Facilities management company lands deal covering first building at mixed-use development
Macro has been appointed by the Dubai World Trade Centre to manage the facilities and fit-out services for the first completed building in a new mixed-use development.
The contract won by the facilities management company covers one commercial building, the surrounding public space, a substation and the basement of phase 1A of the upcoming Dubai Trade Centre District (DTCD).
Macro said it would be providing a helpdesk and computer aided facilities management system (CAFM) for three years.
Master plans for the DTCD development include commercial areas, hotels, retail space and associated infrastructure.
Macro will manage tenant fit-out works and support DWTC in the transition of the office building from construction works to the operations phase.
Other services to be offered by Macro include mechanical, electrical and plumbing, cleaning, waste management and pest control.
“We are thrilled to be working with the Dubai World Trade Centre and are excited to embark on this project. DTCD is a world class mixed-use development and we look forward to a long and fruitful relationship,” said Nigel Davies, Director of Operations at Macro.