1.

Introduction
2. Company Statements
2.1 fino Vision
2.2 fino Mission
2.3 fino QHSE Policy
2.4 fino Concepts
3. Company Profile
3.1 Contact Details & Location Map
3.2 Commercial Licenses & Certificates
3.3 Third Party Certificates
3.4 Awards
3.5 Press Release
3.6 Insurance
3.7 Bank References
3.8 Organization Chart
3.9 Key Personnel
3.10 Dedicated Strength
3.11 Company Assets
3.12 Company Structure
3.13 Products and Services
4 Projects
4.1 Current Projects
4.2 Completed Projects
4.3 Turnkey Projects
4.4 fino Clients
4.5 Client’s Reference Letter
4.6 Taking Over Certificates
CONTENTS
5 Associate Companies
6 fino QA/QC
7 Method Statement
8 fino HSE
9 fino Commitments
10 The Future
CONTENTS
1. Introduction
Introduction
fino enjoys a prestigious reputation as one of the finest interior – fit out and furniture
manufacturers in UAE. The fino name built with years of experience in manufacturing
joinery and wood work with a high quality craftsmanship and artful furniture.
fino International located in Dubai with more than 150,000 square feet of manufacturing
facilities divided into four major activities.
 fino Joinery
 fino Marble
 fino Metal
 fino Soft Furnishings
The above factories were established to complement the range of services fino provides to
the interior finishing’s industry on Turnkey basis operating separately or in conjunction with
each other…
Design Studio is a sister company that provides all Gypsum related works includes painting
services & special paints .
fino International is an ISO Certified Organization on ISO 9001:2008 (Quality Management
System), ISO 14001:2004 (Environmental Management System) and BS OHSAS 18001:2007
(Occupational Health Safety Assurance System) standards.
fino specializes in the design and execution of Turnkey Interiors projects by bringing
together under the same roof all of the resources necessary to meet the needs of any fit-
out project.
Projects ranging from Hotels, Palaces, Residential, Offices, Shopping Malls, Hospitals,
Restaurants and Public Buildings are executed through the complete design and build
concept with highly innovative ideas and practical approach.
In the following pages we will present fino capabilities, assets, Project references and its
vision.
fino International
fino Marble fino Joinery fino Metal
fino Soft
Furnishings
In light of the booming construction industry and the innovative ideas that have been
implemented in the U.A.E. and the gulf region such as the PalmProjects, Burj Khalifa, Dubai
Mall , Dubai Metro, Saadiyat Island, YAS Island, King Khalid Economic City and the tens of
other high-tech most advanced projects thru out the region, We present our company, fino
International , to be introduced on the same wave length of this most exciting era in the
history of the region.
fino International presents itself with a total solution concept based on local manufacturing
facilities that cater for a large section of the Real Estates and construction Market.
 Joinery and woodworks factory
 Marble and Granite factory
 Metal works factory
 Soft furnishing division
 Gypsum& Special Paintings Unit
The above five units are based in Jebel Ali Industrial Area most convenient for logistic and
transportation between Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and other GCC cities such as Doha, Riyadh, and
Jeddah.
fino International is in a unique position to provide technical solutions to complicated fit-out
projects, due to the fact that all engineering and shop drawings is performed in-house and
under one roof.
2. Company Statements
2.1 fino Vision
Vision:
“ fino International will be a powerful global business group that continuously provides world
class products and most comprehensive services that ameliorate the lifestyle of the people”.
fino International is inspired in achieving the vision statement through implementing the
following values:
 We believe in working together as a team in achieving success;
 We believe in treating work colleagues and clients with respect and trust;
 We are inspired through creative thoughts to change opportunities into results;
 We strive for creating energy through positive behavior and thoughts;
 We strive for effectiveness and high levels of productivity in our actions and work
performance;
 We believe in breaking the glass ceiling in our minds in order to achieve the “impossible”;
 We believe in zero defect;
 We are determined to grow as individuals in the working environment as well as improving
personal well-being;
 We are inspired through a behavior code;
 We believe the market values also in our working behavior and in our way we treat other
people;
 We strive for a positive working climate in order to motivate and inspire individuals;
 We strive for an individual internal locus of control;
 We believe in participative management
2.2 fino Mission
Mission:
“fino International is dedicated to providing complete interior fit-out and furniture
solutions, which exceed the expectations of clients committed to achieving a professional,
signature interior for their business or home.”.
fino is inspired in achieving the mission statement through implementing the following values:
 To introduce the latest and most advanced concepts in the construction area, starting
with the idea of adopting a new concept in the fit-out and interior decoration.
 To enhance the interior and fit-out industry by providing all possible solutions and
expertise to projects.
 To exceed our customers need and expectations by delivering the highest quality
products and best service available.
 To provide our employees with all support necessary to bring out the best in them and
to their fullest potential.
 To create team work concept.
Mission Statement
2.3 fino QHSE Policy
QHSE Policy
fino International requires the active commitment to, and support of QHSE from all
employees. In addition, line management has a leadership role in the communication and
implementation of, and ensuring compliance with, QHSE policies and standards. We are
committed to:
 Protect, and strive for improvement of, the health, safety and security of our people at all
times;
 Eliminate Quality non-conformance and HSE accidents;
 Provide a framework for setting QHSE goals and performance objectives and the resources
needed to successfully achieve them
 Meet specified customer requirements and ensure continual customer satisfaction;
 Monitor, evaluate and continually improve our QHSE performance through the definition of
operational standards, training, assessments and audits
 Be fully prepared to respond to any QHSE emergency
 Apply our technical skills to all HSE aspects in the design and engineering of our services and
products;
 Minimize our impact on the environment through pollution prevention and control of
emissions, the efficient use of natural resources and the reduction and recycling of waste
 Educate our employees, customers, contractors, and business partners on the safe and
environmentally responsible use of our services and products, and howtheir actions can
influence QHSE performance.
 Communicate openly with interested parties and ensure understanding of our QHSE policy,
programs and performance
 Be knowledgeable of Federal, State, and Local regulations for understanding of our legal
obligations and other requirements
We are committed to the proactive integration of QHSE objectives into our management
system at all levels, actively reinforced by reward programs that recognize outstanding QHSE
performance demonstrated by our employees and sub contractors.
This Policy shall be regularly reviewed to ensure ongoing suitability. The commitments listed
are in addition to our basic obligation to comply with fino standards, as well as all applicable
laws and regulations where we operate. This is critical to our business success because it
allows us to systematically minimize all losses and adds value for all our stakeholders.
Date: 01.02.2012 Talal Saeed
Managing Partner
2.4 fino Concepts
fino Concepts
fino concept is based on providing enhanced coordination between the main contractor,
M.E.P contractor and ID contractor i.e. fino International

Pr equal i f i c at i on Doc ument s
And Company Pr of i l e

As we at fino International have all manufacturing facilities in-house, the coordination and shop
drawings are produced under the same supervision team. Thus they can be submitted for
coordination by M.E.P. and passed on for construction.
Main Contractor
fino International
Joinery &
Woodwork
Marble Arch. Metal
Paint &
Special
Finishes
Gypsum Ceiling
& Partitioning
Fit - Out
M.E.P. Sub Contractor
3. Company Profile
3. Company Profile
3.1 Contact Details & Location Map
3.2 Licenses, Certificates & Awards
3.3 Insurance
3.4 Bank References
3.5 Organizational Chart
3.6 Key Personnel
3.7 Dedicated Strength
3.8 Company Assets
3.9 Company Structure
3.10 Products and Services
P.O. Box 261946
Jebel Ali Industrial Area 1
Dubai, U.A.E.
+971 4 880 2663
+971 4 880 2661
info@finointeriors.com
www.finointeriors.com
3.1 Contact Details - UAE
Location Map - Dubai
P.O. Box 11864
4
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Floor “KIA Showroom Building”
Opp. HMC – Dept
Doha – QATAR
+974 4435 4446, 4435 4448
+974 4431 04738
fino.qatar@finointeriors.com&
info@finointeriors.com
www.finointeriors.com
3.1 Contact Details - Qatar
3.2 Commercial License & Certificates
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ISO Certification

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3.5 Press Releases
Employers Liability Insurance Workmen’s Compensation
3.6 Insurance
Public Liability Insurance Property All Risk
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PROPERTY ALL RISKS TAKAFUL
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Location 2- AED 25.000- each and every
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Workmen \-1amtcnant.:c: Cluu'c:
Publu.: -\uthoritie .. Clau,e
Smoke Damage
SpnniJcr Leakage L\lcn:>ion ( Jau,c
Lxpcnscs to Protect, Prcsen·e or Reduce Loss Clause
Cov ., mrcJ t{l fire & only 111 re-t'cct of , a1r condllionmg
cqutpmcntJ lllitchmc' &lor & or llcms m lite open
30 DJ)" '\once ufOmcdhmon b} ellher p.tnie>
Pllllullon, ContJminmion a!ld Clau:.c
Polmcal R•'"' (
Radt•) acll\C contaminmion E.xduston C'lau.se
\\ar, :\uch:ar Weapons & Rocho Acm·e Matcnol <.lau .. c
Sal:>ntage and Tcrronsm C'lau'e
Cybcr Clause
IT C'lantkauon Agn:cment Cluusc
Excluding Third Party Liability or Con!>cqucntiul Lo., of every kind
Excluding \\."3.ter dumagc ari<omg trom by Ddcctin: destgn, bad
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L;'\' S:mctwn Ontt:.c
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\\'arrnntcJ stgn wtll be dbplaycd prompt!) in \'lnous lt..:ation" m
the prcrni.;c!o and ... tncdy tmpk-mcntcd
that cnvcr b llmitcd to firc ltghtmg lor kl!pl 1n the ourstd.- open <lrt:a
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\\'ammed uf Accl•UIIt:> w be maintained und kept in a scpemte and
be U\idlablt: tor 111
Indemnity Penod • Q momhs
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Factor) manufacrunng furrurure & intenor fit out nems and
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Tukaful ( ertlficate TerJm and

A:. Per Attached
l"oH:r per l.iabilit) Takaful Certiticate II':> anached hen:v.ith unu to:
• Bodtly Injury to any
• Lo.,s of damage to Third Part) Property
• Liability anstng out of Fm: nnd c:xplos10n
• Load my&: Lnloading Ltmltc:d to :\ED I 00.000- in the
• T .:nant's Lmhtllcy to Landlord
• Fi!"':>t Atu Treatment -Limited ro \ED 50.000- in tht
• Care. Custo.>d) nml Cvntrol- Limited to o\fD 100.000- tn tht: .sugreJ!!atc
• Indemnity to Princtpal
• \\uh \!r of ugain,t Principal
• Uabtliry ClaUS«!
• 30 nouce uf cancellation by ettner parues
• Profc:.:.ton. I L dht iry E.\clu,ion
.\; Stl co,ts E.\cludc:d
• Put.: !-moneta! c\c:ludc:d
• Prirn3r} Auto Ltabtllty Exdudl!d
• o'nt:ttwn Ltabllit' Excludc:J

