Dubai-headquartered turnkey contractor Beaver Gulf has in-house divisions specialising in civil construction, electro-mechanical, air-conditioning, structural steel, aluminium and glazing, joinery and interiors, precast concrete products, painting, and waterproofing.
In his decade-long tenure as chairman and chief executive officer, Rajesh Kumar has been instrumental in establishing the company as a leading provider of solutions for multimillion dollar projects.
In the past 12 months, Beaver acted as main contractor on developments including the 750-acre Town Square Dubai neighbourhood located near Al Maktoum International Airport and the Expo 2020 Dubai site, by developer Nshama. Beaver was responsible for the construction of 314 Safi Town Houses and 730 Hayat Town Homes for the project. Other recently completed projects include the 1B+G+7 Al Gurair residential building for Al Ghurair Real Estate, the 2B+G+M+13 Citymax Hotel Ras Al Khaimah for Landmark Group, and four ENOC filling stations.
The coming months will see Beaver continue its work on the Town Square Dubai development with the construction of 764 Noor Town Houses and 322 Naseem Town Houses. Work is also ongoing for Omran Dubai Properties on the Arbella 3 town houses, the third development within the Mudon community in Dubailand; the construction of 130 Zafran Town Houses at Jumeirah Golf Estates; and further Al Gurair buildings in areas such as Al Muteena and Hor Al Anz.
Beaver currently employs more than 12,700 workers, and recorded $175m (AED642.81m) in revenues between 1 Feb, 2017, and 31 Jan, 2018. Current fiscal year projections are set at $260m (AED955.03m) – a rise of approximately $85m (AED312.22m).