ASGC is a Dubai-based construction conglomerate that has a proven track record in the delivery of major construction projects and an enviable reputation for meeting deadlines and successfully handing over projects on schedule.
In 2017, ASGC’s turnover was USD$908m with a net profit of USD$72m. The senior management team of ASGC have previously arranged >$1.5billion of UK Export Finance supported loan facilities. ASGC is best known for delivering turnkey special projects in the UAE, including the Dubai Arena, the Etihad Museum and the Waldorf Astoria Hotel. They are a preferred UAE contractor and trusted by developers, governments and private enterprises to deliver iconic developments. The company utilises in-house resources, giving it a high degree of control over project quality and timely delivery.
Over the years, ASGC has won a number of coveted industry awards for reliability, quality and commitment to excellence. These include the Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al Maktoum Business Award, IRCON for best safety practices, and the Arabian Business Award and Big Project Contractor of the Year Award.
Recently, Dubai Chamber awarded ASGC the CSR Label. In 2017, ASGC became the GCC and national winner in the MEED Quality Awards.
Founded in South Africa in 1971, Bigen have enjoyed rapid and substantial growth in the industry of Infrastructure Development and construction with core capabilities in engineering and project management. They have more than four hundred employees with 14 offices throughout Africa. Bigen’s turnover was USD $50m (940 million ZAR) in 2017.
Bigen has been providing a niche set of financial, technical, environmental, socio-economic and institutional services in the real estate, energy, water, health and transportation sectors for more than 46 years, and has won more than 50 prestigious industry awards over the past 15 years. This recognition by industry peers and partners attest to Bigen’s ability to provide value-driven, scalable, business and industry solutions to meet the distinct and evolving needs of our clients. For almost half a century have provided world class service delivery, driving socioeconomic development and propelling transformation.
Bigen’s state-of the art water infrastructure solutions integrate the entire value chain in a water services infrastructure development project through in-house capabilities and strategic partnerships – from project preparation through feasibility studies and implementation, construction supervision to on-going asset management.
Bigen’s Water Directorate is geared toward the delivery of world class sustainable water services solutions spanning the entire water by integrating partnerships, maximizing development impact and improving the quality of life.
Bigen Africa have a strong focus on the impact of their project. To date their work in the water sector across sub-Saharan Africa has brought significant benefits to over 12 million people.
Grundfos is a global leader in advanced pump solutions and a trendsetter in water technology. The offer turn-key solutions to match the requirements of their partners, using new technologies to move and treat water and wastewater. Their aim is to create cleaner technologies and solutions which limit water consumption, improve efficiency, enabling consumers to reduce their water and energy consumption.
Grundfos Pumps Ghana Ltd. (Grundfos Ghana) is a subsidiary of Grundfos Holding. Grundfos has served the Ghanaian market through its partners for over three decades now. Grundfos started West Africa operation with its first office opened in Accra in 2012. Grundfos Ghana is the business hub for West Africa and covers all 15 ECOWAS countries, Mauritania, Chad and Cameroun. Today Grundfos Ghana has 8 employees and 4 Graduate Interns and annual turnover of approximately 8m Euros.
Grundfos Pumps Ghana strongly believes in enhancing its sustainability profile by offering cutting-edge and innovative green solutions, which will contribute to meet many water related challenges in Ghana and West Africa. Aligning to its global sustainability focus, Grundfos Ghana is committed towards helping its partners and the nation to conserve water and energy. Today, Grundfos Ghana is working very closely with key and strategic partners such as Ministry of Sanitation and Water Resources, Ghana Water Company, Community Water, AngloGold, Goldfields, Perseus Mining, International NGOs and UN agencies to support these organisations to achieve UN Sustainable Development Goals by 2030.
H2Go UK has extensive experience within water filter design, manufacturing and export. Since launching, they have designed and developed their own easy to use and install, sustainable technology hardware which is now used around the world to capture, clean and distribute harvested water as 99.999% safe clean sterile drinking water, without the use of any electricity, chemical additives or ultraviolet treatments.
H2Go Global was originally established in 2011 to provide water solutions to the Malaysian Government and was instrumental in the development of community-based solutions through larger capacity units.
To date, using H2Go UK’s Nano-technology systems, H2Go Global has installed over 10,000 R1 units in over 7,000 rural villages in Malaysia, with many of the sites located in remote areas only accessible by small boats.
In the wider ASEAN region, there are close to 2 million people who are using the H2Go technology as a source of daily drinking water – utilising harvested rain or water from rivers, streams, tube wells and gravity feeds to fill the systems. To the end user H2Go has made it as simple as turning on a tap to have access to clean sterile drinking water.