ANCG wins five $204m worth contracts, includes MEP work for emergency stations

ANCG also signed a contract to launch infrastructure work in Meydan.

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Al Naboodah Construction Group (ANCG) has won five contracts worth $204m (AED750m) that includes mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) work for fire, ambulance, and police stations.

ANCG has been contracted to build four substations for the Dubai Energy Water Authority (DEWA), three of which have been contracted through Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, with the remaining one to be delivered in a partnership with Siemens, Construction Week reported.

Work on the four substations will begin in July, with 2020 slated as a likely completion date.

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ANCG also signed a contract to launch infrastructure work in Meydan. Its scope includes building roads, landscaping, and the installation of utilities.

Another contract will see ANCG build a fire station, ambulance station, and police station, providing fit-out and mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) work for the three emergency stations.

Commenting on the contract wins, Senan Abdullah Mohammed Juma Al Naboodah, ANCG's managing director said: “Al Naboodah’s long history of construction in the UAE, as well as our unique business model which includes being self-sufficient and providing our own asphalt, concrete, MEP, plant, and equipment, makes us highly competitive in the industry."

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