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Imdaad signs MRHE facilities management deal

Imdaad will look after more than 3,000 homes at MRHE

 H.E. Sami Abdullah Gargash, CEO, MRHE, and Jamal Abdullah Lootah, CEO at Imdaad
H.E. Sami Abdullah Gargash, CEO, MRHE, and Jamal Abdullah Lootah, CEO at Imdaad

Facilities management provider, Imdaad, has signed a five-year strategic agreement with the Mohammed Bin Rashid Housing Establishment (MRHE).

Imdaad will provide full and integrated maintenance services for MRHE’s occupied residential units and houses with expired maintenance contracts.

The agreement was signed by H.E. Sami Abdullah Gargash, CEO, MRHE, and Jamal Abdullah Lootah, CEO at Imdaad, in the presence of high-ranking executives from both sides.

The partnership covers 3,485 houses including 544 units in Al Warqaa; 940 in Oud Al Muteena; 509 in Al Warqaa; and 252 houses in Al Barsha. The prices and types of services are applicable to the establishment’s 1,240-unit project in the Al Barsha area.

“We are pleased to enter into a strategic partnership with the Mohammed bin Rashid Housing Establishment," said Lootah.

"We at Imdaad share MRHE’s vision to achieve sustainable development by providing high quality services to Dubai residents.

"Our latest cooperative venture supports this vision as it aims to raise public awareness on environmental protection in line with Dubai’s efforts to transform itself into a green economy.

"We will provide services in accordance with the highest standards of efficiency, professionalism and excellence delivered by our specialized, experienced and highly skilled employees."

Gargash said: “We are honoured to sign this new agreement with Imdaad as a complement to our efforts to provide the highest levels of community service and excellent care according to the best global practices and the highest standards of quality, luxury and welfare."


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