Abu Dhabi – MENA Herald: Al Qudra Holding – one of the largest strategic investment firms in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi – will be commemorating the World Environment Day on June 5th 2016 through Al Qudra Facilities Management Services Company. The company has initiated a special voluntary project to clean-up city beaches in order to protect the environment and conserve human health, focusing on Al Maqtaa creek area, which is located in “between the bridges” area in the city of Abu Dhabi.

Commenting on the initiative, Mohamed Bin Thaloub Al Darei, Chairman of Al Qudra Holding said: “We are participating in this important initiative through Al Qudra Facilities Management Services Company as a part of Al Qudra’s on-going commitment to preserve the environment, and as a social responsibility initiative. We aim to become one of the leading facilities management services provider in the country, especially, since the construction sector and projects in the UAE are booming, and such huge projects will increase the demand for facilities management services once completed, to ensure quality standards and maintenance sustainability of these projects”.

“At Al Qudra Facilities Management Services Company, we offer high expertise and great international skills which helps in understanding customers’ needs to meet their requirements and achieve their goals, that comes in-line with the future vision of the company” he added.

Al Qudra Facilities Management Services Company provides integrated facilities management solutions using smart modern technologies and qualified manpower in accordance with the highest international standards and practices. The company ensures the achievement of the common objectives of its customers and enhances trade relations with them to achieve the highest levels of comfort and satisfaction. The services offered by the company includes cleaning and maintenance of sports facilities, swimming pools and recreation centers; landscaping, pest control and maintenance of buildings; the private security and surveillance systems and control systems crowds services.