Emirates Glass, one of the largest processors of flat architectural glass in the region, has won mega projects worth Dh100 million ($27.2 million) across the UAE, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia.
It is currently executing more than Dh50 million ($13.6 million) worth of contracts in the GCC in addition to winning contracts across Asia.
The new project wins include high performance, energy-saving, reflective coated glass products for the Ministries Complex in Kuwait; the first-ever greenhouse being constructed in Dubai named as The Quran Park; the Enterprise Command and Control Centre (EC3) for Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority; and ITCC Tower and Maad Tower in Saudi Arabia.
Additionally, within the UAE, the company has won glass contracts for Akoya Villas, Nad Al Sheba Villas, Dubai Hills Villas, Oud Al Mateena Villas, 1017 Yas West, Al Yaher, Tiara United Tower, Suites in the Skai, the Habtoor Tower, Mamsha Al Saadiyat, Adnoc Complex, Manazil Terhab Hotel, Ajman City Center and other developments.
Rizwanulla Khan, executive president at Emirates Glass, says: “These prestigious projects for Emirates Glass are a testimony to the growth potential of its high-quality, energy-efficient products. The company has an excellent portfolio of projects in the Gulf region and beyond, which has cemented its credibility as a trusted supplier of glass products in the region and overseas.”