Eversendai secures RM196m jobs in Qatar, Abu Dhabi


Eversendai executive chairman and group managing director Tan Sri A.K. Nathan: "Our core business tender book stands at RM10bil and we confident to win more work progressively."

Eversendai executive chairman and group managing director Tan Sri A.K. Nathan: "Our core business tender book stands at RM10bil and we confident to win more work progressively."

KUALA LUMPUR: Eversendai Corporation Bhd has secured three new projects with a combined value of RM196mil in Abu Dhabi and Qatar. 

The newly acquired job in Abu Dhabi involves a museum project. Eversendai was also awarded structural steel works for two high-rise building projects in Qatar, the company said in a statement on Monday.

With the new wins, Eversendai brings its total contract wins to RM602mil since Jan 1, 2019 while its order book has increased to RM2.52bil. 

The first project in Qatar was awarded by Al Baker Investments / Redco Construction – Almana. It comprises connection design, engineering, fabrication, supply and installation of structural steel works, metal decking and fireproofing works for the Albaker Hotel Tower 1 & 2 in Doha, Qatar.
 
The second project in Qatar was awarded by QIMC / Redco Construction – Almana. It comprises shop and fabrication drawings, supply fabrication and shear stud fixing, blasting, primer and delivery of composite beam to site for the Abraj Al Tahwiliya (QIMC Tower at West Bay) in Doha.

The third project in Abu Dhabi was awarded by Arabtec Construction and comprises connection design, fabrication, supply, erection, painting and fireproofing of structural steel works.

“Our core business tender book stands at RM10bil and we confident to win more work progressively. Eversendai is continuously looking at delving into new opportunities in inter-related industries whilst maintaining its commendable performance and track record. 

“Our business philosophy is to not depend on a single market or client,” said its executive chairman and group managing director Tan Sri A.K. Nathan.

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