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Tasweek Real Estate signs Brayan Polyteck FM deal

Company says MoU will attract new business partners for the FM firm

Tasweek has signed a MoU with Brayan Polyteck Facilities Management.
Tasweek has signed a MoU with Brayan Polyteck Facilities Management.

Under the terms of the agreement, Tasweek will introduce Brayan Polyteck’s products and services to its customers and attract new partnership opportunities that will generate business for the facilities management firm.

Its partner will in turn deliver its facility, technical and energy services to Tasweek and the property company’s referred clients.

“Our partnership with Brayan Polyteck will enable us to enhance our value chain in terms of facilities management and support further growth of business across the Emirates,” said Masood Al Awar, CEO, Tasweek Real Estate Development and Marketing.

“The company’s best practices will be of great help in enhancing the FM knowledge and capabilities of our management team. Our clients, on the other hand, will greatly benefit from gaining access to Brayan Polyteck’s world-class FM services.

“Moreover, the rapid development of services related to real estate facility management will sustain the real estate industry’s profitability and growth in the future.”

Both parties have agreed to mutually fund projects on a case-by-case basis as covered by the MoU, signed recently.

Brayan Polyteck Facilities Management is a division of Polyteck Building Services, a UK-based company delivering a single point of service for all building services problems, which currently maintains a property asset value of over $1.3bn.

The division’s services includes planned and response maintenance, gas and electrical compliance, void management, recycling and waste management, estate cleaning, carbon minimisation, stock condition monitoring, and electrical works.

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