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Trouvay & Cauvin ink deals for Abu Dhabi projects

By Gavin Davids  www.constructionweekonline.com

Trouvay and Cauvin Group, the Dubai headquartered pipe and valve specialist company, has announced that it has been appointed to supply products and services for two major Abu Dhabi based projects.

Abu DhabiEmirates Technical Associate, the MEP contractor for the Cleveland Clinic in Abu Dhabi, said that it had signed a contract worth $1.3m with Trouvay and Cauvin for products including humidifiers, strainers and steam accessories. The deal also includes technical and engineering support services.

Partnered with Mubadala Healthcare, the Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi is a 360 bed hospital and clinic that is scheduled to open in late 2012. The clinic is one of a number of initiatives led by Mubadala Healthcare, a division of Mubadala Development Company.

These initiatives are aimed to develop and enhance Abu Dhabi and the UAE’s private healthcare infrastructure, Mubadala said.

The second deal signed by Trouvay and Cauvin was a $3.5m deal to supply cast iron pipes and fittings for soil, vent and rainwater to Voltas and Thermo, contractors on Abu Dhabi’s historic Central Market project.

The project consists of a complex of three skyscrapers that are currently under construction by developer Aldar Properties. Two of the towers are expected to be completed by 2012.

One of the oldest districts of the city, Abu Dhabi’s Central Market is being transformed into a mixed use development consisting of markets, shops, offices, apartments and hotels.

It is set to occupy five hectares of prime city real estate and is expected to become a major commercial destination for the UAE capital.

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