ECC Renovations showcases AED 8.3 Million Office Fit-out Portfolio in the SME Sector
· SME’s account for 95% of the establishments in Dubai, contributing over 47% to Dubai’s GDP as of 2018
UAE-based renovation and fit-out entity, ECC Renovations announced their office fit-out portfolio had reached a total of AED 8.3 million by Q3 2018. Established in 2014, ECC Renovations is the small-to-medium scale fit-out and construction entity of ECC Group, with an emphasis on catering to the small and medium enterprises (SME) sector, that contributes over 47% to Dubai’s GDP according to a report by Dubai SME and the Dubai Statistics Centre, as of 2018.
ECC Renovations aims to capitalize on the SME market, successfully completing the office fit-outs for multiple well-known companies in Dubai such as LACASA, MCS/Action – the UAE arm of Action Global Communications as well as MMG Eventz.
Zamahn Sajjad, Project Manager at ECC Renovations, commented: “We have a great deal of experience working on a variety of projects, ranging from office fit-outs and gyms to bespoke residential renovations and extensions; We pride ourselves on our strict attention to detail and adherence to extremely high-quality standards.”
He added: “We fully understand the stress involved in the approval and construction process and our key focus is to support our clients and key partners to make the process as smooth and enjoyable as possible; We also have an excellent and diverse team of professionals that bring their expertise to all our projects, allowing us to deliver on time and ahead of schedule.”
ECC Renovations has a diversified portfolio and one of their key milestones is the delivery of the H2 Fuel Station, one of the first hydrogen fuel stations in the Middle East.
Due to their integration with ECC Group, one of the most established and diverse contracting companies in the region, with a current size of over 9000 employees, ECC Renovations’ are able to leverage on the latest technologies, systems and practices implemented at the group level and the associated companies, such as Building Information Modelling (BIM), Value Engineering, Lean principles, while also being able to work on projects that require more manpower.