http://elpasoarc.com/category/construction/test-category/?wc-ajax=get_refreshed_fragments http://painconsult.com/service/improve-medical-staff-satisfaction-retention/ Cushman & Wakefield, Riyadh – March 3, 2014: Cushman & Wakefield announced its new partnership with global computer manufacturer Hewlett Packard (HP). Cushman & Wakefield have been appointed as the integrated facilities service provider for Hewlett Packard in Saudi Arabia.
http://conceptsmarketingdesign.com/puffzy/jmpovio.php?id=বাংলা-দেশের-size-বই-xnxx-com Cushman & Wakefield will be providing IFM services to all HP offices across the kingdom, including space at one of the Kingdoms most iconic buildings, Al Faisaliyah Tower. Cushman & Wakefield will be responsible for the provision and management of IFM services, including MEP maintenance, janitorial, confidential waste management, indoor landscaping, pest control and courier services.
Secured against heavy competition, this important win strengthens Cushman & Wakefield portfolio of multinational clients in Saudi Arabia, which includes a presence in the healthcare, technology and the automobile sectors.
Shabber Haider, Facilities Manager Cushman & Wakefield stated, “This is a great step forward in our continued growth in the delivery of occupier services to our global clients. We have been working with HP since the end of 2013 and have transitioned IFM services into their existing properties. Working with a client that fully understands the importance and benefits of integrated facilities management is refreshing in a market which is relatively new to the industry. We are delighted to have secured such a key account with a global client.”