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Video: Imdaad's IFM work at Jumeirah Mosque, Dubai

ConstructionWeekOnline presents a video summary of the IFM services delivered at Jumeirah Mosque by Imdaad, under a contract including more than 500 IACAD facilities

As part of a three-year renewable agreement worth $8.2m (AED30m) per annum, Imdaad is providing a package of FM services across more than 500 mosques operated by Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities Department (IACAD), a part of the Government of Dubai.

The integrated FM (IFM) contract also includes 1,200 homes associated with the mosques, typically reserved for the imam and muazzin.

Key services delivered under the contract by more than 800 Imdaad operators include comprehensive maintenance – mainly for MEP and civil systems – in addition to general cleaning, security, landscaping, waste management, tank cleaning, pest control, fire protection systems maintenance, elevators maintenance, and sound systems maintenance.

READ: Imdaad's CEO on mosque management and the company's contract with IACAD

The in-house delivery model is deployed for most services provided under the contract, with cleaning services delivered by Isnaad. 

Scroll down to watch a video summary of the services Imdaad provides for IACAD. 

The video shows Imdaad's team at work in Jumeirah Mosque, one of the facilities included under its contract with IACAD. 

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