Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Navayuga completes piling work at Al Reem Island projects

Work for ten residential cum commercial towers Establishes credentials as leading infrastructure support company Navayuga Engineering Company (NEC), (Chinta Visweswara Rao Chairman and Managing Director) the Abu Dhabi-based infrastructure development and construction company, has undertaken piling work for ten residential cum commercial towers for two projects within Al Reem Island in Abu Dhabi.

In all, 1,496 deep piles were laid for the two projects, and were executed as per schedule, highlighting the project development expertise of the company. The infrastructure work was undertaken for the City of Lights and Pearl Bay mixed development in Al Reem Island, developed by Al Tamouh Investments. For City of Lights, NEC completed piling work for five towers of 35 to 54 floors and for Pearl Bay, the company undertook piling for another five towers of over 30 floors each. Presently the main Superstructure works have started by major Chinese and Korea controllers. “Infrastructure support projects are one of our core competencies,” said Mr Antony A. David, General Manager, NEC. “We have an established track-record of on-schedule completion of complex projects by leveraging our extensive expertise and large profile of modern machinery.

The piling work for City of Lights and Pearl Bay further highlights our credentials as a strong partner in infrastructure projects.” He said that the company is focusing on diversifying the project portfolio in the UAE and also expanding to other markets in the region. “We are on course to achieving our growth targets and are in the process of finalizing strong orders in various construction sectors.”

Already regarded as one of the top ten piling companies in the UAE, Navayuga attained the impressive growth in a very short span of time. “We mobilized a large fleet of equipment and have a team of over 500 professionals and skilled workers. The manpower and machinery resources give us an upper hand in undertaking complex projects,” said Mr David. NEC recently opened its branch office in Dubai to explore new growth opportunities across the UAE. The company has a strong track-record in India, where it is involved in the construction of ports, flyovers, elevated highways and other mammoth construction projects. NEC established its first overseas piling business branch in Qatar in 2006, and is currently involved in major projects in Qatar.

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