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BEl NLIMITED
• \\'orkmc:n ( l•mp.:n,ann Ltabthl) Exclud.:d.
• Pwduct- Li;Jbilt£y Recall Guuruntcc: Excludc:d
• G\IO.E\1F. Enc.:phall•pathy IT::,[ I E"<clUSton Clau'c
• Exduswn l
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• or dumagc ansing out ot pollurion and
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• E' I .I tg Contr:lcrual Ltabiltt)
• Clause
In whcr.:ulthe being duly authon1ed by the C\•:np311}' ha' Ita\.: h.:reunto set thetr hand at Dubai thb
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Arab Oncnt Insurance ComP'!ny PSC (Heau O'ftce)
PO Box 27966 Dubal, UAE
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THIRD PARTY LIABILITY INSURANCE CERTIFICATE
TO WHOM SO EVER IT MAY CONCER.J'J
Subject: Third Party Liability Insurance
MIS. FINO INTERNATIONAL LLC
Policy No. 01·222-12J..07-Sl
We confinn that MIS. FINO INTERNATIONAl!. I:.LC s insured with us under Third
Party (Pubtic) Liability Insurance as per following details:
Insured Adc:iress
Locition
Policy No.
Period of Insurance
Cover
Limit of Indemnity
I urisdiction
MIS. FINO INTERNATIONAL LLC
P.O. BOX 14500,
Dubai, UAE
Offtee at LOB No.20, Office 101, Jebel Ali Free Zone,
DubcU, UAE
Ol-222-123-07-Sl
From: 21/0S/2011 To: 20/05/20U
Insured's LegaJ liibility to Third Parties arising out of
their business activities at the premises.
Dhs.l,OOO,OOO/- any one claim and number of cbims
ansiog out of once cause.
United Arab Emintes
We also confinn that a 30 (tHirtY} days notice Will be given to you and the Insured prior w the
norr.renewal or cancellation of this policy.
AD other Tenns, Conditions, as per clie Policy issued to the Insured
This Certificate is issued as ptr of the Insured
Yours faiilifully,
For ARAB ORIENli INSURANO:
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Poltucal ri'k Exclu:.ion EndON!mcnt
\\ar and rJdioucrive nuuenal
Sabotage & Terronsm Excluston Clause
C)"bcr n,J.:, EJtclu,ron Claul>C
Excludmg third party ltabiltty or con:.equcnnal los!\ of every kind
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condmon' and are maint.1ined regul.1rly
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.:.tandards. and of wa,tc mcludmg fOod waste on a daily
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promptly in vanous loc:mon, 1r the and 'tnctly tmplemenll:d
\\':uranted Boob (•fAccllUilh tv be maintamed and kept m a separ.ne locauon and
'houkl be uvatlahle tbr at all ttme:.
'>att"facllll) pre acceptance in,pcctinn of the premises and agreement on
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THIRD PARTY LIABILITY TAKAFUL CERTIFICATE BEl NIIMITED
Subject THIRD PARTY LIABILITY TAKAFUL CERTIFICATE
Participant Name· FINO INTERNATIONAL &/or M/s. Merkazlndustrlal &/or M/s. AI Merkaz Marble
&/or M/s. AI Merkaz Contracting &/or M/s. AI Merkaz Contracting
Our Certificate No. P/002/3001/2011/00169
We confirm that FINO International are covered with us under THIRD PARTY LIABILITY_TAKAFUL as per
following details:
Participant's Name
Location
Certificate No
Period of Cover
Scope of Cover
Limit of lndemn1ty
Junsd1ction
FINO INTERNATIONAL &/ or M/s. Merkaz Industrial &/ or M/s. AI Merkaz Marble
&/ or M/s. AI Merkaz Contracting &/ or M/s. AI Merkaz Contracting
1 Factory & Associated Facilities, Plot No. 599-383, Jebel Ali Industrial Area,
Duba1.
2. Warehouse No.13, Plot# 599/1112, Jebel Ali Industrial Area, Dubai.
3. IDAMA Labour Camp. AI Quoz Industrial Area, Dubai.
4. AI Barsha Labour Camp, AI Barsha Industrial Area, Dubai.
5. Jebel Al1 Labour Camp, Dubai.
P/002/3001/2011/00169
From· 25/05/2011 to: 24/05/2012
As per Noor Takaful Standard Third party Liability Takaful Wording and
Relevant endorsements
AED 3,000,000 any one occurrence and m the aggregate
Umted Arab Emirates
We also confirm that a 30 (thirty) days notice will be g1ven to you and the Participant prior to the non-
renewal or cancellation of th1s Certificate.
Yours fa1thfully,
For No or Takaful General P JSC

