posted on 24/07/2012: 1028 views
Abu Dhabi General Services Company Musanada on Sunday announced that it successfully led and completed all the needed arrangements to prepare the mosques in Abu Dhabi to receive worshipers during the holy month of Ramadan.
The maintenance program included the planned and preventive maintenance for all the assets before the advent of the holy month of Ramadan. Musanada further oversaw that 24-hours Emergency plans were tested to be prepared should any emergencies arise, and is in charge of ensuring that emergency services are provided around the clock, even on Fridays and Eid Al Fitr.
In its endeavour to offer the best dependable services to its clients, Musanada has set up a Help Desk through a toll free number which operates 24/7, and has distributed maintenance vehicles across the Emirate in case of any emergencies.
Director of Facilities Management under Building Services, Musanada, Abdulla Al Dhaheri said: "Musanada has once again raised the standards this time with upholding mosques. We are tremendously proud and honoured to be responsible for this project that reflects the vision of Abu Dhabi's government in its dedication to always provide its citizens with the best quality of life in addition to its strive to become among the best five governments in the world".
Musanada's Facilities Management department is in charge of managing and overseeing FM services for over 3,250 sites throughout the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, including approximately 2050 mosques and 270 schools in addition to government buildings and social '&' sports facilities. – Emirates News Agency, WAM
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