Cloisall scores big contracts UAE
Cloisall, a leading UAE-based interiors contractor operating in the mid-to high-end luxury space, has secured new fit-out projects worth Dh150 million ($41 million) across the emirates.
The new projects include an educational complex in Abu Dhabi; refurbishment of the Dubai Deira City Centre’s Pullman Hotel; fit-out contract and (FF&E) at The Palm’s Habtoor Waldorf Astoria; Joinery Package for the Dubai Duty Free at the Dubai International Airport’s Terminal 2; and, a full fit-out contract for Petrofac offices in Sharjah and Abu Dhabi.
Cloisall specializes in turnkey solutions for commercial, retail, government and hospitality projects.
The company’s diversified business activities include interior contracting, manufacturing and trading of a wide range of building materials and chemicals, with operations in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Oman, Qatar, Jordan and Lebanon.
Commenting on the win, CEO Majed Farha said: "Cloisall’s design and construction processes aim to deliver turnkey projects – executed to the highest standards – which further enhance the company’s existing fit-out and interior services and utilize in-house joinery and solid surface factories."
“We are delighted to have secured these remarkable UAE-based projects in the first six months of the year,” he stated. “We are also incredibly optimistic about the future of our business as we have witnessed a major influx of fit-out bids across the GCC’s hospitality industry. We plan to continue on our path to success – working with top clients in the market,” he added.
Cloisall is certified as an ISO 9001:2008 company and employs 1,500 staff across the region.
"Cloisall’s quality execution has left its mark on some of the most iconic landmarks such as Dubai International Airport (Terminals 1, 2 & 3), Dubai Mall, UAE University in Al Ain, Dalma Mall, Burj Khalifa, Ferrari World on Yas Island, Jebel Ali International Airport," said the top official.
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