3.7 Bank References
Dubai Branch
Account: 850 107 9296
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Jebel Ali Branch
Account: 035 269 794 001
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Jebel Ali Branch
Account: 006 422 465 1001
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Bank References
3.8 Organizational Chart
Rev. No: 00
Effective Date: 01.02.2012
ORGANIZATONAL CHART
Sufian Saeed
Projects Director
Design
Manger
Senior
Planner
Estimator(s)
Purchase
Assistants
Cost
Controller(s)
Internal Audit
Team
Quantity
Surveyor (s)
Accounts
Manager(s)
PRO
HR
Assistant(s)
Admin
Manager
HR Manager
Logistics &
Facilities
Manager
QA/QC
Manager
HSE Manager
Estimation
Manager
Procurement
Manager
Contracts
Manager
Internal
Auditor
Commercial
Manager
Finance
Manager
QA/QC
Inspector(s)
Planning
Engineer(s)
Logistics
Officer
Security
Officer
Store Keeper
Mechanical
Engineer
Elec & Plum
MNT Foreman
Document
Controller
Accountant(s)
Document
Controller
Camp Boss Draughtsman
Drivers &
Helpers
Data Entry
Operator
MNT Crews
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Transport
Coordinator
Security
Guard(s)
Store
Assistants
Mech.
Maintenance
Foreman
MNT Crews
Quantity
Surveyor (s)
Sr. Accountant
Admin
Assistants
Front Office
Executive
Design
Engineer
fino Int'l -
Abu Dhabi
fino Int'l -
Qatar
fino Arabia fino Asia fino Europe
Structural
Engineer
Architect HSE Officer
Construction
Manager
IT Engineer IT Technician
Planning
Engineer
fino COMMERCIAL
Production
Manager
Factory
Manager
Factory
Manager
FF & E
Manager
Project
Manager
Technical
Manager
Architect
Production
Manager
Architect
Production
Manager
Quantity
Surveyor
QA/QC
Inspector
Production
Planner
QA/QC
Inspector
Production
Planner
QA/QC
Inspector
Production
Planner
HSE Officer
Draughtsman(
s)
HSE Officer
Draughtsman(
s)
Project
Coordinator
HSE Officer
Production
Planner
Secretary Architect HSE Officer
Purchase
Coordinator
Doc.
Controller
Time Keeper
Draughtsman(
s)
QA/QC
Inspector
fino JOINERY fino MARBLE fino METAL fino SOFT FURNISHING fino PROJECT(S)
Admin
Assistants
Security
Guard(s)
Secretary
CNC
Programmer
Time Keeper
CNC
Programmer
Time Keeper
Draughtsman(
s)
Time Keeper
Secretary
Doc.
Controller
Secretary
Doc.
Controller
Talal Saeed
Managing Partner
Executive Secretary
Management
Representative
Supervisor(s)
/ Foreman(s)
Supervisor(s)
/ Foreman(s)
Supervisor(s)
/ Foreman(s)
Supervisor(s)
/ Foreman(s)
Supervisor(s)
/ Foreman(s)
Labours Labours Labours Labours Labours
Secretary
Store Keeper
Doc.
Controller
Doc.
Controller
Draughtsman(
s)
QA/QC
Inspector
Site
Engineer(s)
HSE Officer(s) Architects
3.9 Key Personnel
S. No Name Designation Years of Experience
1 Sufian Saeed Projects Director 11
2 Upeindran Achoo Factory Manager - Marble 30
3 Jennifer Carreon Production Manager - Joinery 23
4 Mohammed Nabale Factory Manager - Metal 15
5 Dalia Adel FF & E Manager 13
6 Paolo De Cecco Project Manager 25
7 Rajesh Joseph Technical Manager 21
8 Arman Mashoori Project Manager 15
9 Ahmed Ragab Area Manager - Abu Dhabi 15
10 Eustace menezes Business Development Manager 35
11 John Philip HR Manager 30
12 Abd Al Noor Admin Manager 18
13 Christopher Sequeira Logistics & Facilities Manager 20
14 Antonio Resurrecion Estimation Manager 15
15 Shamsuddin Abid Hussain Sr. Planner 16
16 Ahmed Safadi Procurement Manager 17
17 Ahmad Akl Design Manager 12
18 Ahmad Rasim Design Manager 24
19 Gerardo Custodio Technical Manager - Joinery 21
20 Samson John Accounts Manager 17
21 Amanullah Mohamed QA/QC Manager 11
22 Farah Mohammed Structural Engineer 9
23 Shahul Hameed IT Engineer 5
24 Sebastian Varghese Sr. HSE Officer 13
Key Personnels
3.10 Dedicated Strength
3.11 Company Assets
Company Owned Vehicle List
S. No Car Name No Description
1 Mitsubishi DXB K 86410 double cabin(2009)
2 Mitsubishi DXB K 86411 double cabin(2009)
3 Mitsubishi DXB K 86414 double cabin(2009)
4 Mitsubishi -Lancer DXB G 81932 car(2009)
5 Mitsubishi -Lancer DXB G 81913 car(2009)
6 Mitsubishi -Lancer DXB G 81368 car(2009)
7 Mitsubishi -Lancer DXB G 81863 car(2009)
8 Mitsubishi canter DXB D 91474 3 ton Pickup (2012)
9 Mitsubishi canter DXB D 91475 3 ton pickup (2012)
10 Mitsubishi Canter DXB N 62908 3 ton pickup (2011)
11 Mitsubishi Canter DXB N 62910 3 ton pickup (2011)
12 Hino DXB D 19775 7 ton pickup (2011)
13 Clark DXB J 21245 forklift
Company Rented Vehicle List
S. No Vehicle Description Location
1 14 Seater Bus Al Ain Project
2
14 Seater Bus
Abu Dhabi Project
3
14 Seater Bus
Al Furjan/Kalwani/Factory
4
14 Seater Bus
Platinum/Metro/Factory
5
14 Seater Bus
Accounts/Factory
6
14 Seater Bus
Purchase/Factory
7
14 Seater Bus
Factory
8 Bus 80 Seater Al Ain Project
9 Bus 80 Seater Alain Project (With driver)
10 Bus 80 Seater Abu Dhabi Project
11 Bus 80 Seater Factory
12 Bus 80 Seater Factory
13 Bus 80 Seater Factory
14 Mazda 6 s AlAin Project
15 Toyota Yaris All Site (Safety Dept.)
fino Joinery
Plant & Machinery
S. No. Name Model Serial Brand Name Company Ref. Remarks
1 Beam Saw HOLZMA HPP250R/ 38/ 38 0-341-07-762 HOLZMA fino / joi - 001
2 Lipping Machine HOMAG KAL210 0-200-15-5143 HOMAG fino / joi - 002
3 Morbidelli AUTHOR503 AL1715 SIMCO fino / joi - 003
4 Bulleri Machine FPM 293 BULLERI fino / joi - 004
5 Laser Machine MERCURY 603 1630 ME603. 03013 SEI fino / joi - 005
6 Rip Saw -1 TOMASINE SICAR MS 30 63952166 SICAR fino / joi - 006
7 Rip Saw -2 SICAR MV-300 B2200004 SIMCO fino / joi - 007
8 Circular Saw -1 SCM S1300N AB/ 169932 SCM fino / joi - 008
9 Circular Saw -2 KS/ 3400 97-36-032 CASADEI fino / joi - 009
10 Circular Saw -3 PAOLONI P321 121 PAOLONI fino / joi - 010
11 Surface Planer PF 500 M000055426 GRIGGO fino / joi - 011
12 Thikness Planer -1 PSA530 GRIGGO fino / joi - 012
13 Thikness Planer -2 S515 21 PAOLONI fino / joi - 013
14 Four Side Moulder G/224F M000054190 GRIGGO fino / joi - 014
15 Mortizer GREDA 911 GREDA fino / joi - 015
16 Tenoner GREDA 912 GREDA fino / joi - 016
17 Sharper /Spindle -1 PAOLONI 88 PAOLONI fino / joi - 017
18 Sharper /Spindle -2 SCM AB/16029 SCM fino / joi - 018
19 Sharper /Spindle -3 ST SUPER E /9705002 TECNICA fino / joi - 019
20 Radial Saw TDF 488952221 TDF fino / joi - 020
21 Band Saw (600) -1 MEBER CB0030 FALCON 525 MEBER fino / joi - 021
22 Multi Boring Machine K21 97120129 MASTER WOOD fino / joi - 022
23 Overhead Router PAOLONI FC800 143 PAOLONI fino / joi - 023
24 Doyetail Prawer fino / joi - 024
25 Jointer /Mitre Machine F9 60161 OMEC fino / joi - 025
26 Twin Saw /Double Mitre Saw SML P 35 10001103 SML fino / joi - 026
27 Door Lock Boring CU-80 CM0085 fino / joi - 027
28 Hinges Boring SB1647 546932120 SB fino / joi - 028
29 Copier MINI-MAX T/12 KK12012281 MINIMAX fino / joi - 029
30 Caliber Sanding Machine GIADA R/R 1106 14001051 SML fino / joi - 030
31 Veneer Circular Cut.. MAYER FSK 2257 MAYER fino / joi - 031
32 Hot Pressing Machine -1 ORMA NPC 6/90BO 33420296 ORMA fino / joi - 032
33 Hot Pressing Machine -2 OMC PL90 930.13.685 90.69 OMC fino / joi - 033
34 Hot Pressing Machine -3 SICAR S-85 914-003 SIMCO fino / joi - 034
35 Veneer Cutting Machine CERVA CV0037 CERVA fino / joi - 035
36 Stitching Machine OMEZ ZAG 1100 51294106 OMEZ fino / joi - 036
37 Universal Grinder -1 CIT MECCANICA L5 /SP TY45 CIT MECCANICA fino / joi - 037
38 Planer Knives Grinder OSAMA 1175 OSAMA fino / joi - 038
39 Band Saw Butt Welder FLILCOR 605058 FULGOR fino / joi - 039
40 Band Saw Blade Aligner AFJ 12595218 AFJ fino / joi - 040
41 Long Belt Sanding Machine -1 SOCOMEC LN-300 LN3OOOTO21 SOCOMEC fino / joi - 041
42 Long Belt Sanding Machine -2 LBS 3000 287 NIKINANN ZMM fino / joi - 042
43
Submersible Pump /Exhaust Fan
Paint Booth -1
fino / joi - 043
44
Submersible Pump /Exhaust Fan
Paint Booth -2
fino / joi - 044
45
Submersible Pump /Exhaust Fan
Paint Booth -3
fino / joi - 045
46
Submersible Pump /Exhaust Fan
Paint Booth -4
fino / joi - 046
47 Air Compressor-1 GA30 ATT302224 ATLASCOPCO fino / joi - 047
48 Air Compressor-2 GA30 FF API298056 ATLASCOPCO fino / joi - 048
49 Sedana Air Dryer ACT55 /AC 100000483 SEDANA fino / joi - 049
50 Air Compressor-4 E.C.ROTAR50E 1070425030 FINI fino / joi - 050
51 Atlascopco Air Dryer FD15CE CAQ234805 fino / joi - 051
52 Portable Stitching Machine CASATI Z650 9906034 CASSATI fino / joi - 052 Not Installed
53 Dust Collector -01 fino / joi - 053
54 Dust Collector -02 fino / joi - 054
fino Joinery
S. No. Name Model Serial Brand Name Company Ref. Remarks
fino Joinery
55 Sharper Machine F21-97 892 GREDA fino / joi - 055
56 Thickness Planer 3 fino / joi - 056
57 Circuler/ Sharper/ Planer/ Boring SICAR BRAXISSIMA 3001 CC0042 SICAR fino / joi - 057
58 Circuler Sharpening fino / joi - 058
59 Dovetail Routing Machine HOFFMAN PU-2 26281 TALASSI fino / joi - 059
60 Band Saw -2 TOP7 72610698 fino / joi - 060
61 Band Saw -3 CRENONA fino / joi - 061
62 Door Lock Boring LAFERT NO.E0540 63258 F TALASSI fino / joi - 062
63 Moulding Press Mahine ATMASPRESS 6565561201 ORMA fino / joi - 063
64 Universal Grinder -2 L5/ EXP 10804 CIT MECCANICA fino / joi - 064
65 Curving Copier Machine BULLERI /N10014CP 57628415 BULLERI fino / joi - 065
66 Irrigular Curving Machine L.C.F. 1000 30256040 LCF fino / joi - 066
fino Marble
Plant & Machinery
S. No Name Model No:- Serial No:- Company Ref. Remarks
1 Intra - 1
36 3554 fino / Mar - 001
2 Intra - 2
36 3555 fino / Mar - 002
3 Yukon Machine
205 15359 fino / Mar - 003
4 Manual Polishing Machine - 1
9 fino / Mar - 004
5 Manual Polishing Machine - 2
8 SAEICE 9 fino / Mar - 005
6 Manual Polishing Machine - 3
10 fino / Mar - 006
7 Microsted Water Jet Citting Machine- 1
404121 SLV50 fino / Mar - 007
8 Microsted Water Jet Citting Machine- 2
707122 SLV50 CLSC fino / Mar - 008
9 AutoMatic Polishing Machine- 1
MINALI fino / Mar - 009
10 AutoMatic Polishing Machine- 2
MINALI fino / Mar - 010
11 Pellacani Meccanica Boring Machine
FG2A 12196 fino / Mar - 011
12 Off Mecc Gregori Schio
fino / Mar - 012
13 Mascanzoni Bridge Cutting Disk
fino / Mar - 013
14 Fresmatic F.P 350 Cutting Disk Machine
EP. 350 fino / Mar - 014
15 Behringer Marble Burn Machine
MINALI fino / Mar - 015
16 Novoa Mondial Mcc Cutting Machine
MANTA200A 75 fino / Mar - 016
17 Groving Machine
fino / Mar - 017
18 Supreme 120 Cutting Machine-1
8120/T380 188303 fino / Mar - 018
19 Supreme 120 Cutting Machine-2
8120/T380 188301 fino / Mar - 019
20 Supreme 120 Cutting Machine-3
8120/T380 185383 fino / Mar - 020
21 Supreme 120 Cutting Machine-4
8120/T380 185386 fino / Mar - 021
22 Supreme 120 Cutting Machine-5
8120 1852192 fino / Mar - 022
23 Supreme 120 Cutting Machine-6
8120/T380 185388 fino / Mar - 023
24 Supreme 120 Cutting Machine-7
8120/T380 185337 fino / Mar - 024
25 Supreme 120 Cutting Machine-8
8120 189523 fino / Mar - 025
26 Round Polishing Profile
fino / Mar - 026
27 Ital Marmi Air 3
fino / Mar - 027
28 Craine- 1 Italkrane Milano Bussero
2Y250BIK-5 250544/415 fino / Mar - 028
29 Craine- 2 Italkrane Milano Bussero
2Y250BIK-5 250544/416 fino / Mar - 029
30 Air Compressor -3 E.C Rotar -25 (Fini)
Puls25/FW fino / Mar - 030
31 Sedana Air Dryer
ACT30/AC 100010586 fino / Mar - 031
32 Marmo Car
VAN fino / Mar - 032
33 Parama -24066 Pedrengo (Italy)
fino / Mar - 033
fino Marble
fino Metal
Plant & Machinery
S. No. Name Model No:- Serial No:- Company Ref. Brand/Maker
1 CNC PUNCHING MAHCINE TAILIFT MAX 1250 fino / met - 001 TAIWAN
2 SHEARING MACHINE BRAND: BAYKAL, 09/07 12467 fino / met - 002
3 KUPER PRESS BRAKE CNC MACHINE PB30135 fino / met - 003
4 PRESS BRAKE CNC MACHINE BRAND: BAYKAL, 04/08 13936 fino / met - 004
5 LOSER SPEYER MACHINE FS - 384/150 - G1 BRAND LOSER BATCH 67346 fino / met - 005 GERMANY
6 ALUMINIUM MILLING MACHINE (02 NO`S) fino / met - 006
7 MILLING MACHINE ZX6350C[MAC] S#1104009 fino / met - 007
8 DRILLING & MILLING MACH ZX7045 S#1106059 fino / met - 008 CHINA
9 DRILLING & MILLING MACH ZX7045 S#1106058 fino / met - 009 CHINA
10 IRON WORK MACHINE EDWARDS S#180510008 fino / met - 010 U.S.A
11 SECTION ROLLING MACHINE SIMCO[ALFA-70] S#070A-726 fino / met - 011 ITALY
12 SHEET ROLLING MACHINE BIRLIK MAKINA fino / met - 012
13 LATHE MACH HI CLASS - MOTOR NO.AA6088 S#30011 fino / met - 013 PAKISTAN
14 LATHE MACH M.AHAMD-MOTOR NO.AA1074 S# 90000000872 fino / met - 014 PAKISTAN
15 BENSAW CUTTING MACH THOMAS/MAT.125 S#30080 fino / met - 015 ITALY
16 BENCH POLISHER MACHINE VJAY S#29677 fino / met - 016 ITALY
17 STUD MACHINE fino / met - 017
18 PIPE NOTCHING MACHINE MIKSAN S#0162 fino / met - 018 ITLAY
19 MIG WELDING MACHINE ESAB-Mig-402CW fino / met - 019
20 MIG WELDING MACHINE MIGATRONIC-(Mig-273) fino / met - 020
21 TIG WELDING MACHINE MILLER-Syncrowwave-250DX fino / met - 021 U.S.A
22 SPOT WELDING MACHINE fino / met - 022
23 DRILL PRESS MACHINE B2508 S#328939E fino / met - 023 SWEEDEN
24 BENCH GRINDER GOLDSTAR/PH 7924169 S# 556988726 fino / met - 024 ITALY
25 DRILL MACHINE ASIF-RMP-1425-CD0023 fino / met - 025
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S. No Name Model No:- Serial No:- Company Ref. Brand/Maker
1 Welding Machine Arc 151i 803-911-2211 fino / met - 001 Esab
2 Welding Machine Arc 151i 803-918-8658 fino / met - 002 Esab
3 Welding Machine Arc 151i 803-809-0908 fino / met - 003 Esab
4 Welding Machine Arc 151i 803-814-1978 fino / met - 004 Esab
5 Welding Machine Arc 151i 803-803-0912 fino / met - 005 Esab
6 Welding Machine Arc 151i 803-814-1883 fino / met - 006 Esab
7 Welding Machine Arc 151i 803-809-0915 fino / met - 007 Esab
8 Welding Machine Arc 151i 803-809-1291 fino / met - 008 Esab
9 Welding Machine Arc 151i 803-911-2199 fino / met - 009 Esab
10 Welding Machine Arc 151i 803-814-1882 fino / met - 010 Esab
11 Welding Machine Arc 151i 803-842-9415 fino / met - 011 Esab
12 Welding Machine Arc 151i 803-809-0902 fino / met - 012 Esab
13 Welding Machine Arc 151i 803-803-6151 fino / met - 013 Esab
14 Welding Machine Arc 151i 803-809-0905 fino / met - 014 Esab
15 Welding Machine Arc 151i 803-809-9744 fino / met - 015 Esab
16 Welding Machine Arc 151i 803-809-6093 fino / met - 016 Esab
17 Welding Machine Arc 151i 803-814-1980 fino / met - 017 Esab
18 Welding Machine Arc 151i 803-814-1982 fino / met - 018 Esab
19 Welding Machine Arc 151i 803-809-0914 fino / met - 019 Esab
20 Welding Machine Arc 151i 803-907-8551 fino / met - 020 Esab
21 Welding Machine Arc 151i 803-814-1880 fino / met - 021 Esab
22 Welding Machine Arc 151i 803-814-1877 fino / met - 022 Esab
23 Welding Machine Arc 151i 803-809-0896 fino / met - 023 Esab
24 Welding Machine Arc 151i 803-809-0909 fino / met - 024 Esab
25 Welding Machine Arc 151i 803-814-1864 fino / met - 025 Esab
26 Welding Machine Arc 151i 803-814-1862 fino / met - 026 Esab
27 Welding Machine Arc 151i 803-809-9743 fino / met - 027 Esab
28 Welding Machine Arc 151i fino / met - 028 Esab
29 Welding Machine Arc 151i 803-814-1964 fino / met - 029 Esab
30 Welding Machine Arc 151i 803-809-0903 fino / met - 030 Esab
31 Welding Machine Arc 151i fino / met - 031 Esab
32 Welding Machine Arc 151i 803-822-1342 fino / met - 032 Esab
33 Welding Machine Arc 151i 803-814-1879 fino / met - 033 Esab
34 Welding Machine Arc 151i 803-907-8541 fino / met - 034 Esab
35 Welding Machine Arc 151i fino / met - 035 Esab
36 Welding Machine Arc 151i fino / met - 036 Esab
37 Welding Machine Arc 151i 803-305-0559 fino / met - 037 Esab
38 Welding Machine Arc 151i 803-911-2209 fino / met - 038 Esab
39 Welding Machine Arc 151i 803-916-8273 fino / met - 039 Esab
40 Welding Machine Arc 151i 803-809-9733 fino / met - 040 Esab
41 Welding Machine Delta 160E 080-58851 fino / met - 041 Migatronic
42 Welding Machine Delta 160E 080-58695 fino / met - 042 Migatronic
43 Welding Machine Delta 160E fino / met - 043 Migatronic
44 Welding Machine Delta 160E fino / met - 044 Migatronic
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S. No Name Model No:- Serial No:- Company Ref. Brand/Maker
fino Metal - Welding Machine
45 Welding Machine Delta 160E 080-59000 fino / met - 045 Migatronic
46 Welding Machine Delta 160E 080-58696 fino / met - 046 Migatronic
47 Welding Machine Delta 160E fino / met - 047 Migatronic
48 Welding Machine Delta 160E 080-58580 fino / met - 048 Migatronic
49 Welding Machine Delta 160E fino / met - 049 Migatronic
50 Welding Machine Delta 160E 080-58657 fino / met - 050 Migatronic
51 Welding Machine Delta 160E 080-58844 fino / met - 051 Migatronic
52 Welding Machine Delta 160E fino / met - 052 Migatronic
53 Welding Machine Esab Arc 151i 803-814-1871 fino / met - 053
54 Welding Machine MAX161 LH-219161 fino / met - 054 Stel
55 Welding Machine MAX161 LH-219191 fino / met - 055 Stel
56 Welding Machine MAX161 LH-219162 fino / met - 056 Stel
57 Welding Machine MAX161 LH-219195 fino / met - 057 Stel
58 Welding Machine MAX161 LH-219174 fino / met - 058 Stel
59 Welding Machine MAX161 LH-219178 fino / met - 059 Stel
60 Welding Machine MAX161 LH-219175 fino / met - 060 Stel
61 Welding Machine MAX161 LH-219188 fino / met - 061 Stel
62 Welding Machine MAX161 LH-219190 fino / met - 062 Stel
63 Welding Machine MAX161 LH-219176 fino / met - 063 Stel
64 Welding Machine MAX161 LH-219186 fino / met - 064 Stel
65 Welding Machine MAX161 LH-219196 fino / met - 065 Stel
66 Welding Machine MAX161 LH-219192 fino / met - 066 Stel
67 Welding Machine MAX161 LH-219197 fino / met - 067 Stel
68 Welding Machine MAX161 LH-219167 fino / met - 068 Stel
69 Welding Machine MAX161 LH-219185 fino / met - 069 Stel
70 Welding Machine Thunder Bolt XL LF-140847 fino / met - 070 Miller
71 Welding Machine Blu Thunder 403 239230 fino / met - 071 Miller
72 Welding Machine Thunder Bolt XL LF-140849 fino / met - 072 Miller
73 Welding Machine Thunder Bolt XL LF-140849 fino / met - 073 Miller
74 Welding Machine Thunder Bolt XL LF-230354Y fino / met - 074 Miller
75 Welding Machine Thunder Bolt XL LF-140861 fino / met - 075 Miller
76 Welding Machine Arc 151i 620-917-8106 fino / met - 076 Esab
77 Welding Machine Arc 151i 803-911-2203 fino / met - 077 Esab
78 Welding Machine Arc 151i 803-907-8540 fino / met - 078 Esab
79 Welding Machine Delta 160E fino / met - 079 Migatronic
80 Welding Machine Dynasty 200 LG-270329L fino / met - 080 Miller
81 Welding Machine Gold Star 402 LJ-060059C fino / met - 081 Miller
82 Welding Machine Gold Star 402 LH-390336C fino / met - 082 Miller
83 Welding Machine Gold Star 402 LJ-080032C fino / met - 083 Miller
84 Welding Machine Gold Star 402 LJ-080012C fino / met - 084 Miller
85 Welding Machine Blu Thunder 440 222211 fino / met - 085 Miller
86 Welding Machine Thunder Bolt XL LF-140844 fino / met - 086 Miller
87 Welding Machine Thunder Bolt XL LF-140846 fino / met - 087 Miller
88 Welding Machine Thunder Bolt XL LF-230348X fino / met - 088 Miller
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S. No Name Model No:- Serial No:- Company Ref. Brand/Maker
fino Metal - Welding Machine
89 Welding Machine Dynasty 200 LG-270332L fino / met - 089 Miller
90 Welding Machine Dynasty 200 LG-270326L fino / met - 090 Miller
91 Welding Machine Delta 160E 8058904 fino / met - 091 Migatronic
92 Welding Machine Tig 1500i fino / met - 092 Esab
93 Welding Machine Auto Mig 273 8050143 fino / met - 093 Migatronic
94 Welding Machine Blu Thunder 440 222213 fino / met - 094 Miller
95 Welding Machine Gold Star 402 LH-500122C fino / met - 095 Miller
96 Welding Machine Gold Star 402 LJ-190040C fino / met - 096 Miller
97 Welding Machine Thunder Bolt XL LF-230346Y fino / met - 097 Miller
98 Welding Machine Blu Thunder 403 239252 fino / met - 098 Miller
