The group visited the company’s Sewage Treatment Plant – 4 (STP-4) located in Jebel Ali to observe all of the facility’s processing stages. The tour enabled them to better understand the sewage treatment process and techniques being employed in the region.
Dubai, UAE, December 22, 2014 – Imdaad, a leading provider of integrated facilities management solutions in the GCC, recently hosted an educational tour for American University in Dubai’s (AUD) Civil Engineering students.
Jamal Abdullah Lootah, CEO, Imdaad, said: “We recently facilitated an educational tour for the AUD students to enable them to witness the region’s sewage treatment processes and techniques. The visit was a great learning experience for engineering students and falls in line with our strong commitment and responsibility towards budding FM professionals so that they can be successful in their future professions and make positive contributions towards the development of the sector. Imdaad has always considered development of the students as a priority and a subject close to the heart of its top management and we will continue to support them through insightful activities such as educational tours, workshops, and on-the-job learning.”
“As part of the Civil Engineering students study plan about the techniques and process used for sewage treatment, they recently had an opportunity to visit Imdaad’s STP-4 at Jebel Ali. After a classroom lecture, a tour of the facility enabled students to understand the finer details of the process and the scope of advancement in its technology. We thank Imdaad for facilitating a highly informative and organized educational tour, concluded Dr. Peiman Kianmehr, Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering, American University in Dubai.