Abdali Boulevard Company PSC, a subsidiary of Abdali investment and Growth Group and the company behind The Boulevard, has recently granted the management of its centers to EFS Facilities Providers, a global facilities monitoring company with a presence in over 22 nations and whose client roster features a few of the most prominent regional corporations and institutions.
Under the scope of the three-year contract, EFS Facilities Services will certainly give fully-integrated centers monitoring services for the project, including engineering, upkeep, cleansing and other soft services. EFS will certainly also ensure the implementation of global ideal practices and the provision of premium service distribution in accordance with The Boulevard’s criteria whereby the services will certainly be sustained by excellence, innovation and cutting edge facilities powered by an innovative technical platform.
Commenting about the signing of this partnership, the chairman of Abdali Group Aqel Biltaji claimed: "Partnering with EFS Facilities Services, a regional leader in integrated centers monitoring Services, mirrors our commitment to offering the best support services to our stakeholders, whether lessees, hotel residents, visitors or staff members working at The Boulevard. Our goal is the stipulation of the ultimate experience that focuses on their utmost ease and health and to assure adherence to the precise guidelines established for all facilities operating within The Boulevard."
At the signing ceremony, EFS Facilities Provider Group Chief Executive Officer Tariq Chauhan said: "We are happy to deal with Abdali Boulevard Company PSC, a subsidiary of Abdali Financial investment and Advancement PSC, which is a popular real-estate titan in the Jordanian funding. We take satisfaction in this partnership, and consider this our flagship project in Jordan. We consider this project our possibility to highlight our solid visibility in the region, placing ourselves as the chosen centers monitoring partner of choice for top Jordanian companies."