fino Soft Furnishing
Plant & Machinery
S. No. Name Model No:- Serial No:- Company Ref. Brand/Maker
1 Sweing Machine - Febric
DB2-B735-3 F7524927 fino / Sf - 001
Brother
2 Sweing Machine - Febric
271-140042 271806216 fino / Sf - 002
Durkopp Adler
3 Sweing Machine - Febric
275-140041 275705090 fino / Sf - 003
Durkopp Adler
4 Sweing Machine - Febric
2491 D300AC 60101004 fino / Sf - 004
Singer
5 Sweing Machine - Febric
2491 D300AC 60501124 fino / Sf - 005
Singer
6 Sweing Machine Over Lock - Febric
MO-6716S 8MOZG12251 fino / Sf - 006
Juki
7 Sweing Machine Hi Speed - Febric
DDL-5550 DDLVB51908 fino / Sf - 007
Juki
8 Sweing Machine - Leather
DU-1181N 8D7DM01090 fino / Sf - 008
Juki
9 Sweing Machine - Leather
267-373 267827001 fino / Sf - 009
Durkopp Adler
10 Sweing Machine Double Needle - Leather
268-273 268811380 fino / Sf - 010
Durkopp Adler
11 Crusher Machine
fino / Sf - 011
12 Foam Cutter
fino / Sf - 012
krauss u. Reichet
13 Febric Tester
fino / Sf - 013
Not Working
14 Vaccum Cleaner
CV950BR fino / Sf - 014
Hitachi
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3.12 Company Structure
The complete job presentation or tender documents are handed over to the Estimation
Department to prepare the complete B.O.Q. The prepared B.O.Q will be submitted to the
management for approval. A complete offer will be submitted to the client including the Design,
specification, concept drawing, B.O.Q and a program for execution of the works.
Estimation Department
Quantity Surveying (QS) and Cost Control
Quantity Surveying (QS) Department will track the project progress, measure the quantity of
work done, monitoring the procurement activities and perform the payment certificate process.
Based on the past experience the work flow will be monitored thoroughly due to the proper
Quantity Surveying.
QS Dept also will ensure all relevant contractual notices are submitted in accordance with the
contract, identifying variations between Tender and Contract documents, preparation of variations,
claims, cases for extension of time as necessary, measurement and proper settlement of
subcontract accounts in accordance with company procedures and provisions of the contract,
ensuring timely submission of interim valuations and expediting timely receipt of certificates and
payments, preparation of financial reports, budgets and revised contract forecasts and monitor site
expenditure and advice on risk areas or overrunning items.
Quantity Surveying (QS) and Cost Control – Cont’d…
Procurement Department
Procurement activity shall be executed as per the Procurement Plan, Client / Employer’s
specification and the Bill of Quantity. The material/service shall be procured with the proper
evaluation and approvals. All procured material shall first be subject for approval. All procured
material shall be compared with the material specification where a material is deemed to be
acceptable it shall be submitted. If any discrepancy occurs, the material will return back to the
supplier.
The procured material shall be inspected by the QC Inspector along with the Project /
Production Representative(s) and with the Store Keeper as per the Project Quality Plan,
Method Statement, product specification and PO terms and conditions.
Contracts Department
A contracts department handles all contractual aspects of the project from the signing of the
contract to receiving the completion certificate, including interim payments …etc.
This is usually supported by finance department specially small projects.
Responsible for the relationship and contracts between the company and suppliers / vendors
etc. Contracts Department will establish and maintain long-term working relationships or
partnerships between the company and selected suppliers / vendors. In order to improve
time-to-market and to safeguard capacity, quality, cost and continuity in the long term.
Procurement Department - Cont’d….
Planning Department
Planning Department enables professional service organizations to better forecast demand for
resources, easily manage workforce skill mix, standardize project delivery best practices, quickly
identify and escalate risks and issues, maintain as built records in detail and contract history and
effectively communicate status to Management/Client.
Engineering Department
fino Engineering department is well equipped with preparing shop drawings, cutting list,
presentations and specifications as per the project requirement.
Our team begins with studying the client requirements which will be analyzed in the design
department (Fino Studio) for proper presentation and follow up to the next stage. The
same department is capable of producing perspectives and images of projects if required.
Engineering Department – Cont’d…
Our aim is to efficiently provide the clients with all the necessary drawings and documents
of their projects, and to meet the deadline on time.
The Engineering team is committed to ensure all Architectural drawings like Plans,
Elevations, Sections and Perspective drawings Are Prepared & Coordinated.
Our professional design team uses the latest technology software programs for
Perspectives, 3D views and walkthrough Animations. The Computer systems are latest in
Technology & regularly updated and upgraded as required.
Software Programs
 AutoCAD  3D Studio Max
 Adobe Photoshop CS  Adobe Premiere
 Adobe Illustrator  CorelDraw
 Macromedia Flash  Microsoft Projects
Design Department – fino Studio
fino International has full Design Department called “ fino studio ” where we develop the
concept and perspectives as per our client requirement.
Material Selection and product specification is prepared in “fino studio” to the highest
Standards and Latest Trends.
The above is for in house and domestic Projects only
QHSE Department
fino QHSE department is involved in Quality Management, Quality Assurance, Quality Control
and Health, Safety & Environmental aspects of all company's factories and projects.
This includes all activities of the planning & documentation and also operational & inspection
activities (at the factory & project sites). QHSE department is an independent division and
directly works under supervision of the Managing Partner.
At fino, an IMS (Integrated Management System) based on the ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004
and ISO 18001:2007 requirements is founded and the quality is achieved and maintained by
working in a systematic manner to formalized procedures.
The management data system of a company, even in its highest level insists on doing the
quality management activities.
This quality management system is an un concentrated responsibility that means, all the
employees are responsible to recognize the specific needs and take an action for changing un
credible needs.
Our primary objective is to satisfy clients by achieving a high level of effectiveness and
efficiency in each phase of project (Engineering, procurement, manufacturing and installation),
and to meet the clients' expectations, stated and implied.
In this regard, compliance with QUALITY, HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT IS AS A
MINIMUM REQUIREMENT IN FINO.
Throughout innovation and contemporary technology in execution of interior fit out projects,
development and promotion in IMS efficiency is continually implemented, and with process
management, fino is able to achieve targets & objectives.
Manufacturing Facility
fino Marble Factory
fino Joinery Factory
fino Metal Factory fino Soft Furnishing Factory
3.13 Products and Services
Products and Services
fino Joinery fino Marble
fino Metal fino Soft Furnishing
fino Joinery
The following products and services are provided by fino International under one roof:
Specialized in designing, manufacturing and installation of all traditional, modern furniture and
fixed Joinery. Our in-house team of experienced designers and engineer’s evaluate projects to
ensure that technical engineering and craftsmanship of the highest quality are employed.
The production facilities are equipped with the
latest computerized systems and modern machinery
to ensure cost effectiveness in a safe and friendly
environment
Products and Services
The production line includes
Modern and traditional furniture
 Bedrooms, Living rooms, Dining rooms, Offices…etc.
 Upholstery and drapery work
 Gold and Silver Leafing
Joinery (wood work)
 Doors.
 Paneling and cladding.
 Parquet.
 Decorative items and carving ornaments.
Products and Services
fino Joinery – Cont’d..
fino Marble
fino Marble Is a leading marble factory in the U.A.E dealing in natural stones including Marble,
Granite, Limestone, Travertine, Onyx, Slate and Sandstone among others.
A strict QA & QC procedure is adhered to ensure the highest quality and standard in the industry.
fino Marble is proud of its reputation in offering the best quality and service to the local and
regional market.
The marble workshop is equipped with the latest
C.N.C and water jet machinery for fast and precise
cutting and engraving
Products and Services
fino Marble provides the following services:
 Intricate marble design layout.
 Cutting on CNC and water jet machines.
 Highest quality installation to floors and walls.
 Precise cutting and engraving.
 All types of polishing (i.e. honing, hammering ...etc...)
 Columns and baluster.
 Marble counter and vanity tops.
 Professional packing and transportation.
Products and Services
fino Marble – Cont’d…
fino Metal
fino metal is well equipped to fabricate, and install architectural metal work.
Aluminum and glass work including:
 Fabrication of Doors and windows
 Architectural glass work.
 Glass etching and sand blasting
 Stained glass.
Stainless steel and brass work including:
 Cladding to columns
 Lifts and escalators.
 Handrails.
 Miscellaneous work to client’s specification.
Products and Services
Metal and iron casting and machining:
 Metal cladding to walls.
 Handrails and balustrades.
 Brass cast products and decorative items.
 Bolts and spikes.
 Electroplating and polishing
.
fino Metal – Cont’d…
Products and Services
fino Soft Furnishings
fino International established Soft Furnishings division with the principal task to provide high
quality fabric with imaginative design exhibiting our state of art and craftsmanship abilities, our
professional approach and expertise, transforms upholstery to colorful reality to suit the client’s
luxury and demands.
fino International Soft Furnishings can provide the best value in the industry to create an inviting
atmosphere and has become famous for its unique and highly sophisticated construction
technique to meet the innovative high challenge, which includes Arabic majilis, sofas, walls and
rooms with fine quality fabrics, vinyl and leather etc.
Products and Services
fino International is also capable of executing the following trades under Decoform.
 Casting and installation of GRG, GRC and GRP.
 Installation of all types of suspended ceilings.
 All types of special paints including gold leafing.
 Themed work.
fino International specializes in the design and execution of the following different kinds of turnkey
projects by bringing together under the same roof all the resources necessary to meet the project
requirement .
fino Soft Furnishing – Cont’d…
Products and Services
4 Projects
4. Projects
4.1 Current Projects
4.2 Projects Completed
4.3 Turnkey Projects
4.4 fino Clients
4.5 Clients Reference Letters
4.6 Taking Over Certificates
4.1 Current Projects
CURRENT PROJECTS
S
No
Brief Description of
contract
Location Client
Consultant /
Project Manager
Contract
Value
(Million in
AED)
1
Zoo & Aquarium Public
Institution in Al Ain
Sheikh Zayed
Desert Learning
Centre - Al Ain
ED Zublin AG ED Zublin AG 37
2
Fit out works for Ministry
of Interiors Phase I, II, III &
IV
Abu Dhabi
Ministry of
Interiors
Ministry of
Interiors
20
3
Construction, completion
and maintenance of
Ministry of Interior Head
Quarters at Wadi – Al Sail,
Doha, Qatar
Doha - Qatar
Ministry of
Interiors
Ministry of
Interiors
14.8
4 Fit-out & FF&E works
IZEL Restaurant –
Conrad, Dubai
Private Property
Management
ATKINS 11.15
5 Interior Fit-out Works
Dubai Mall –
Dubai
Navrang
Jewellers
Navrang
Jewellers
0.435
6
Interior Fit-out Works for
the News Centre Reception
Area
Media City -
Dubai
Dubai Media
Incorporated
Dubai Media
Incorporated
0.400
Sheikh Zayed Desert Learning Centre
The Sheikh Zayed Desert Learning Center is a phenomenal structure not only because of its
unique design and finishes, but also for its green approaches. It is aiming to achieve LEED
Platinum and Estidama 5 Pearls which are the highest achievable ratings for these green
building systems.
LEED is a system developed in the United States whereas Estidama is a local system (from Abu
Dhabi) that focuses on green technologies and approaches related to the Arabian Gulf , with
concentration on energy and water efficiency. Sheikh Zayed Desert Learning Center is the pilot
project for Estidama v 1.0.
The Sheikh Zayed Desert Learning Center is built with unique energy efficiency and water
efficiency technologies. In addition, there is major focus on green materials for the building. In
order to achieve the high ratings, the project teams sourced and installed regional materials,
recycled content materials, low Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) adhesives, paints, carpets,
composite wood and high SRI materials for the external cladding. The project is under very
stringent waste diversion targets; all types of wastes are segregated on site and sent for recycling
rather than landfill or incineration.
As a finishing company contracted to complete interior and exterior work, FINO is contributing
towards the achievement of the materials credits in SZDLC. Some of these are sourcing and using
chemicals that have low volatile organic compound levels. This ensures that the indoor air
quality is free of pollutants and toxic chemicals for the occupants of the building. In addition, the
doors to be used on SZDLC are sourced from sustainable forestry. Wastes are sent back to
manufacturers for recycling rather than disposal.
The most important contributor towards the achievement of LEED and Estidama is the close
coordination between all project team members. Openly discussing issues with our Clients, helps
in meeting the requirements of these green building rating systems. With transparent
communication, the purpose of these rating systems is met, as they encourage integrated
development and holistic approach to construction.
Current Projects – Picture Gallery
Sheikh Zayed Desert Learning Centre
Current Projects – Picture Gallery
Sheikh Zayed Desert Learning Centre
Fit – Out Works for Ministry of Interior – Abu Dhabi
fino is currently executing Phase 1(Wing no.3 - Ground, First and Second Floor), phase
2(Wing no.5 - Second Floor), phase 3(Wing no.1 - Ground & 1st Floor, Wing no. 4 - 1st
Floor and Wing no. 6 - 2nd Floor), phase 4(Corridor, Main Entrance, Restaurant and Void
Area), phase 5(Wing 5-Ground Floor & second Floor and Wing 6-Ground Floor & first
Floor).
fino International is working with the sister concern named Parkway International
Contracting (PIC) for the project. This is one of the fino’s prestigious project from the
Abu Dhabi Government.
The project will be handed over to the Ministry of Interior – Abu Dhabi by August 2012.
Current Projects
Fit – Out Works for Ministry of Interior - Qatar
The scope of the project is construction, completion and maintenance of ID and FFE
works in the Main Building, Lower Ground Floor, Ground Floor, 1
st
to 7
th
Floors in Multi
– Storey Car Park Building from the Ministry of Interior – Qatar.
Moreover fino has the responsibility for supply, delivery, installation , testing and
maintenance of Internal Stone Finishes at Multi Storey Car Park and Main Building
complete with all necessary fixing and fixing accessories complying with the
requirements of the Ministry of Interior.
The Project has started on March 2012 and will be completed by August 2013.
Izel Restaurant & Bar at Level – 7 of Conrad Hotel
Fino scope of the project is Interior Fit-out , FF & E works which comprise of finishes, fit-
out, joinery, non-structural metal works, supply of sanitary and light fittings, loose and
built-in furniture's and minor civil works like masonry, gypsum & acoustic works.
The work has started on April 2012 and will be completed on July 15, 2012.
Current Projects
4.2 Projects Completed
COMPLETED PROJECTS
S
No
Brief Description of
contract
Location Client
Consultant /
Project Manager
Contract
Value
(Million in
AED)
1
Construction and
Interior Fit-out 300 villas
at Palm Jumeirah - Frond
A, B & P
Palm Jumeirah
Dubai
Nakheel Hill Int'l - KCA 347
2
Health Care city: Lift
cabinet interiors, Lobby &
Reception Area
Mazaya Building
Dubai
Healthcare City
National
Engineering
Bureau
1
3 Fit-out works
Zabeel Park
Dubai
Osus Facilities
Management
Kling Int'l 16
4 Fit-out works
Dubai Marina
Mall Dubai
Emaar Hill International 129
5 Finishes to Public Areas
The Address,
Dubai Mall Hotel
Dubai
Emaar Turner, DPA 22.8
6 Armani Hotel Fit-out
Burj Khalifa -
Dubai
Emaar
Turner, Wilson &
Associates -
Armani
199
7
FOH and Public Areas for
Armani hotel
Burj Khalifa -
Dubai
Emaar
Turner, Wilson &
Associates -
Armani
168.5
8 Boutique Offices
Burj Khalifa -
Dubai
Emaar
Turner, Wilson &
Associates -
Armani
31.7
9 Fit out works
Mizuhu Bank -
Dubai
Taisei Taisei 1.9
COMPLETED PROJECTS
S
No
Brief Description of
contract
Location Client
Consultant /
Project Manager
Contract
Value
(Million in
AED)
10
Bathroom Fit out - 700
villas
Palm Jumeirah
Dubai
Nakheel Hill Int'l - KCA 25.7
11
Complete Interior Fit-out
work for VIP Private Villa
Palm Jumeirah
Frond D -Dubai
Zabeel
Investment
Higgs & Hill 5.9
12 Joinery works
Armada Tower @
Jumeirah Lake -
Dubai
Armada Adnan Saffarini 9.9
13
Interior fit-out and- 39
Entrance Pods and 11
footbridges from Jebel Ali
to Rashidiya
Dubai Metro -
Red Line - Dubai
RTA JT-JV 163
14
FF&E Installation for
Armani Hotel, FOH and
Boutique office
Burj Khalifa -
Dubai
Emaar
Turner, Wilson &
Associates - SOM
4.9
15
Fit out, FF&E, Medical
Equip & IT
Dubai Clinic -
Dubai
Mubadala -
John Buck Int'l
Mubadala - John
Buck Int'l
12
16
Fit out works for Versace,
Al Halabi & Beilla
Restaurant
Mall of Emirates -
Dubai
Paris Group Paris Group 3.6
17
Decoration Works to
Entrances in Ground Floor
and Lift Cabin
Seba Tower –
Abu Dhabi
Seba Tower ,
Khalidiya
Commodore 2
18
Fit-out works for the VIP
Lounge
Dubai Mall -
Dubai
Emaar Emaar 6
COMPLETED PROJECTS
S
No
Brief Description of
contract
Location Client
Consultant /
Project Manager
Contract
Value
(Million in
AED)
19
Apartment Upgrading &
Hotel Conversion to Qatar
Silhouette Tower
Intercontinental
Hotel - Qatar
Redco
Construction
Redco Construction 7.1
20 Interior Finishes
Dubai Metro -
Green Line -
Dubai
RTA JT-JV 38
21 Marble Works
Park Hyatt Hotel –
Abu Dhabi
ALEC ALEC 10
22
Business park and hotel
facilities - ID & Fit-out
works,
Crown Plaza Hotel
(Business Park) -
Package III, for
shk Mohd Bin
Hamad Al Thani -
Qatar
Redco
Construction
Redco Construction 70
23
Package II - Supply of
wooden & Metal Doors
Business Park -
Qatar
Redco
Construction
Redco Construction 2
24
Supply & Installation of
Joinery works
Kalwani Villa –
Dubai
Kalwani Villa Mr. Kenny Khalwani 1.5





