UAE's Ducab unveils $5m employee housing complex in Jebel Ali

The 2,400m2 accommodation complex in Dubai was built as part of Ducab's 40th anniversary celebrations

Ducab's worker homes in Jebel Ali.
Ducab's worker homes in Jebel Ali.

Copper and aluminium cables manufacturer Ducab, owned by Abu Dhabi’s General Holding Corporation (Senaat) and Investment Corporation Dubai, has opened a 2,400m2 worker accommodation complex in Dubai’s Jebel Ali neighbourhood, built at a cost of $5.2m (AED19m) as part of its 40th anniversary celebrations.

The residential project, which will be home to 296 residents, comprises low-rise apartments, in addition to a first-aid room, a prayer room, and dining and recreation areas. Each unit is attached to a balcony and offers fully-furnished living spaces, as well as individual storage facilities.

Ducab’s employee accommodation provides all-round WiFi connectivity, in addition to pantry and laundry services.

Commenting on the project, chairman of Ducab, Dr Ahmad Bin Hassan Al Shaikh, said the facility was testament of Ducab's focus on worker welfare. 

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