McMaster is the Leading MEP Contractor for Dubai & Abu Dhabi

McMaster has been a leading MEP contractor for the past decade and has focused on hiring key professionals and developing continuous improvement strategies. Hiring the right MEP company in Dubai will save you valuable time and cost.

Business Bay, UAE (Merxwire) – McMaster is an authorized mechanical and electrical company of Dubai and Abu Dhabi and has recently completed many outstanding projects. To be a leading MEP contractor is not easy. Over the past decade, McMaster has focused on hiring key professionals and developing continuous improvement strategies to maintain the company’s position in Dubai and Abu Dhabi.

In the past few years, many electromechanical companies have experienced ups and downs in Dubai, and MEP contractors have been vying for the largest market share. Although the competition of various electromechanical companies can promote industrial progress and bring great benefits to customers, it will also have some bad effects. Therefore, for the customer, the following factors should be considered before hiring MEP in Dubai.

Referrals and Recommendations

You would be surprised by the number of electromechanical companies in Dubai and Abu Dhabi that would only present you with their prequalification approvals on projects, which is not a true indicator on their true performance from the initial stages of engineering, execution, handover to authorities, throughout testing and commissioning, handover to client and finally their responsiveness during the Defects Liability Period (DLP).

In-House Expertise

Not every electromechanical company in Dubai holds its in-house engineering team and technicians and mostly resort to subcontracting major scopes depending on their capability to handle specific disciplines such as electrical, plumbing or HVAC companies in Dubai. That said, a large number of electromechanical companies in Dubai rely on outsourcing and labor supply which impacts quality leaving clients behind with problematic MEP installations.

Financial Standing

Last but not least, it is only common sense to obtain a good understanding of the financial standing of an electromechanical company in Dubai prior to job awarding. Ensuring, that the MEP contractor is capable of providing bank guarantees is an indicator of good financial standing. Generally, electromechanical companies in Dubai and Abu Dhabi that avoid providing bank guarantees are financially unstable and are likely to jeopardize timely project progression and completion.

Licenses and Certifications

A company may operate in more than once city with multiple activities but may not be specifically licensed to carry out projects as an electromechanical company in Dubai or Abu Dhabi. Various legislative authorities across the UAE, license electromechanical companies based on engineering qualifications and capabilities of personnel which undergo various screenings and tests. Proof of valid authority licensing and approvals must be scrutinized prior to awarding an MEP subcontract to an electromechanical company in Dubai, Abu Dhabi or any other emirate.

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