CROWN PLAZA HOTEL – DOHA, QATAR

Fino International had successfully executed the fit-out works for the
Crown Plaza Hotel in Doha, Qatar.

The package includes Fit-out works for Public Areas such as Main Lobby,
All Day Restaurants, Brazilian Restaurant, Lounge Bar, Meeting Room,
Business Centre, Reception Public Toilets, Brazilian Pubic toilets, SPA &
GYM, Pool Deck Area, Conference Building, Executive Lounge, Typical
Corridors and FF&E for Public Areas.
The package also includes fit-out works for the apartments, suite and guest
rooms at the hotel. The job is considered one of the most prestigious
project in Doha.

Fino Int’l is selected based on its vast experience in hotel fit-out and
furniture manufacturing. Fino based in Dubai has four manufacturing
facilities for Marble, Joinery, Metal and Furnishings.






















CROWN PLAZA-DOHA -QATAR

Completed Projects – Picture Gallery
Crown Plaza - QATAR
Completed Projects – Picture Gallery
Crown Plaza - QATAR






Dubai Metro
The Dubai Metro is a driverless, fully automated
metro network which is under construction in the United Arab
Emirates city of Dubai. The Red and Green Lines are under
construction, and further lines are planned. These first two lines will
run underground in the city centre and on elevated viaducts
elsewhere.
The Dubai Metro will be the longest fully automated rail system in
the world when it opens in 2009.
fino International is contracted to complete the interior fit-out of the Dubai
Metro Project, Red Line Main Arrangement Works. The scope consists of all
metal, paint and gypsum finishing works in 39 Entrance Pods and 11
Footbridges along the Red Line from Jebel Ali to Al Rashidya.
Fino’s scope of the Green Line consists of 12 Entrance Pods and 7 Stations
and runs through Dubai’s city centre from Al Qusais, through Banias Square
up to the entrance if Palm Deira and back through the city ending at Al
Jaddaf. The metal work is the largest part of fino's work and consists of the
following:
• Aluminum Ceilings
• Mild Steel Powder Coated Wall Panels & Smoke Barriers
• Stainless Steel Handrails & Balustrades
Completed Projects – Picture Gallery
Dubai Metro





DUBAI METRO







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DUBAI METRO



DUBAI METRO















THE PARK HYATT @ SAADIYAT BEACH – ABU DHABI

Fino International
collaborated with ID
company Wilson and
Associates and ALEC Fit out
in the design and build
aspects of this project.
Starting with their team of
engineers, Fino drafted
shop drawings based upon
the design intent of W/A.
By utilizing their team’s vast
experience in the region and knowledge of fit out construction practices
during the design phase, they were able to propose practical design
solutions and ideas to difficult details and transitions, and expedite the
approval process. Their projects and engineering teams then produced an
extensive onsite survey, room by room, to prepare individual drawings and
cutting lists to coincide with the current site conditions. This allowed them
to provide the utmost attention to quality and detail. Upon approval of the
final drawing submissions, their procurement and fino marble division
worked together to source a variety of luxurious marbles from around the
world.

In the first selection, fino took a
forward approach in selecting
and proposing the Biege Luzio
marble from a quarry in Oman.
This was selected to contribute
to the predominant LEED
practices instituted on this
project. Another material was
sourced by fino and selected
from the mountain ranges of
Greece, the Pigros White marble. This is a beautiful polished white material
with lavish veins running throughout; the material was approved instantly.





Their continuous search for luxurious marbles throughout places such as
Europe and India landed them in China. This is where they found the
material, Lava Wave. With hints of green, black and blue and numerous
veins running parallel throughout, this was by far top of the line. This
material was designed to be aesthetically used as an accent material to the
guestrooms, in which the placement would be on specially selected walls
and counter tops to stand out and catch the eye. Fino’s teams traveled
many times to China and spent countless hours in their factories selecting
and purchasing only the best blocks and slabs for the project.

