Trans Gulf Electro-Mechanical
Trans Gulf Electro-mechanical says it pulled in approximately $272m in revenue last year. Its workforce also increased by 5% to just over 3,000 in the same period. The last year has also seen a lot of structural change within the company. Specifically, the amalgamation of two businesses – Trans Gulf and Al Naboodah MEP.
“Management control has been assumed by the Al Naboodah Construction Group,” says general manager, Stuart McGregor. “Separately these were two very strong, well respected MEP construction brands in the market; together they form an even stronger capability and MEP delivery organisation which presents the construction market with the best in MEP services delivery.”
Over the next 12 months Trans Gulf is involved in some major projects such as: the UAE Ministry of Interiors headquarters at Wadi Al Sail, Das Island in Abu Dhabi, Landmark Group headquarters in Dubai and Sinyar Tower in Doha, to name a few.
“The challenge we face as always, is the available MEP budgets. Clients and contractors are keen to work with Trans Gulf because they know they will receive good quality, timely delivery and a proactive attitude,” McGregor says. “However to get this level of service, you cannot expect contracts to be accepted at a loss.”