Musanada completes wedding hall maintenance
Abu Dhabi, April 17, 2013
The Abu Dhabi General Services Company (Musanada) has successfully completed the maintenance and rehabilitation of various wedding halls in the Western Region in preparation for mass weddings.
It has also completed the maintenance of the Abu Dhabi Motors Club (ADMC), in preparation for the Liwa International Festival (Tal Moreeb), a statement from Musanada said.
The work on the wedding halls in Madinat Zayed, Ghayathi, Delma Island and Sila was performed on behalf of the Western Region Municipality (WRM), while work for the Abu Dhabi Motors Club was performed on behalf of the Abu Dhabi Sports Council (ADSC).
Musanada began the planning of the work on these facilities during the past year and appointed an experienced and dedicated team which paid visits to the sites and conducted a thorough analysis of the job, the statement said. The team, through a structured approach and involvement of stakeholders, was able to identify requirements and calculate estimates for the work needed. Priority was given to health and safety-related issues.
Musanada’s facilities management (FM) department was given the responsibility of preparing those facilities and delivering the planned schedule of work on time and on budget.
Work on the wedding halls included the refurbishment of facilities, implementation of planned and preventive maintenance activities for all mechanical, electrical & plumbing (MEP) works and inspection of all fire fighting systems and fire alarms, it said.
Upon the successful completion of these preparations, Musanada made a team available on-site 24/7 to meet any emergencies that might transpire during the mass weddings. The team includes specialists equipped to handle any MEP issues that may arise.
ADSC sought the help of Musanada’s FM services for preparing the ADMC facilities in Tal Moreeb for the Liwa International Festival. Due to the high security and safety standards applied under the supervision of the FM team, Musanada has been able to complete all its preparatory work without any accidents or injuries, well within the stipulated period, it said.
Helal Al Blooshi, acting director of facilities management at Musanada, said: “Musanada remains committed to provide the best FM services to clients. These services will contribute in fulfilling WRM’s goal of providing a world-class facility for their mass wedding ceremonies. Also, ADSC will be able to conduct a grand sporting event during the Liwa International Festival.”
“We endeavour to provide best-in-class services to the Abu Dhabi Government, assuring best practices, accountability, transparency and cost-effectiveness. It is our way of supporting the Abu Dhabi Government in its objective to be one of the top governments in the world.”
Musanada’s FM department manages and oversees FM services for over 3,250 sites throughout the Abu Dhabi, including approximately 2,050 mosques and 262 schools, in addition to government buildings and social and sports facilities.
Additionally, the department serves to provide services to multiple entities efficiently and cost-effectively, while helping the government focus on delivering and improving core public services. – TradeArabia News Service
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