By Becca Wilson
Success down to the company's people, says CEO.
Project and cost consultancy firm Faithful+Gould celebrated its Diamond Jubilee last week at its first cost management project in Dubai, the Burj Al Arab.
The international company became active in the Middle East around 10 years ago and projects like the iconic Burj Al Arab are only part of its success, according to Faithful+Gould's worldwide CEO, Richard Hall.
"If I could pinpoint the key to our success, it has been the commitment and expertise of our people. Without them, Faithful+Gould would not be the award-winning company it is today," he said.
Presently, the company provides three key services: project management, cost management and asset and facilities management.
Its asset and facilities management division has recently been awarded a contract to provide a FM programme for over 300 schools in Abu Dhabi. It has also been asked to assist in the provision of facilities management scoping for the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Faithful+Gould has more than 64 operational offices worldwide and opened its Dubai office in 2004.