http://walanet.org/events/category/webinar/2015-06-30/ http://sfpesandiego.org/?date=2016-2-11 Cushman & Wakefield, Riyadh: March 5, 2018 – Cushman & Wakefield has been an industry power player in the Middle East since 1975, where they have provided property and facilities management services for countless public and private sector clients. Their contribution to industry recently received acclamation by the recognition of two of the most coveted awards of 2017; Facilities Management Middle East Awards, and the Middle East Property Awards.
http://winkcalgary.com/TopicOverview/Topic_Investing_Becker.pdf C&W provide end to end property and facilities management services with an approach aimed at maximising the revenue stream and asset value for their clients, in all manner of commercial real estate projects.
The financial services company, MasterCard are relocating to new offices in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia and building on their global relationship Cushman & Wakefield will provide project management and integrated facilities management services.
The project management services envisaged for MasterCard include supplier management, invoice and cost validation, milestone payments, quality and cost control. Cushman & Wakefield The project is ‘turn key’ which will see Cushman & Wakefield appoint and manage the designers, constructor and furniture suppliers.
Once relocated, Cushman & Wakefield will continue to provide facilities management services in line with their global mandate.
MasterCard is a multinational financial services corporation based in the US, and are one of the world’s leading providers of credit cards, debit cards and other financial services.
“The fact that Cushman & Wakefield has earned the trust of various financial institutions to provide FM services, makes for another great step for Cushman & Wakefield in capturing the ever-maturing FM market in Saudi Arabia and solidifying our position as one of the leading providers of facilities management services across the Middle East’s banking and retail sectors.”
– states Chief Executive Richard Naylor