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ISG Secures £21 Million Dubai Hotel Refurbishment

ISG has been awarded a circa £21 million project with Majid Al Futtaim Properties (MAF) to refurbish the iconic Kempinski Mall of the Emirates Hotel in Dubai. The scheme encompasses upgrading guest rooms, suites and ski chalets, meeting rooms, gym and spa facilities, as well as the refurbishment of the external façade of the building.
Published 28 April 2014

The project will be completed over multiple phases and by carefully sequencing the programme and adopting intelligent delivery techniques, ISG will minimise the impact of the work for patrons of the hotel, which will remain operational throughout the refurbishment period. The company has an international track record of delivering major hotel projects, including schemes at The Savoy Hotel in London, Shangri-La Hotel in Malaysia and the Fairmont Hotel in Singapore.

At the Kempinski Mall of the Emirates Hotel, ISG will work closely with the developer, hotel operator and lead consultant and architect, Aukett Swanke, to deliver one of Dubai’s largest hospitality refurbishment projects. ISG’s Middle East business was the recipient of the ‘Contractor of the Year’ award at the 2013 Commercial Interior Design Awards and, most recently, ISG has secured a coveted Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade, in recognition of the company’s sustained success in global markets.

David Lawther, ISG Chief Executive, said: "Our growing international reputation, diversified service offer and larger project capability makes ISG well positioned to take advantage of recovering overseas markets, especially in the hospitality and retail sectors. Securing a Queen's Award for International Trade is an independent validation of our achievements to seek sustainable growth from overseas markets and further diversify our business."

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