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Luxury Facilities Management LLC has won three ISO certifications (International Organisation for Standardisation).

The company currently handles the facilities management of all Damac Properties' buildings, including The Waves, Ocean Heights, Park Towers, Marina Terrace.

The certifications are for their Quality Management System, Occupational Health & Safety Management System, and Environmental Management System.

Niall McLoughlin, senior vice resident at Damac Properties said: “The three ISO certifications are a strong statement that Damac Properties is not only a leader in conceptualising and executing iconic projects but it has also a distinguished high levels of services secured by its various suppliers after completion and delivery of its buildings.”

The main areas covered by the ISO certified services are split into two main fields; hard services that includes mechanical, electrical, plumbing, systems maintenance, civil works, specialist systems such as fire alarm, fire protection, elevators, CCTV, and access control; and soft services such as: cleaning, security, pest control, concierge, life guards, landscaping, waste removal.

Mr Ahmad Al Khatib, General Manager for Assurance – BSI (British Standards Institute) Middle East and Africa said: "I applaud Luxury Facilities Management LLC for leading by example with their push to achieve three first class global standards across their organization. That being ISO 9001, ISO14001 and OHSAS 18001’.

“These certifications are evidence of Luxury Facilities Management LLC continuous efforts and commitment to best practices. The company and BSI share a common value and that is to make excellence a habit and we are looking forward to continuing working together with the organization. I would like to congratulate the entire project team, senior management and all staff members who were involved in this project.’’