Concorde-Corodex arm wins Mushrif Park MEP deal
Firm to install security and access systems, telecoms and data
Low Current Solution Division (CCG-LCS), a subsidiary of the Concorde–Corodex Group and Al Mana Group of Companies (CCG), has won a contract to supply and maintain low-voltage systems at Mushrif Central Park in Abu Dhabi.
It has been appointed by the MEP contractor working on the park, Zener Electronics & Electrical Services.
The scope of the contract includes installation of an IP video surveillance system of Pelco by Schneider Electric, an IP access control system by Maxxess Systems, a data and telecommunication backbone by 3M, Master Antenna Television distribution by Triax and a time and attendance system for employees.
“Mushrif Central Park will represent the next generation experience for the park users and all the latest advances in security & communication facilities will be available for the users’ convenience," said Zener Electrical's MEP manager, Praveen Kumar.
Mahmood Awad, Concorde–Corodex Group's managing director, said: "The award of the contract on specialised ELV systems for Mushrif Central Park demonstrates the concern and care that the government of Abu Dhabi, has for its residents. The authorities have ensured that the visitors can relax in the confidence of a safe and secure surrounding, while enjoying the facilities at the park.”