ServU gets contracts valued at AED 18 million at Expo
ServeU, a Union Properties’ subsidiary, has won the bid to manage the facilities of 14 pavilions participating at Expo 2020 Dubai, valued at AED 18 million. The 14 new contracts are the latest addition to the company's agreements with the pavilions participating in Expo 2020 Dubai including one with the United Kingdom to provide its pavilion with human resources services and additional manpower. The awarded contracts further cement ServeU’s reputation, known for its capability in providing quality and efficient services through its automated systems and digital innovations.
The new contracts cover the maintenance of facilities covering a total area spanning 30,000 square meters of the Expo 2020 with a team of 300 experts, technicians and specialists and includes providing the human resource (HR) and staffing services for the pavilions, such as guide management, cleaning, security and administration, and logistics.
H.E Khalifa Hassan Al Hammadi, Chairman of the Board of Directors at Union Properties, the parent company of ServeU said: “We are pleased to announce that ServeU has won these contracts that reflects the company's leadership in the facilities management services. This also reaffirms the market’s growing confidence in the technical expertise and specialized competencies of our teams. These contracts will open new opportunities for the company to boost its presence, enhance competitiveness in the local and regional markets, as well as highlight our capabilities in maintaining high quality standards and efficiency in the FM industry.”
ServU is preparing the team to meet and exceed the expectations of its international stakeholders. In the words of Gary Reader, General Manager, ServeU, "We aim to enhance the experience of visitors and guests of the pavilions and contribute to the success of our customers during their participation in this global platform. Our modern technologies, integrated systems and three decades of experience in the industry will be utilized to meet the goals.”