, I am pleased to announce that we appointed KPS to provide our clients with tailored, turnkey fit-out solutions.
“Their solid track record, both in the region and around the world, high quality material and impressive portfolio make them the perfect partners for this task.”
KPS will create full packages unique to the client’s brief and needs, and manage the complete process from original concept design through to final completion, providing practical design advice and adding value to the build-ability of the proposed solution.
Chris Watson, managing director of KPS said: “KPS’ array of fit-out solutions include; superior quality materials in base building works, partitions and custom-made furniture, fully integrated IT and audio/visual solutions, security and phone systems which all complement the innovative Omniyat offering.”
“Utilising the combined purchasing power of both KPS and Omniyat, we are able to offer landlords and tenants the best possible rates in the market regardless of unit size, and have tested this through a rigorous tender process involving six leading commercial fit out companies operating in Dubai,” Budd added.
Financing options for fit out are also available through Independent Finance, one of Omniyat’s partners. – TradeArabia News Service
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