After the selection and procurement, fino’s Marble factory began the
fabrication in which they produced all the marble for the 250 guestrooms
in less than 4 months by utilizing multiple water jets, cutting machines,
stone saws and edging machines, all running simultaneously 24 hours a day.
Fino’s logistics department then took control; and with proper labeling,
identification, transport and shifting, made it very simple for their site and
installation teams to meet the challenging schedule to complete 23 rooms
per week and meet the Clients accelerated schedule and deadlines.

With fino’s proactive approach, skilled Marble division and experienced
staff and management, the Park Hyatt project is on track to be another
successfully opening Hotel.




















Park Hayat – AL-Saadiyat Island
Completed Projects – Picture Gallery
Burj Khalifa
Completed Projects – Picture Gallery
Versace Palace – Mall of the Emirates
Dubai Mall Hotel
Completed Projects – Picture Gallery
Intercontinental Hotel - QATAR
The Park Hyatt – Abu Dhabi
Zabeel Park
Completed Projects – Picture Gallery
Wooridul Spine Centre
Dubai Marina Mall
The Palm Dubai Health Care City
4.3 Turnkey projects
Hotel Palace
Shopping Mall Restaurant
Health Spas Royal Suites
4.3 Turnkey projects – Cont’d…
Boats and Yachts Banks and Offices
Themed Projects Residential Villas
Green Projects Gates
4.4 fino Clients
4.4 fino Clients
4.5 Client’s Reference Letters








4.6 Taking Over Certificates







REDCO CONSTRUCTION· ALMANA
CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION
This certificate of completion is awarded to:
M/s. FINO International
the "sub-contractor"
whose registered office address is at P.O. Box: 261945, Dubai, UAE
with Fax: +97148802661 and Tel: +97148802663
for having completed the scope of work in accordance with the contract
requirements for the construction package as detailed below:
The Project:
Apartment Upgrading and Hotel Conversion Works
to Qatar Silhouette Tower
West Bay, Doha, Qatar
Building Owner/ Employer:
Qatar Islamic Bank
Contract Package:
Design Development and Construction of Finishing/Fit Outs Works
for Specialty Areas Sub-Package I & II (Levell, 2 &3)
SCA. No: REDCO-P208/SCA-079
Commencement date: December 07,2010
The warranties and guarantees required by the sub-contract agreement will
commence on the date of this certificate of completion.
Nothing herewith shall construed as to waive completely all rights of REDCO
Construction-Alman a and the Employer for the replacement of the whole or
any portion of the aforementioned work should the same be found later with
defects or in violation of the contract.
Signed this
31 st day of January 2012.
Signed by:
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Tel.: +97444690276 / 44690639, Fax: +97444690734, P. O. Box: 23300, Doha, Qatar, e-mail: info@redcoalmana.com
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Contract Title: Dubat Mall Hotel Certificate No: BDDIDMHIMCfTOC/3
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Date of Contracc. 20 November 2005 (Letter of Acceptance) Date of Issue: 22-Jun-11
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mechanical floor and admtnlstratlve office. on tho 16th floor. and
the 40th ind 41st penthouse noors
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In accordance w1th and subJect to the terms. cond11tons and prov1sions ol the Contract. we hereby cert1fy !hat in
our op1nion on 30 Apnl 2010 (date of takmg over) paragraphs (a) 10 (d) tnclusive of Clause 20.1 oi the Cond1trons
of Contract had been comphed with 10 respect of the above Sect1on or PortiOn of the Works in that·
lal the said Section or PortiO!'\ or the Works had been completed 10 accordance With the Contract. except m
minor respects that do not affect 1ts use forth!! for which 1l1s intended' as noted 10 AppendiX A
to this Taking Over Certificate. and
(b) suoJeCI to the provis1ons of Clause 19A.4 of the Condrt1ons of Contract (Repeat Tests and Rejection).
all tests on complel.ton had been duly passed to our sahsfadlon except as noted 10 Appendiv
A !O this Tak1ng Over Certlflcate; and
(c) paragraph (a) of Clause 5.7 of the Cond•tions of Contract (As-bu11t Drawmgs, Operations and
Matntenanc:e Manuals) had been fully compiled with, except as noted 1n AppendiX A to thts Taking Over
Certificate; and
(d) all other conditions precedent to I he issue of a Tal<ing-Over Cemficate reawed by the Contract had
been satisfied, excpet as otherwise noted 10 Appendix A to this Taking Over Certificate.
Accord•ngty. the Defects Liability Period in respect of the sa1d Section or Portion of the Works commenced on 30
Apnl2010 and subte<:t to Clause 21 2 of the Cond•llons of Contract WTII expire on 30 Apfl12011
CSHK Is reqUired as a cond•llon of lhts Takang Over CerttfJcate. to undertake routine and preventive
mamtenance In lull tn accordance wrth the manufacturers InstructiOns and lor recommendations up to the
date of system !'landover and to prov•de documentary evidence ot the mamtenance records
In the event that any guarantees and warrant1es are declared to be null and void by eqUipment
supphers or subcontraclors on the grounds lha: rouune mamtenance has not been adequately
perlormed then CSHK will be requ1red to underwrite these guarantees and warrant1el> for the full
penod for 1n the Contract
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Date of Contract: 20' ovember 2005 (Let18r of Accapbnce) Date of lssuo: 15-Mar-11
Contractor: cs 'tl( OU6AI CONTRACnNG (LLC)
SectJon or Portion of th Wonts: Soctloo A (Car and anchor tonant ;area of the podium)

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In accordance with end sUbJect to the terms, conditions and provisions of the Contract. we hereby certify that in
OlJ' opinion on 01 October 2009 (date of tak1ng over) paragraphs (a) to (d) inclusive of Clause 20., of the
Conditions of Contract had been comphed with in respect of the above Section or Portion of the Wor1ts in that:
(a) the said Section or Portion of the Worl(s had been completed in accordance with I he Contract. except in
minor respects that do not affect its use for the purpose for which 1t Is intended, as noted in Appendix A
to this Taking Over Certificate; and
(b) SlJbject to the provisions of Clause 19A.4 of the CondiUons of Contract (Repeat Tests and Rejection).
all tests on completion had been duly passed to our salisfaclion. except as otherwise noted in Appendix
A to this Taking Over Certificate; and
(c) paragraph (a) of Clause 5.7 of the Conditions of Contract (As-buill Drawings, Operations and
Maintenance Manuals) had been fully compt1ed with. except as noted in Appendix A to this Tak.1ng Over
Certificate, and
(d) all other conditions precedent to tl1e 1ssue or a Taking-Over Cert1hca1e required by the Contract had
been satisfied. except as otherwise noted in Appendix A to th1s Takang Over Certificate
Accordingly. the Defects lJabihty Penod 1n respect of the said Sect•on or Port1on of the Works commenced on 01
October 2009 and subject to Clause 21 2 of the Conditions of Contract will expire on 01 October 2010.
CSHK 1s required as a condition of thiS Tak1ng Over to undertake routine and preventtve
maintenance an full in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions and/or recommendations up to tl1e
dato of system handover. and to provide documentary evidence of the maintenance records
In the event that any guarantees and warranties are declared to be null and void by equipment
suppliers or subcontractors on the grounds tl"tat routine maintenance has not been adequately
performed. then CSHK will be required to underwrite these guarantees and warranties for the full
periOd provided in the Contract.
For and on behalf of
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TAKING-OVER CERTIFICATE
Contract IUe: Oubal Mall Hotel Certificate No: BO
ON-01 : MAJN CONTRACT
Date ofC lltraCI: 20 Novomber 2006 (L.ouer of Data of Issue:
lr: CSHK DUBAJ CONTRACTING (LLC)
Soetlon B (Balance of tno podium area, and tho otal floora. up to
SKtion o PortJon of Ut• Worb: :met Including the mechanical floor and admlnlstr:aUve offices on the
16tt4 floorJ
In accordance with and subjed to the terms. conditions and provisions of the Contract. we hereby certify that In
ovr opinion on 01 October 2009 (da1e of taking over) paragraphs (a) to (d) inclusive or 20 1 of the
Conditions of Contract had been complied with in respect of the aboVe Sectton or Portion of the Works in that
(a) the said Sectton or Portion of the Works had been complete<;! in accordance With the Contract except tn
mrnor respects that do not affect its use for the purpose for which 1t is mtended. as noted in Appendix A
to this Taklng Over Certificate: and
(b) subject to the provisions of Clause 19A.4 of the CondlUons of Contract ( Repeat Tests and ReJection ).
all tests on completion had been duly passed to our satisfaction, 4$ oUlerw1se noted in AppendiX
A to this Taking Over Certifrcate: Md
(c) paragraph (a) of Clause 5.7 of the Conditions of Contract (As-built Draw1ngs, Operations and
Maintenance Manuals) had been fully complied wllh, except as noted in Appendix A to this Taking Over
Certificate. and
(d) all other conditions precedent to the 1ssue of a Taking-Over Cert1f1cate tequired by the Contl"3d had
$atidied. e)(cept as otherwise noted in Appendi.w; A to this Takmg Over Certltlcate
Accordingly, the Defects liab1hly Period m respect of the sa1d Sect1on or Port1on of the Works commenced on 01
October 2009 and subject to Claus.e 21.2 of the Conditions of Contract will expire on 01 October 2010
CSHK is required as a condition olthis Taking Over Certificate, to undertake roulJne and preventive
maintenance in full in 3C(:()rdance With the manufacturer's 1nstruct•orts and/or recommendations up to the
elate of system handover. and to provide documentary evidence or lhe maintenant.e records.
In the event that any guarantees and warranties are declared to be null and void by equ•prTtent
suppliers or subcontractors on the grounds that routine ma1ntenance has not been adequately
performed. then CSHK will be reqUired to underwrite these guarantees and warranties for the full
period provided for m the ntract. •
For and on behalf of
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( 1) Employer (Employer's Representative) (2) Projed Manager
(3) Supervision Consultant (4) Omntum In ematlonal Ltd.
DP ARCHITECTS PTE l T
EMAAR PROPERTIES PJSC
DUBAI MALL HOTEL- BURJ DUBAI DEVELOPMENT
TAKING-OVER CERTIFICATE
Contract Title: Dubai Mall Hotel Certificate No: DMH/FITTOC/1
C0-05 Fit -out of Bar Distil
Date of Contract: 13 October 2008 (Letter of Acceptance) Date of Issue: 25 February 2011
Contractor: Fino International
Section or Portion of the Works: Whole of the Works
In accordance with and subject to the terms, conditions and provisions of the Contract, we hereby certify that in
our opinion on 28 October 2009 (date of taking over) paragraphs (a) to (d) inclusive of Clause 20.1 of the
Conditions of Contract had been complied with in respect of the above Section or Portion of the Works in that:
(a) the said Section or Portion of the Works had been completed in accordance with the Contract, except
in minor respects that do not affect Its use for the purpose for which it is intended; as noted in Appendix
A to this Taking Over Certificate; and
(b) subject to the provisions of Clause 19A.4 of the Conditions of Contract (Repeat Tests and Rejection),
all tests on completion had been duly passed to our satisfaction, except as otherwise noted in Appendix
A to this Taking Over Certificate; and
(c) paragraph (a) of Clause 5. 7 of the Conditions of Contract (As-built Drawings, Operations and
Maintenance Manuals) had been fully complied with, except as noted in Appendix A to this Taking Over
Certificate: and
(d) all other conditions precedent to the Issue of a Taking-Over Certificate required by the Contract had
been satisfied, except as otherwise noted in Appendix A to this Taking Over Certificate.
Accordingly, the Defects Uabillty Period in respect of the said Section or Portion of the Works commenced on 28
October 2009 and subject to Clause 21.2 of the Conditions of Contract wlll expire on 28 October 2010.
Rno International is required as a condition of this Taking Over Certificate, to undertake routine and preventive
maintenance In full in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions and/or recommendations up to the
date of system handover. and to provide documentary evidence of the maintenance records
In the event that any guarantees and warranties are declared to be null and void by equipment
suppliers or subcontractors on the grounds that routme maintenance has not been adequately
performed, then Fino International will be required to underwnte these guarantees and warranties for the full
penod provided for in the Contract
For and on behalf of
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For and on behalf of
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6 RAFFLES SOUL VARD
#04-100 MARINA S UARE
SINGAPORE 03959
TEL: +65·6338 398
Distribution:
Director
Original: Contractor
Copies: (1) Employer (Employer's Representative) (2) Project Manager
(3) Supervision Consultant (4) Omnium International Ltd.
FAX: +65-6337 998
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JT METRO JV
JAPAN-TURKEY
METRO JOINT VENTURE
Dubai, 23 November 2011
Subcontract Title: Subcontract for Station Air, Earth, Fire and Water Theme Non-Metal
Works -Main Arrangement Works Green Line
Project:
Contractor:
Subcontractor:
G03-Airport Free Zone, G04- AI Nahda, G06-AI Qiyadah, G07- Abu Hail,
G11- Baniyas Square, G17- Oud Metha, G20- Jadaf 2, G01- AI Qusais 2,
G02- AI Qusais 1, GOS-Stadium, GOS- Abu Baker AI Siddique, G09-Salah
AI Din, G12-Palm Deira, G-13 AI Ras, G-14 AI Ghubaiba, G-15 Saeediya,
G-18 Health Care City and G19- Jadaf 1
Dubai Metro Project
Obayashi Corporation representing the JT Metro Joint Venture
FINO INTERNATIONAL
TAKING OVER CERTIFICATE
For the whole of the Subcontract Works
Date of Issue: 23 November 2011
In accordance with Clause 14 of the Conditions of Subcontract and subject to the requirements of Clause
14 we certify, that the Subcontract Works have been substantially completed in accordance with the
Subcontract, as detailed below:
This Taking-Over Certificate applies to the whole of the Subcontract Works
Events I Outstanding Subcontract Works I Defects: Day Month Year
Substantial Completion of the Subcontract Works
23 November 2011
Notice given by the Subcontractor pursuant to Clause 14
26 October 2011
Date of Taking-Over of the whole of the Subcontract works
23 November 2011
Page 1 of 2
JT METRO JV
JAPAN -TURKEY
METRO JOINT VENTURE
1. Index and contents of this Subcontractor's Taking-
Over Certificate
2. Clarifications of general items to be undertaken by
the Subcontractor
3. Checklist for issuance of Subcontractor's Taking
Over Certificate
see Attachment 1
see Attachment 2
see Attachment 3
In accordance with Clause 14 of the Conditions of Subcontract, the Subcontractor shall carry out the
outstanding Tests on Completion, finish all Outstanding Works, remedy defects and complete all other
items stated in the attachments to this certificate and by the dates specified therein.
Defects Liability Period:
Defects Liability Period
Date of expiration of Defects Liability Period
JT Metro J.V.,DJ
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Attachments:
24 months after Taking Over Certificate
23 November 2013
1. Index and contents of this Subcontractor's Taking-Over Certificate
2. Clarifications of general items to be undertaken by the Subcontractor
3. Checklist for issuance of Subcontractor's Taking Over Certificate
Page 2 of2
JT METRO JV
JAPAN-TURKEY
METRO JOINT VENTURE
Dubai, 23 November 2011
Subcontract Title: Subcontract for Station Context Planning Overground Station -
Standard and Non-Standard Entrance Pod -Main Arrangement Works -
Green Line
Project:
Contractor:
Subcontractor:
G02- AI Qusais 1, G03-Airport Free Zone, G04- AI Nahda, GOS- Stadium,
G06-AI Qiyadah, G07- Abu Hail, GOS- Abu Baker AI Siddique, G17- Oud
Metha, G18- Health Care City, G19-Jadaf 1 and G20- Jadaf 2
Dubai Metro Project
Obayashi Corporation representing the JT Metro Joint Venture
FINO INTERNATIONAL
TAKING OVER CERTIFICATE
For the whole of the Subcontract Works
Date of Issue: 23 November 2011
In accordance with Clause 14 of the Conditions of Subcontract and subject to the requirements of Clause
14 we certify, that the Subcontract Works have been substantially completed in accordance with the
Subcontract, as detailed below:
This Taking-Over Certificate applies to the whole of the Subcontract Works
Events I Outstanding Subcontract Works 1 Defects: Day Month Year
Substantial Completion of the Subcontract Works
23 November 2011
Notice given by the Subcontractor pursuant to Clause 14
26 October 2011
Date of Taking-Over of the whole of the Subcontract works
23 November 2011
Page 1 of 2
JT METRO JV
JAPAN -TURKEY
METRO JOINT VENTURE
1. Index and contents of this Subcontractor's Taking-
Over Certificate
2. Clarifications of general items to be undertaken by
the Subcontractor
3. Checklist for issuance of Subcontractor's Taking
Over Certificate
see Attachment 1
see Attachment 2
see Attachment 3
In accordance with Clause 14 of the Conditions of Subcontract, the Subcontractor shall carry out the
outstanding Tests on Completion, finish all Outstanding Works, remedy defects and complete all other
items stated in the attachments to this certificate and by the dates specified therein.
Defects Liability Period:
Defects Liability Period
24 months after Taking Over Certificate
Date of expiration of Defects Liability Period
23 November 2013
Yours faithfully,
'
Deputy Project Director
JT Mel!\J.V.

