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Macro On The Crest Of An Indian Wave

20 February 2018 | Updated 01 January 1970
 

Macro, Mace’s facilities management division, has been appointed to manage six towers in Gurugram, India.

The DLF5 Crest is a luxury residential development of 765 units. The appointment is the first Indian residential facilities management contract secured by Macro, which works to operate commercial, residential and leisure facilities across the world on behalf of its clients.

Macro manages a number of other properties in India on behalf of Invesco, a long-term global client. DLF is India’s largest real estate development company.

The contract will see Macro deliver facilities and estate management services in the common areas of The Crest condominium, including security, grounds keeping, lift maintenance, landscaping, cleaning and pest control across the project’s 8.8 acres.

Mace’s consultancy arm has been delivering Project Management services on the project since its inception in 2012.

Aakash Ohri, Senior Executive Director, DLF, said: “Over the past five years, Mace has delivered fantastic results for us, managing a number of our residential and commercial projects. We are very confident in our appointment.”

 

Picture: The Crest in India

 

Article written by Brian Shillibeer | Published 20 February 2018

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