Arabian MEP Contracting bags Pearl Gateway deal
Firm to carry out full MEP works on project's 200m-tall Tower No.1
Arabian MEP Contracting has won a contract for the MEP works on the 200m-tall Pearl Gateway Tower No.1 overlooking Doha’s West Bay area.
The Qatar-based firm was appointed by the project’s main contractor for an unspecified sum in a deal which will see Arabian MEP’s scope of work carried out over a 24-month period.
Pearl Gateway Tower No. 1 will be a high-rise office tower with a built-up area of 76,000m² consisting of ground and mezzanine levels, with 43 upper floors including an eight-level podium.
HVAC cooling requirements for the tower will be connected through the district cooling network and the rest of the MEP building services will be based on the core and shell concept.
Commenting on the win, Arabian MEP Contracting’s CEO, Vasanth Kumar, said: “We have an excellent track record of successful completion and delivery of projects, especially in Pearl. We were the first MEP contractor to handover a batch of towers in Portarabia and later one more tower in Vivabahriya. I believe this reputation has brought us this Gateway Tower No. 1 win which is truly a most prestigious one.”