Abu Dhabi: JC Maclean International FZCO, one of the leading holistic interior fit-out companies in the UAE, takes part in delivering a contemporary world-class retail project, Reem Mall, Abu Dhabi as its Interior Fit-out Contractor.

Reem Mall, winner of the Retail Project of year 2018 - National MEED Quality Project Awards, is being developed by Al Farwaniya Property Developments LLC, with Dewan Architects and Engineers as the lead engineers for the project.

Reem Mall is gearing up to completely transform the shopping experience as we know it, as the world’s first fully enabled, offline-to-online, technology-powered life and business center. The three-storied mega project consists of 450 local and international brands – including global F&B outlets, a dedicated food court, one of the largest hypermarkets in the region, as well as unique family-oriented entertainment and edutainment offerings – anchored by the world’s first indoor snow park, Snow Abu Dhabi. This 10,000 square meters destination will feature a wide range of activities spread across several distinct zones to welcome the whole family. Total built-up area of the mall is accumulated to 600,000m2.

JC Maclean International FZCO has been appointed by the Main Contractor of the Project, Itinera SPA and Ghantoot Transport & General Contracting LLC Joint Venture, to execute the Fit-out Works including all types of floor, wall and ceiling finishes, partitions, joinery, and loose furniture for AED 120 million.

The newly appointed CEO of JC Maclean, Saeed Daraghma, sharing his views on their prominent involvement of the Project said: "We are very proud to take part in this award winning renowned retail project and join hands with groups of highly qualified professionals and experts in achieving the project completion to the utmost satisfaction of its all stakeholders.”

Daraghma further added, “I am joining this international organization with a strategic vision to drive it to new heights through the continuous improvements with the valued support of our highly qualified and committed diverse team. Reem Mall is an exclusive addition to the shopping malls accomplished by JC Maclean, including The Galleria in Abu Dhabi and Ibn Battuta Mall in Dubai, in achieving the above vision.”

Since its establishment in 1997, JC Maclean International FZCO has emerged as a leader in the Interior Fit-out Industry offering services of High-end Interior Fit-out Works, Loose Furniture and Soft Furnishing, and has successfully executed a wide spectrum of prestigious projects including Five-Star Hotels, Shopping Malls, and Royal Palaces both in the UAE and outside the UAE.

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