Attach
1. Index and contents of this Subcontractor's Taking-Over Certificate
2. Clarifications of general items to be undertaken by the Subcontractor
3. Checklist for issuance of Subcontractor's Taking Over Certificate
Page 2 of2
EMAAR PROPERTIES PJSC
DOWNTOWN DUBAI DEVELOPMENT, THE BURJ KHALIFA
TAKI NG-OVER CERTIFICATE
Contract Title: Package No. BD-28 : FF&E Installation Certificate No: BOD-TBT /BD-28/TOC/ 1
Date of Contract: 11 April 2010 (Letter of Acceptance) Date of Issue: 12 July 2010
Contractor: Rno International LLC
Section or Portion of the Works: The whole of the Works
In accordance with and subject to the terms, conditions and provisions of the Contract, we hereby certify that in
our opinion on 25 April 2010 (date of taking over) paragraphs (a) to {d) inclusive of Clause 20.1 of the Conditions
of Contract had been complied with in respect of the above Section or Portion of the Works in that:
(a) the whole of the Works had been completed in accordance with the Contract, except for any minor
outstanding work and defects, as detailed in the appendix hereto, which will not affect the use of the
Works for their intended purpose (either until or whilst such work is completed and such defects are
remedied); and
(b) all Tests on Completion had been duly passed to our satisfaction; and
(c) paragraph (a) of Clause 5.7 of the Conditions of Contract (As-built Drawings, Operations and
Maintenance Manuals) had been fully complied with.
(d) all the other conditions precedent to the issue of the Taking-Over Certificate as required by the Contract
have been satisfied.
Accordingly, the Defects Liability Period in respect of the said Section or Portion of the Works commenced on 25
April 2010 and subject to Clause 21.2 of the Conditions of Contract will expire on 24 April 2011 .
For and on behalf o1
TURNER CONSTRUCTION INTERNATIONAL LLC
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David Bradford
Supervision Consultant's Representative
Dist ribution: Original: Contractor
Copies: (1) Employer (Employer's Representative) (2) Project Manager
(3) Supervision Consultant (4) Quantity Surveyor
TURNER CONSTRUCTION INTERNATIONAL LLC
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DOWNTOWN DUBAI DEVELOPMENT, THE BURJ KHALIFA
APPENDJX TO TAKING OVER CERTIFICATE
Contract Title: Package No. BD-28 : FF&E Installation Date of Issue: 12 July 2010
Date of Contract: 11 April 2010 (Letter of Acceptance)
Contractor: Fino International LLC
Section or Portion of the Works: The whole of the Works
!raking Over Certificate to which this Appendix is attached: BOD-TBT /80-28/TOC/1
Minor respects in which the Works has not been completed on the date of taking over and which do not affect Its
use for the purpose for which it is intended:
1 Installation of remaining FF&E as recorded in the attached two page schedule entitled 'Physical Stock
Status of Armani Hotel Furniture S-05 as of 26.05-2010
2 Distribution of Decorative Throw pillows to the Residences
3 Remaining Asset Registers
The Contractor has given a written undertaking to complete the foregoing as soon as practicable during the Defects
liability Period.
TURNER CONSTRUCTION INTERNATIONAL LLC
5 Associate Companies
Associate Companies
1. PARKWAY INTERNATIONAL CONTRACTING:
Parkway executed the construction and fit out works for 325 villas at the Palm Jumeirah, the
scope of works includes MEP, Marble and Tiles, Plaster, Water Proofing, GRC, GRP, GRG, Sanitary
ware, Accessories, Landscaping, Painting, Vanities, Lightings and other special finishes work.
Currently executing 2 HQ buildings for TRA in Dubai and Abu Dhabi along with more than 5 civil
defense centers. Our workforce today exceeds 2000 people.
3. DESIGN STUDIO:
Specialized in Interior fit out for offices, banks, public buildings with manufacturing units in
UAE, Italy and Far East..
2. GSG METAL INDUSTRIES:
GSG is an integrated, specialized door manufacturer encompassing design, production, sale,
installation and after sale service. It has been well established in the industry with sound credit,
refined process and reliable quality through many years of experience and accumulation, making
it possible for us and to be leading our counterparts in the market. With state-of-the-art and
Modern technology, GSG has developed vision panel door, louver door, frame jamb, acoustic
door etc.,
4. DESIGN STUDIO:
Specialized in Interior fit out for offices, banks, public buildings with manufacturing units in
UAE, Italy and Far East..
5. DECOFORM:
One of the leading GRC, GRG, GRP manufacturers in Canada fully equipped for any complicated
moulds and shapes, with manufacturing unit in Dubai Investment Park and more than 150 skilled
labors to cater for the finest in Gypsum and GRC works.
6 fino QA/QC




Project Quality Policy Statement


The quality policy adopted by fino International on the project is to execute the work in
a cost effective way, according to the contract requirements and within the agreed time
frame. To achieve this objective, fino International is committed to:

• Ensure that a Project Quality Plan is established, implemented and maintained,
in accordance with contract requirements. The Project Quality Plan will be the
apex document setting out the quality policy, the organizational structure and
the procedures, to ensure contract requirements are satisfied.

• Ensure that all personnel allocated to the project, including suppliers and sub
contractors, are suitably qualified, skilled and experienced and are aware of their
responsibilities and role in executing project.

• Maintain honest and open communications, request clarifications when in doubt
and adopt a systematic approach, essential for the successful execution of the
project.

• Continuous improvement in the quality system implemented on site through
regular review of quality objectives and by undertaking effective corrective and
preventive actions, as and when needed.






















QA/ QC Procedure


The works during contract period shall be controlled through establishing a Quality
Control system to perform required inspections and tests of all the works activities
including those of the subcontractors, in accordance with the requirements of the
contract, drawings and technical specifications.

Quality plan shall be established and implemented, which shall include the procedures,
instructions, records, etc. covering the following:

1. Project Organization including the quality control organizational chart and
qualification requirements of personnel.
2. Authority and area of responsibilities of the quality control personnel.
3. Document control.
4. Design & Development.
5. Material Purchasing and control.
6. Construction control including process control and quality control procedures.
7. Inspection and Testing.
8. Control of inspection, Measuring and Test Equipment.
9. Control of Customer Supplied Product.
10. Identification and Traceability.
11. Control of Non-Conforming products.
12. Handling & Storage.
13. Control of Quality Records.

A draft copy of the Project Quality Plan is attached herewith for reference & perusal.





















PROJECT QUALITY PLAN

Current
Revision
Date Description
Prepared by
Q/AQC Manager
Reviewed by
Project Manager
Approved by
Director



Name Name Name

Signature Signature Signature



LIST OF DISTRIBUTION

• CONTROLLED DISTRIBUTION ("Controlled" when printed on in red on page 1 of
Quality Plan)

Party Name Date Signature





Remark: This document is accessible to all fino International staff through the site office
network.


















Project Title



1. Contents


1.


Contents

2
2. Register of Recipients and Amendments 3
3. Introduction
3.1 List of References
3.2 Definition & Abbreviations

4
4. Project Organization 5
5. Design Management
5.1 Design Inputs
5.2 Design Interfaces
5.3 Design Reviews
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6. Document Control
6.1 Method of Document Control
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7. Scope of Works 7
8. Programme 7
9. Method Statement 7
10. Handling, Storage and Protection
10.1 Handling
10.2 Packing
10.3 Storage on Site
10.4 Protection
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11. Test and Inspection Plan
11.1 In-Factory Inspection
11.2 Site Inspection
11.2.1 Good Inward
11.2.2 Patrol Inspection
11.3 Quality Handover Inspection
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12. Subcontractors 9
13. Calibration 9
14. Non Conformance/Corrective Action 10
15. Records 10
16. Special Training 10
17. Annex 1: Project Organization Chart.
Annex 2: Responsibilities of Key Personnel
Annex 3: List of Quality Control Procedures
Annex 4: List of Sub-contractors & suppliers
Annex 5: List of Equipment & Major Tools.
Annex 6: Major Activities Method Statements










2. Register of Recipient And Amendments

This register is a list of Project persons who are holders of this Quality Plan.

COPY NUMBER Holder's Name Organization






RECORD OF AMENDMENTS

ISSUE Date Comments
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3. Introduction

This plan addresses the requirement of the Project Contract, as prescribed in the
General & Technical Specifications of the {Project Name}

The purpose of this Project Quality Plan (PQP) is to provide a simple and effective
system for controlling the quality of the works on this project. It demonstrates that the
Contractor, fino International, has identified its quality objectives and will establish a
system of procedures to accomplish them (as and when needed). For this purpose the
Contractor will assign duties, delegate authority, and set up suitable inspection, testing,
examination and audit programs to verify that the requisite standards of performance
are achieved.

