Emrill wins 414m-high Princess Tower FM contract.
Emrill has won a facilities contract for the Guinness World Record-breaking Princess Tower in Dubai Marina.
The tower, which is the tallest residential building in the world, was completed by developer Tameer last month.
Emrill managing director Ben Churchill said: "We are thrilled to service the iconic Princess Tower development. Our service solution was carefully tailored to meet the challenges set out by Kingfield to provide an integrated facilities management service that would uphold Princess Tower to the superior standards expected of a world-renowned residential building."
Emrill was selected by the Kingfield Owner's Association to provide facilities services which include MEP, housekeeping, concierge, security services, lifeguards and helpdesk facilities.
Samer Khalifeh, general manager of Kingfield, said: "After an intensive tender process, we identified Emrill as the right match due to their unparalleled service quality, innovative best practices and extensive experience in providing facilities services to challenging projects across the country."
The tower, at 414 metres, is officially recognised as the World's Tallest Residential Building by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH).
Tameer's flagship project boasts 1.75m ft 2 of built-up area, 763 residential units, 957 parking bays and eight shops.
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|Date:||Oct 24, 2012|
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