Greenline strengthens position in ME
Dubai, October 26, 2011
Greenline Interiors (GLI), a leading interior design and fit-out firm in the region, is planning to open offices in Saudi Arabia and Qatar.
The comapny revealed that its current crop of completed and ongoing projects has allowed it to consolidate its foothold in the ME region interior design segment and position themselves as one of the leading players in the market.
Having established a presence in Saudi Arabia, Greenline Interiors, which is a part of the Greenline Group, is currently working on four new projects, which include fit-out work on two auditoriums in Princess Noura Bint Abdul Rahman University, the largest women-only university in the world, fit-out work for the Yamama Family Villas and the Rawda Palace which belongs to the royal family, and all the special and presidential suites of King Abdullah International Conference Hotel II.
According to GLI senior officials, the influx of projects in Saudi complements the planned opening of the company’s first office in Riyadh. Another source within the company also stated that the opening of the company’s Saudi branch is only the beginning, with a Qatari branch already in the pipeline and due to be opened before the end of the year.
On the local front, GLI has just wrapped up work for ‘GH-The Residence,’ which is an extension and exact replica to the iconic Grosvenor House Hotel in Dubai. Located in Dubai Marina, the company’s work can be seen in key areas of the newly built tower, which includes the lobby, lounge bar, two royal suites, Buddha Spa, pool bar, Toro Toro Grill, business centre and the Embassy Club.
The company is also finalising work on the Capital Plaza Hotel in Abu Dhabi, which includes complete fit-out work on eight floors of public areas as well as all the loose and fixed furniture of the hotel.
“These are exciting times for the region’s interior design industry as the move towards economic recovery has brought in an increased demand for interior design services. Participating at the inaugural edition of FoID gave us the opportunity to meet and develop new contacts and also allowed us to highlight our recently completed projects and also those that are currently in the pipeline,” said Lea Badro, business development director, Greenline Interiors. – TradeArabia News Service
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