February 21, 2011

Energy International Corporation’s Doha, Qatar regional office has a new home. The new office is located on the second floor of the Al Hilal building, office #10. The Al Hilal building is situated just off of the D-Ring, one of Doha’s major highways, in the southern area of Doha. It is across from the LuLu Hypermarket and a short five minutes away from the Doha International Airport.

The new space not only provides more room for the growing division but has allowed Regional Manager Ammar Assi and company the opportunity to customize the space to suit their needs.

“The benefits to the new office are better all around for EIC,” said Ammar Assi, “better area, better location and better price. It is easy to reach, just off of the D-Ring, and close to the airport. Moving into the new office space gave us an open area to work with so we could design it internally per our needs, unlike our old office, which was actually an apartment and not ideally suited as a work environment.”

Ammar Assi and Energy International Corporation CEO Dr. Ned Fawaz established the Doha, Qatar office. Since the beginning, EIC Qatar has prospered, building strong relationships with local and international contractors and enjoying involvement with many major regional projects like the Pearl Qatar development and the ongoing construction of the New Doha International Airport.

EIC Qatar’s new office is located adjacent to what will soon be the offices of Energy Electric Controls, representing the new name of EIC’s Controls Operation. Energy Electric Controls is the company’s contracting arm for low voltage systems including BMS, Security and Home Automation, and has a team of dedicated professional who coordinate and oversee the installation of EIC’s products in the many projects the company is involved in throughout the region as well as provide on-site technical support and service after the installation.

The Energy Electric Controls team is also manned by specialists in the design and installation of Renewable Energy Systems including solar and wind, and a dedicated team specializing in the design and installation of seismic building technology for HVAC and electrical systems.

 “While we will operate as separate entities, the spaces have been designed with efficiency and cost-savings in mind,” said Assi. “We will be able share administration staff and office equipment to help reduce our operating costs.”Clients can reach EIC Qatar offices by calling either +974 44 580 465 or +974 44 580 765 or by sending a fax to +974 44 581 126.