Technical consultancy company AESG has opened another regional office in Abu Dhabi’s Masdar City
According to a statement, the company saw a 30% growth in the UAE through the first half of this year.
Masdar City’s associate director of sustainability and CSR Chris Wan, said, “We at Masdar City have worked with AESG on many sustainable development projects over the years, including some of our most iconic buildings. Their expertise in sustainability and green construction has made them an invaluable part of our community, and we’re happy to be officially welcoming them to the Masdar City ecosystem.”
AESG’s partner and global head of cost management Gary Tracey, said, “Masdar City and Abu Dhabi have been frontrunners in the promotion of sustainability in the UAE, the GCC region and globally. Our new office in Masdar reaffirms our commitment to our key Abu Dhabi clients. Keeping in line with our continued expansion, the key to this successful expansion has been the investments made in physically locating our talented experts close to our clients.
“The new office in Masdar City is yet another demonstration of our commitment to our key clients and projects. Our Cost Management team has vast experience in Abu Dhabi and we look forward to providing our clients with value for their money and cost management services on their future developments.”
AESG’s partner and global director of strategy and advisory Katarina Uherova Hasbani added, “AESG has served as the sustainability consultant through the concept master plan, detailed master plan and public realm design of Masdar City which is a green print for future cities and sustainable living.
We are therefore proud to be among the companies to now base our offices in this business district which sets new benchmarks for sustainability and carbon neutrality. We look forward to persevering alongside our partners and clients in developing ambitious, sustainable and innovative urban solutions.”
Through 2023, AESG has deepened its collaboration with key government stakeholders in the nation’s capital. The company recently offered its expertise in supporting the development of sustainable tourism guidelines locally in the region that aim to mitigate the effects of climate change by reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
“With the strengthening of our presence in the capital, we are eager to work with the government and leading private sector organisations as together we actively shape the sustainable future of the country,” said Hasbani.