National Projects & Construction Moves into New Headquarter

ABU DHABI — National Projects & Construction or NPC, one of the leading Abu Dhabi based construction conglomerates, moved into its new headquarters in Musaffah as part of its corporate expansion plans on the back of robust 
growth in business.

By Staff Report

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Published: Mon 3 Aug 2009, 10:53 PM

Last updated: Sun 5 Apr 2015, 9:30 PM

The new headquarters was inaugurated by Shaikh Hazza bin Zayed Al Nahyan, National Security Adviser, in the presence of Shaikh Tahnoon Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, and senior management of the company and members of thebusiness community.

NPC is currently working on a project portfolio of Dh4.5 Billion, having won major construction contracts from prestigious property developers like Hydra Properties, Tamouh, Sourouh, Al Qudra, Reem Investments, Reem Properties, Royal Group and International Capital Trading.

The Rawdhat Abu Dhabi, Marina Square, Danet Abu Dhabi, The Nation Towers and the recently handed-over iconic Danet Holiday Inn Hotel in Abu Dhabi are amongst the iconic developments in NPC’s project portfolio.

The company has already handed-over numerous projects with a total built-up area of 5.5 million Sqft approximately and is expected to deliver additional 2 million Square feet by the end of 2009.

Commenting on future outlook, Salem Al Neyadi said: “The UAE has been strategic about its long-term growth, investing heavily in infrastructure, tourism and diversification of the economy. NPC has and will continue to be a part of this measured growth by participating in the building of new communities, landmark projects and infrastructure.”

The year 2008 saw NPC consolidate its position as one of the leading construction companies in Abu Dhabi. As a part of its strategy for growth and expansion, NPC also entered into strategic knowledge and expertise sharing partnerships with a number of international companies that are leaders in handling mega-projects.

Earlier in a major technological revamp, the company had sourced cutting-edge precision driven construction equipment for over Dh50 million.

haseebhaider@khaleejtimes.com



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