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AESG expands workforce by 115% as Middle East demand grows

AESG announced that it has expanded its team by 115% in the last 12 months despite challenging market conditions

Saeed Al Abbar, director at AESG.
Saeed Al Abbar, director at AESG.

AESG announced that it has expanded its team by 115% in the last 12 months despite challenging market conditions.

This follows a surge in the volume of multi-speciality as well as large commissioning projects that AESG has been awarded in recent months.

Additions to the company’s team include highly-qualified project management specialists, façade engineers, fire and life safety consultants, commissioning managers, sustainability consultants and environmental consultants.

Saeed Al Abbar, director at AESG, said: “A unique advantage of working with AESG is that clients are offered a comprehensive set of services from a single organization.

“Providing all services as a unified package with dedicated project managers and streamlined processes has enabled us to deliver more integrated solutions. As there are strong interlinks between these service disciplines, our process is also more coordinated and efficient.”

ASGC is also looking to further expand its business to different markets and sectors, with Al Abbar adding: “Our mission is to position AESG as a global market leader in consulting services by being the first UAE-owned and incubated engineering consultancy firm to penetrate global markets.”

The company has delivered several projects this year, including for a major residential development on Saadiyat Island in Abu Dhabi which includes over 25 buildings, as well as for projects in the Dubai Creek Harbour and Dubai Business Bay. 

AESG’s commissioning division has recorded notable project awards in the residential, hospitality, retail, and critical infrastructure sectors.

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