EBS secures projects worth $61.2mn
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EBS secures projects worth $61.2mn

Emirates Building Systems (EBS) has announced the achievement of major contracts valued at over US $61.2mn, which is said to underscore the firm’s position as a trusted partner in the region’s steel manufacturing and construction industry.

The new projects include the Advanced Manufacturing Plant AMP-2 for Lucid Motors in King Faisal Abdullah Economic City, the Catering Central Building and Laundry Building for Catrion, the ADNOC Gas Processing and Habshan CO2 Recovery plant, and part of the steel structure for the 82-floor Habtoor Tower.

These contracts are said to add to EBS’s extensive portfolio of ongoing projects, which includes the Calcined Petroleum Coke Plant in Sohar, Oman, two aircraft hangars for Etihad Engineering at Abu Dhabi International Airport, and various factories and logistics centers across the region.

“The steel manufacturing industry in the Middle East is undergoing a paradigm shift driven by rapid technological advancements and a heightened focus on sustainability. According to recent reports by the World Steel Association, steel demand in the Middle East and North Africa is expected to grow significantly, with forecasts predicting approx. 3.2% increase in 2024. This surge is largely due to expansive infrastructure projects and the region’s economic resilience​,” said Joseph Chidiac, General Manager at Emirates Building Systems.

He added, “At EBS, we are stepping up our efforts to meet this growing demand by expanding our capabilities and embracing cutting-edge technologies. Our commitment to delivering high-quality steel solutions across various industries—be it advanced manufacturing, oil and gas, or high-rise residential projects—positions us at the forefront of this industrial evolution. “We remain dedicated to not only meeting but exceeding the expectations of our clients and contributing to the sustainable growth of the steel industry in the region.”

EBS has expanded its workforce to ensure timely and high-quality project execution. The firm also said it maintains stringent quality management standards across its internal systems and processes, and noted that its commitment to quality and environmental standards has been recognised.

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