King Hamad University Hospital

Prestige order boost for Al Sharafi GlassKHUH ...

Al Sharafi provided frameless glass partitions for the project.

AL SHARAFI Glass was awarded the contract for glass and aluminium works at the King Hamad University Hospital (KHUH), which called for the supply of about 2,200 sq m of painted glass with aluminium frames and frameless glass partitions, as well as doors.

The Bahrain-based company, which started work on the BD40,000 ($106,000) order in May last year (2010), completed it in September.

“We took up this project as a challenge and engaged our workers and engineers to carry out the project on shifts extending a total of more than 14 hours a day under the strict supervision of Nass Group’s engineers,” says Zuhair uddin Sheikh, CEO of the company.

“It was a privilege for us to be part of this prestigious project, which we successfully completed within the stipulated time,” he adds.

Al Sharafi Glass was established in 2002 in Salmabad with a factory covering 450 sq m and office taking up 80 sq m. Its scope of activities covers supply and installation of glass and aluminium for the public and private sectors.

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Date: 4 February 2011

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