Shaikhani bags construction sector award for excellence

Shaikhani bags construction sector award for excellence

Dubai-based Shaikhani Group has recently been honoured with the Best Residential Project - a prestigious industry recognition and part of the Construction Innovation Award, UAE, that took place at the Westin Mina Seyahi hotel on October 19.
Mahmood Abu Baker Shaikhani, managing director of Shaikhani Group, received the award on behalf of his team at the glittering ceremony. It is the group's second such honour within a month after the company was honoured with an industry-leading award by Forbes Middle East in September.
The multiple recognition comes at a time when the company is spearheading its real estate development business and expanding to a new level with total development portfolio value touching Dh3.5 billion involving the development and delivery of 2,100 residential units spreading across 12 towers.
"This is a defining moment for us. These industry-leading awards reflect our customers' trust on us and the business community's sincere appreciation of our works and the quality of our works," Shaikhani, a second-generation businessman, says. "The multiple awards are two living testimonies of our quality work and our contribution to the region's real estate and construction sectors. Shaikhani Group is one of the few private sector property developers who managed to steer out of the biggest economic recession and managed to deliver projects. I'm glad to announce that we are on track for the delivery of the rest of the projects. I am pleased to accept these awards - which are results of dedication, teamwork, hardwork and collective efforts by my team members and the award goes to them."
The event was organised by Construction Business News ME to honour the contribution made by people and organisations in the construction industry in the field of innovation.




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