Azizi Developments awards $10.8m HVAC contract to Daikin

UAE real estate developer Azizi Developments has awarded a HVAC contract worth more than $10.89m (AED40m) to air conditioning and heating solutions provider Daikin to supply high-end cooling equipment for the its upcoming communities.

The contract comprises HVAC systems for more than 35 of Azizi’s buildings in Riviera; Dubai’s new waterfront-lifestyle landmark in MBR City, for Creek Views; Azizi’s 634-unit luxury development in Dubai Healthcare City; as well as for Berton, the developer’s residential development in Al Furjan.

The HVAC system, supplied by Daikin, comprises 72 of its air-cooled chillers, over 10,000 fan coil units and 62 fresh air handling units.

Speaking about the HVAC deal, chief operating officer at Azizi Developments, Afzaal Hussain, said: “This major contract award, which is the latest in our recent sourcing efforts, follows an in-depth analysis of the world’s most prominent HVAC system suppliers. Having carefully studied all options, Daikin has emerged as the clear winner and best-in-class Japanese manufacturer, considering its high-tech fan coil units, air handling units and chiller systems, which all surpass international standards in terms of both build quality and energy efficiency.”

Commenting on its supplied services as part of the HVAC contract, chairman and president of Daikin Middle East & Africa, Masaaki Miyatake, said: “The communities that we will be supplying – Riviera, Creek Views and Berton – are all exceptional residential destinations that we see our products as the perfect fit. We look forward to delivering value in the form of the most advanced, environmentally friendly air conditioning solutions.

This collaboration emphasises our determination to strengthen and expand our business, create and provide advanced HVAC-R solutions, achieve our overarching goal of creating new value for our customers, contribute to society and save energy.”


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