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RSS Receives MEP Awards

RSS Receives MEP Awards

Rental Solutions & Services LLC (RSS), a global provider of rental power & cooling was recently awarded as the Specialist Contractor of the Year during the Middle East MEP Awards 2009, held at the Grosvenor, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

The MEP Awards 2009 were adjudicated by an independent panel of judges from the engineering and construction sector. According to the judges, “RSS has made its mark in the local construction industry by providing a specialized and much-needed niche service.”

Currently, RSS provides temporary power & cooling in Jeddah, Riyadh, Al Khobar, Dammam, Jubail, Qatar, Oman, Kuwait, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah and the Northern Emirates.

The judges added that “RSS has provided its services to a wide client base on some very impressive projects, and in so doing has ably demonstrated its ability to play a key role in the industry.” The judges recognized that RSS provided temporary power & cooling to many of the iconic projects in the Gulf Cooperating Countries. Some iconic projects are the Dubai Metro, Bahrain Bay, Burj Dubai, Palm Jumeirah, Dubai Sports City, Jebel Ali Airport, Meydan Race Course, Dubai Motor City, Aldar Head Quarters, Yas Island and Al Reem Island in Abu Dhabi.

“RSS is always committed to deliver exceptional products and service that will exceed the expectations of the clients,” said Milan Balac, managing director of RSS. “We have surpassed the business paradigm of providing rental generators and temporary chillers to our client … we went beyond the traditional rental paradigm. Instead, we’ve embraced ingenuity to solve the ever-increasing challenges that our clients set for us, no matter how complex the situations are.”

RSS is a global provider of temporary power and a leader in rental cooling solutions in the Middle East, offering reliable and efficient equipment, flexible services and engineering services.

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