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Khansaheb Sykes Supports Construction from last 4 years!

When it comes to construction, clients and contractors encounter several obstacles and delays. During such times, it is necessary to keep the constructed area stable and building unaffected so as to avoid any further delays and damages.

Khansaheb Sykes has been supporting the semi-constructed twin buildings in the emirate of Sharjah since 2009. Eighteen dewatering pumps have been functioning 24/7, 365 days continuously to support the buildings from any damages since the start of the project. Due to the downfall in the economy, the construction was halted by the contractors. It was essential that the dewatering system be kept running to avoid damage to the buildings. In spite of the construction site being very near to the sea shore, Khansaheb Sykes Dewatering Pumps have been very successful and reliable since the time the foundations were being laid, and have kept the site stable and construction intact.

 

 

With the economy boosting back, and showing a positive growth sign, it is expected that the construction will soon be completed- which is expected to be one of the large projects in the emirate of Sharjah.

Construction in Middle East is prone to experiencing groundwater obstacles. With the pressure of groundwater being too high from underneath, it becomes almost impossible to lay a foundation of the building without a qualified and experienced dewatering contractor.

With continuous 24/7 & 365 days support, Khansaheb Sykes is proud to be supporting construction in the gulf for over 50 years. You may feel free to ask us any advice or information on dewatering and pump hire, our experts are always there to help you.

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