Al Jaber sponsors Qatar Projects 2012
Doha, February 5, 2012
Al Jaber & Partners (AJP), part of the Al Jaber Group – UAE and one of Qatar’s leading infrastructure and energy contractors is a bronze sponsor of Qatar Projects 2012, a leading energy and infrastructure event.
Qatar Projects takes place at Grand Hyatt hotel from February 5 to 8.
“As a leading player in the growing infrastructure market in Qatar and one of the largest local construction companies, we are sponsoring Qatar Projects 2012 to underline our deep commitment to Qatar and to the construction industry here. Our mission is to set standards of excellence in all our development projects,” said a spokesperson from Al Jaber & Partners, which has one of the country’s largest construction equipment and vehicle fleet.
“We never cut corners where health and safety is concerned. In fact, safety is at the very heart of how we do business. It provides us with a permit to operate, so we can meet all safety regulations, run projects smoothly, deliver on time and on budget to the highest quality standards. This is our company’s modus operandi, always aiming for the very best for our clients and we want to see this culture adopted across the board in Qatar.”
“We want to see our values enshrined in all construction sites in Qatar. Uppermost would be to promote all measures to protect the health and safety of workers and the natural environment. We are totally dedicated to work in safe and healthily sustainable environments respecting all living creatures,” the spokesperson added.
“Thus we strive to deliver service at the highest level of ISO quality standards while improving operations through responsible management.” – TradeArabia News Service
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