AMBB Interiors introduces new brand name: BW Interiors

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In line with the rebranding of AMBB Contracting Group,  AMBB Interiors introduces its new brand name: BW Interiors.

Michael Melnick, general manager at BW Interiors, says the company will continue to focus on delivery of its local interior fit-out projects to the highest standards of quality and service as before.

He comments: “After careful consideration, we have decided to rebrand to BW Interiors as a continuation of our Group rebranding, and is indicative of our current Group and interiors directorship consisting of Messers Bowyer, Wick and Bruce. This opportunity has arisen in line with our group dynamic and with a view to expansion of our manufacturing capabilities to service our growing offshore and export demand.”

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Melnick explains that the company is looking forward to further developments in line with its existing exports of joinery on a more global scale.

He continues: “We are already servicing the UK market as well as other regional centres and are looking to expand this further afield. We are proud of our track record under our old brand name and look forward to taking this further under BW Interiors.”

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BW Interiors has recently fitted-out Al Muna Restaurant and Al Samar Lounge, as well as Gold on 27 at the Burj Al Arab for the Jumeirah Group.

“Additionally, , we have successfully delivered several other projects such as Jetex Executive Lounge at DWC, Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industries Executive, Bu Burger at WTC Abu Dhabi, The H hotel lobby and all day dining, Dusty’s at Currency House DIFC, Cocktail Kitchen in JLT, and Oman Trading International at DIFC,” says Melnick.

BW Interiors is currently working on several projects at Dubai Parks and Resorts’ Riverland site, such as the new Irish Village, Parle and Nusret Burger.

The multidisciplinary fit-out contractor has delivered a number of projects in the region and has its own joinery, furniture manufacturing, marble and stone, electromechanical, upholstery, metal and glass manufacturing facilities.

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