Dubai-based integrated facilities management (FM) services provider, Imdaad has signed a new contract with PID Owners Association Management (PIDOAM), a subsidiary of Dubai Investments, to provide waste management services across its Green Community -Dubai Investments Park (DIP).
According to the statement, Imdaad will offer its market-leading waste management solutions and services across the entire Green Community- DIP, in addition to The Market Mall, and some office blocks within DIP.
The contract was signed by Mr. Jamal Abdulla Lootah, Group CEO of Imdaad, and Mr. Saood Al Mutaiwee, General Manager of PIDOAM.
“The success of Dubai’s real sector owes not only to the unique residential, office, commercial and industrial offerings it provides but also to the highest standards of quality, cleanliness, and hygiene at their premises. Over the past 15 years, Imdaad has been contributing to the growth and development of the sector by maintaining the performance, efficiency, and appeal of various real estate assets in the city with its industry-leading FM services. This stellar track record has enabled us to win the trust of leading developers and management firms such as PIDOAM, which has steadily built up a strong portfolio of highly sought-after properties under its management. Through our innovative waste management solutions, we will complement our partner’s efforts to ensure the upkeep of its assets and offer a comfortable and worry-free experience for tenants and visitors.”
Mr. Lootah said that, “Our main focus as the Owners Association Management is ensuring efficient management of the communities by collaborating and engaging with experienced and well-known partners towards ensuring efficient management of community assets. It is great that our partnership with Imdaad is progressing steadily, and this marks our 2nd contract with them for the Green Community – DIP.”
“The implementation of the waste management solution is an important aspect to ensure the health and well-being of the community and we are closely monitoring the communities to identify gaps if any and focus on the immediate steps to resolve them as soon as possible,” the Group CEO concluded.