LACASA Dubai adds new infrastructure services

Firm will add 15 specialised engineers to its Dubai-based team

Emad Jaber, Managing Partner, LACASA. (CPI Image)

Infrastructure design and supervision services have just been added to LACASA Dubai’s portfolio. The architectural and engineering firm says the move is in response to the growing number of master-planning projects it is undertaking in 2017.

The company is keen on offering its clients efficient processes, and says it has – over the years – established a reputation for being a one-stop-shop for architectural and engineering requirements.

“We have always strived to provide our clients with the most efficient processes to help them maximise efficiency as well as quality. We are optimistic about our new service offering, as it will allow us to provide holistic urban and master-planning design solutions to our clients,” said Emad Jaber, managing partner at LACASA.

LACASA will be growing its Dubai team in response to the addition of new services. It says it will be hiring 15 new specalised engineers within the next three months, with further expansion to come in the future.

The consultancy was established in Dubai in 2006. It has since expanded to other markets across the GCC in an effort to diversify its operations, and grow its pipeline of work. LACASA has also refined its corporate structure to provide better services and higher quality designs to its clients.


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