ISG completes fit-out of Abu Dhabi Accountability Authority office
Fit-out work for the government organisation's 6,000m2 office was delivered within a 12-week window
Fit-out contractor ISG has finished Abu Dhabi Accountability Authority's (ADDA) new office, designed by Perkins + Will.
ISG said it delivered the government body’s 6,000m² office in under 12 weeks, describing the delivery programme as “extremely tight”.
The contractor was appointed to work on the project in August 2018, two months after the fit-out contract was tendered by the government authority. Its work involved converting the shell and core structure into an operational office.
ISG delivered a lateral working space with 236 closed workstations, in addition to closed offices, meeting rooms, a library, and a majlis designed for high-level talks.
The UAE facility is spread across one floor, and ISG said it worked closely with the building’s main construction team, since various “critical systems” had not been commissioned or installed when it mobilised.
Commenting on ISG's work, executive director of ADDA, Abdulaziz Abdulla Al Khoori, said: “We tendered this project in June 2018 and we knew then that we needed a fit-out contractor with certain experience to be able to complete it.
“We commend [ISG] in particular for its project management expertise and supply chain innovation.”
Scott McCulloch, general manager of ISG in the Middle East, added: “We are delighted to celebrate the handover of this project alongside our clients, who were extremely supportive of ISG throughout the duration of the project.
“This was an exciting and challenging project for our team because of the extremely tight programme from the outset and high-quality requirements of our client.”