|17 November, 2019

Imdaad secures Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank FM contract

The contract encompasses over 100 locations across all seven emirates

Imdaad, a Dubai-based group of companies that provides integrated, sustainable facilities management (FM) services that enhance operational efficiencies of physical assets, has signed a new contract with Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank (ADIB) for the provision of hard FM services.

As per the deal, Imdaad will deliver a full spectrum of hard FM services, including mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP), ventilation, and air-conditioning services at ADIB offices and branches throughout the UAE.

The contract encompasses over 100 locations across all seven emirates, including the company’s offices, direct sales centres, branches, and data centres, it stated.

On the win, Group CEO Jamal Abdulla Lootah said: "We are delighted to enter into this contract with ADIB, one of the region’s leading financial institutions. Imdaad’s client portfolio encompasses the largest number of major banks in the UAE, reflecting our expertise in handling challenging, large-scale projects with highly specialized sets of logistical requirements."

"The banking industry represents a crucial component for the stability and prosperity of society, and we are proud to deliver a full spectrum of world-class FM services and innovative solutions to ensure financial institutions can operate with confidence and contribute to sustainable prosperity for the UAE and its people," he stated.

The Imdaad team’s endeavours are supported by innovative technologies including a groundbreaking, 360° smartphone-based solution that was developed to help cater to the complex needs of banking industry clients, remarked Lootah.

The app offers accurate real-time tracking and digitisation of operational data, contributing to the efficient allocation of resources and ensuring a swift response in time-critical scenarios, he added.-TradeArabia News Service

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