Boom time for regional
Manama, March 4, 2008
The interior fit-out market has seen phenomenal growth in the last few years, according to Almoayyed Contracting Group.
However, the boom brings with it shortages in materials and rising prices. The prices of most interior-related building materials have risen over the past year, a company official said.
This has impacted the bottom line of contracts which have already been signed. From next year, clients can expect to see a rise in cost of interior fit outs, he said.
He pointed out that cheap imports from the Far East countries were sometimes of questionable quality and hence should be used with due consideration.
Almoayyed Interiors, he said, had grown into a force to reckon with, in the commercial fit-out segment of the market.
Part of Almoayyed Contracting Group, the company has done the interior renovation of Gulf Hotel, among various other prestigious fit-outs all over the island, he noted.
'Almoayyed Interiors offers its clients space planning and material selection options from its extensive material library and in-house design department. Having a joinery and gypsum workshop gives it the edge to offer good quality, highly customised solutions,' the official added.-TradeArabia News Service
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