Emrill wins top MarinaScape contract
Dubai, September 29, 2011
Emrill, a leading facilities management company in the UAE, has signed a contract for the prestigious MarinaScape, a luxury property at Dubai Marina.
“Emrill is honoured to have been awarded this prestigious contract for the MarinaScape Community, which further strengthens our impressive portfolio of clients. Emrill was a clear choice because of the quality of delivery, our vast experience and our unique online portal which provides good value to our customers,” said Ben Churchill, managing director, Emrill.
Emrill will work closely with the MarinaScape Owners Association to ensure asset protection, provide integrated services, implement procedures and regimes for incorporation into the phased development handover with minimal impact on the environment, he added.
“We appointed Emrill because they came highly recommended by many owners who had previously experienced Emrill’s quality service firsthand,” said Alan Godfrey, Owners Association Board Member, MarinaScape.
“We hoped for an immediate positive change and were impressed with their skill, speed of service and commitment. Emrill’s facilities management team are more than willing to help and see the job through to the end.”
“With a Concierge service that is second to none, the smart uniforms and maintenance staff in appropriate protective gear, owners have felt the difference straight away, leading to many positive comments about a professional company that cares,” he added.
MarinaScape is an urban community of two towers and townhouses and contains approximately 213 residential units and 24 retail units.
Emrill's scope of work within this impressive community will include MEP, housekeeping, security, concierge, waste management and quality management services. – TradeArabia News Service
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