DSI lands big Kuwait contract
Drake and Scull International (DSI) has signed a contract worth just over US $8 million (KD2.4 million) with Kuwait?s State Audit Bureau (SAB) to revamp its building infrastructure.
Drake and Scull International (DSI) has signed a contract worth just over US $8 million (KD2.4 million) with Kuwait’s State Audit Bureau (SAB) to revamp its building infrastructure.
It will implement a multi-service network using the most advanced technological solutions for overall project management and system integration.
“This is yet another significant gain for us.
Drake and Scull is now extending the expertise and thorough market knowledge it has acquired over the four decades of operations in the UAE, to Kuwait in a big way, where the company has bagged several prestigious projects,” said Khaldoun Al Tabari, executive director of DSI.
Drake and Scull will adopt a comprehensive range of advanced solutions at SAB.
These include the intelligent notification and integration system that DSI will deploy via GPS/GPRS using telematics technology in collaboration with the Ministry on Interior (MOI), the Kuwait Fire Brigade (KFB) and the Ambulance Service.
Other solutions include BMS, a building utility service network, IP telephony, a surveillance CCTV system, an access control system, an assets and document management system, a parking control system and a public address system.
Al Tabari added: “With its end-to-end service capability and in-depth knowledge of the regional market, DSI is positioned to undertake and successfully complete intricate project management tasks.”