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Contractor to open attraction at KidzMondo Doha

by James Morgan on Apr 24, 2016


UCC’s KidzMondo Doha establishment will promote design, procurement, and construction activities to children aged between two and 14.
UCC’s KidzMondo Doha establishment will promote design, procurement, and construction activities to children aged between two and 14.

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UrbaCon Trading & Contracting (UCC) is to establish a construction-themed attraction at KidzMondo Doha.

The UCC establishment at the indoor theme park will promote design, procurement, and construction activities to children aged between two and 14.

The Qatar-based contractor’s establishment will form part of the wider mini-community at KidzMondo Doha, which boasts its own economy and currency, and includes more than 80 business simulation activities for youngsters.

Commenting on the partnership, Glyn Thomas, chief operating officer of UCC, said: “We are pleased to shake hands with KidzMondo Doha for adding a UCC establishment to the edutainment city’s rich variety of entertaining activities for children.

“Through this fruitful partnership, young visitors will be able to engage in parallel activities for design, procurement, and construction, through a business model that is driven by commitment to excellence,” he explained.

Nabil R Bakarat, general manager of KidzMondo Doha, added: “Our latest partnership with UCC, a leading grade-one licensed builder and contracting company, will give our young visitors the chance to indulge in yet another rewarding and educational activity at KidzMondo Doha, which further enriches their experience at our indoor edutainment theme park.”

KidzMondo Doha is designed to provide a fun and holistic learning experience that supports the physical and mental growth of young visitors, according to its operators.



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