We are certified in BS EN ISO 9001/2008 Standard, however, fino International have
implemented a QA system based on these guidelines.

List References

• Contract documents (Letter of Intent, Minutes of Meeting, etc.).
• General Requirement of the Project.
• Contract drawings.

Definitions & Abbreviations

Client
Consultant
Contractor
Project Manager
Sub-Contractor


Supplier

CP
ITP
MS
NCR
OM
PCM
PM
PQP
QAM
QC
QCE
QCP
SD
SE
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fino International

Organization employed by fino
International for executing part of the
works
Organization used by fino International for
supply of Materials
Company Procedures
Inspection and Testing Plan
Method Statement
Non Conformance Report
Operations Manager
Project Construction Manager
Project Manager
Project Quality Plan
Quality Assurance Manager
Quality Control
Quality Control Engineer
Quality Control Procedures
Shop Drawing
Site Engineer


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Safety Manager
Variation Order
Work Instruction


4. Project Organization

The project will be managed with allocated resources as per approved program.

The current Project Organization Chart is attached in Annex 1 hereafter. It is kept
current by the QAM.

The Project Manager representing fino International on this project is responsible for
ensuring that the following are carried out:

a. That all works are carried out in accordance with the specification and drawings.
b. That all works are checked fully and offered to the Client and/or the Design
Team free from defect.
c. All works are in accordance with the company QA procedures.
d. Ensuring all documentation and approvals are in accordance with the
requirements of the specific contract conditions.
e. Liaising with the quality inspector on a daily basis.

5. Design Management

As per fino International contract for this project we have no design responsibility. The
design responsibility remains with the professional team.

Design Inputs and Outputs

The design inputs (Client requirements) and the design outputs (what has
actually been designed) will be compared in the following manner:
fino International will produce working details for each element of the works,
these will be based on the designer's construction issue information and will
reflect, where necessary, changes required by the client's design team. This
design information will be issued to the client for comment/approval.

On receipt of "A Status" (Approved) or "B Status" (Conditionally accepted to
proceed with) comments by the design team, work will commence to
manufacture and install these items on site (depending on the element in
question).

Drawings receiving "C Status" (Not Approved) will amended and resubmitted as
required for approval.






Design Interfaces

Design Interfaces are the points where the design of one part of the work
connects with the design of another part or with works in another package and
must be checked to make sure the "connection" works as intended by both
parties. This will eliminate problems at the construction stage.

The design interfaces will be checked in the following manner and the result
recorded:

a. Assessment of preceding trade tolerances to ensure adequate working
tolerance is designed into work elements.

b. As built surveys of preceding trades to ensure sufficient tolerance is built
into work elements.

c. Attendance at design meetings and workshops with other fitting out
contractors to assists in identification of interface issues and resolution of
potential problems, minutes to be recorded by the client's
representative. Particular attention will be paid to the interface with the
M&E services, suspended ceilings, finishes and internal fit-out works
within the building.

Design Reviews

Design reviews are the regular recorded meetings that are held so that all
designers understand how the design is progressing and allows for all relevant
actions and problems to be identified, discussed and resolved.

Design reviews will be carried out dependent upon the complexity of the work
which fino International is carrying out. This will be decided and agreed with the
client's professional team at the outset of the project. It is suggested that initially
a fortnightly meeting is convened to drive the project forward and update all
parties of any issues that need to be resolved. Should additional
meetings/workshops be required these will be recorded by the client's
representative as noted in 5.2.3 above.

If any works within the contract work require to be manufactured by a specialist
for incorporation within our works, fortnightly meetings will be held with our
specialist suppliers to ensure any changes/amendments are communicated by
the Project Manager to the necessary parties. These will be scheduled to ensure
communication is as expedient as possible.

6. Document Control

Method of Document Control



To ensure that the site are only working to the latest revision of the specified
documents. The Project Manager will implement this document control system.

Controlled documents shall include but not limited to the drawings,
specifications, Method Statements, Schedules and Quality Check List. When
documents are received they will be recorded as follows:

a. All controlled documents shall be received by the document controller and
recorded on the document control log.

b. Documents will be distributed to the relevant parties applicable, who will in
turn issue for construction on site as a controlled document to the
Construction Manager. Thereafter the Construction Manager will implement
all necessary information which will not be as a controlled document.

c. Controlled documents shall be notated by a coloured stamp stating issued
for construction.

d. Upon receiving an updated document, all issued outdated versions of
controlled documents shall be withdrawn and destroyed. The Master Copy
held by the document controller shall be stamped "SUPERSEEDED
DOCUMENT".

e. Any uncontrolled copies of documents will not be updated.

7. Scope of Works

Description of the Scope of Works

8. Programme

The works are due to commence on site in line with the baseline programme as per the
Contract.

9. Method Statement

Method Statement shall be prepared at the Project Manager's discretion and or the
request of the Main Contractor. These shall be considered as controlled documents and
will be controlled by this procedure. The list of major activities method statements is
attached in Annex 6 hereafter.

10. Handling, Packing, Storage and Protection

These handling, storage and protection procedures have been planned to ensure that all
products, materials and work will remain in perfect condition through to handover over
practical completion of the project as a whole.




Handling

The following methods will be used to handle the items in such a way as to
ensure that it is carried out safely and without any damage to the item or
other works:

Packing

Following final inspection, items of joinery are presented for packing.
Items are packed in a manner to give the necessary protection to edges and
surfaces during handling, loading, transportation, off-loading and distribution on
site.

Protection of manufactured joinery is typically corrugated cardboard, bubble
wrap and black polythene. In addition corner protectors will be applied where
necessary along with skids to bases. Individual items will be clearly identified to
indicate their final position on site.

Storage on Site

Joinery items will be procured and manufactured in order to minimize storage
either at works or on site. Storage of works, if required, will be in a designated
area of the site.

Environmental conditions are closely monitored to ensure that the joinery items
are not exposed to any detrimental elements.

It would be our intention to incorporate the joinery elements into the
environmentally controlled conditions on site as soon as possible following
delivery, therefore minimizing the need for any long term on-site storage. Before
installation all products will be normalized for a minimum of 3 days at
operational environmental conditions to ensure minimal defects due to changing
conditions.

Protection

The materials and final works will be protected as follows to prevent any damage
or deterioration prior to handover of the projects as a whole.

fino International shall ensure the construction process minimizes the possibility
of damage during the installation process by programming the installation works
to minimize the movement of materials through finished areas. All items of
joinery will be protected utilizing a similar method of bubble wrap and heavy
corrugated cardboard.







11. Test and Inspection Plan

In-Factory Inspection:

In-Factory inspection shall consist of goods inward, first off, patrol and finished
goods inspections. The frequency and the nature of these inspections shall be
subject to the Factory Quality Plan.

Site Inspections:

All site inspections shall be carried out as follows and non-conforming products
shall be dealt with as detailed in Non-Conformity Section.

Goods Inwards:

All deliveries shall be checked for quantity & identification against the delivery
note. The checks shall be carried out by the site store man and the results of
these checks shall be recorded on the delivery note.

If any packaging is damaged to an extent which may have caused damages to the
delivered products then a full inspection of the products for damage shall take
place. This shall be carried out by the Site Quality Controllers and the results will
be recorded on the fino International goods inward form.

Patrol Inspection:

Each zone of the project shall be inspected by the Quality Controller at least
twice per day and all inspections shall be carried out against a quality check list
as prepared by the site Quality Manager. Results of these inspections shall be
recorded on the Site Inspection form

Quality Handover Inspection:

On completion of each trade and on completion of entire area/zone/room, a
pre-handover inspection shall be carried out by the Quality Controllers against
the handover check list. Results shall be recorded on the Site Inspection Form.

12. Subcontractors

All subcontractors shall be approved by the company based on their ability to supply
services and products as defined in their individual scope of work and direct relation to
the overall requirements of the project in terms of quality and time scales. The list of
Sub-contractors and major suppliers is attached in Annex 4 hereafter.






13. Calibration

All measuring or test equipment used on this project will be calibrated to ensure
accuracy at the discretion of the Quality Manager. The calibration procedure shall be
approved by the Quality Manager prior to the calibration being carried out. The results
of calibrations and the actions required for non-conforming equipment shall be decided
on a case-by-case instance by the Quality Manager. Calibration Certificates shall be
made available on site and as much as closed to the instrument with the record status.

14. Non-Conformance/Corrective Action

Any non-conforming materials and non-conforming work will be reported to the Quality
Manager and dealt with as follows to prevent recurrence of the problem. Any areas of
non-conformity works which cannot be rectified will be removed and replaced. Issued
NCR as a result of Consultant's advice of defect should not be considered closed unless
the proposed corrective action is reviewed, verified and approved by the consultant's
Quality Control Engineer.

15. Records

The following records will be handed to the Client at the end of the project:-

O&M Manual in electronic format and hard copy, this will include all the following
information:

a. Details of main material suppliers & manufacturers names, addresses and
telephone numbers including relevant technical literature.
b. Recommended methods for cleaning (e.g. removal of graffiti).
c. Recommended methods for maintenance and replacement including access and
egress.
d. Recommended inspection periods for their installed products.
e. As built drawing including major temporary works drawings.
f. Details of specialist sub contractors used including names address and telephone
numbers.
g. Construction method statements.

All documentation on this project will be retained for a period as agreed with main
contractor.

16. Special Training

The following special training is required of operatives and staff to allow them to
complete the works correctly:

All operative shall be given an adequate training to ensure that the ability to perform
their roles in a timely and effective manner. All personnel directly involved in the QC &
QA process shall be subject to dedicated training to ensure that they are fully


competent and knowledgeable of the requirements of the quality system and the
quality standards.



















































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POSITION : Project Manager, PM
REPORTS TO : OM
DEPUTY : SE

OVERALL RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITIES:

1. Manage the construction of the project in accordance with the contract in the
most efficient and profitable manner taking particular care of client
requirements and company's sub-contractors, and suppliers' interest, and
leading the site staff to form a cohesive unit resolved to common purpose.
2. Resolve with the client all issues related to the effective performance and
construction of the project.
3. Review the PQP, project procedures etc, prepared by the QAM, in accordance
with the company quality system and the project requirements and ensure their
implementation.
4. Participates with the QAM to communicate the company quality policy and
commitment to quality principles to all site personnel.
5. Ensure, with the QAM, that sub-contractors staff is aware and fully implement
the quality system on site, including responsibility for ensuring quality awareness
amongst their personnel.
6. Ensure, with the QAM, that all site personnel are aware of their responsibilities
with regard to the quality system.
7. Ensure that statutory health and safe regulations and those contained in the
company safety manual are observed at all times and that safety on site is
maintained at high standard.
8. Ensure that resources are allocated in a manner to achieve the agreed
construction plan and to the correct standard.
9. Ensure that, where necessary, corrective action is taken to maintain the quality
standards required by the company and the specification.

END


POSITION : SITE QUALITY ASSURANCE MANAGER (QAM)
REPORTS TO : OM
DEPUTY : Site Quality Assurance Engineer

OVERALL RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITIES:

1. Reviewing, in co-ordination with the PM, the contract documents specifications
to identify the mandatory inspections and tests to schedule and establish the
required ITPs and MSs.
2. Preparing the project ITPs, MSs, related checklists and inspection request forms
in co-ordination with the PM detailing the inspections required at various stages
of the project, their frequency in accordance with the contract requirements and
the related Standards.


3. Preparing the PQP and the site specific Procedures in co-ordination with the PM
to satisfy both the contract requirements and the Company quality system, then
submitted for approval.
4. Reviewing, modifying subcontractors' and suppliers' quality documents for
adequacy, compliance and submitting them for approval. Ensuring the approval
of their ITP, Method Statements, associated Check Lists, Inspection Requests
Forms established in accordance with the contract requirements as agreed with
the Client/Consultant and as per the approved PQP all in co-ordination with PM
5. Schedules, conducts, and record site internal audits, reviews the operation of the
site quality system to ensure suitability and effectiveness & ensures
recommendations are implemented.
6. Issues NCRS and advice of defects, Logs and follows them up for clearance, and
clear them as early as possible. Where deficiencies exist, ensure documented
acceptance after repair/concession. Identifies defect trends, targets resources,
and revise site procedures.
7. Establishes a suitable document control and distribution system including
control of quality records in accordance with safe and secure document
retention system.
8. Ensuring identification, collection, indexing, access, filing, transfer, storage,
maintenance and disposition of quality records are made conform.
9. Keeping the approved samples in the project's Sample room at site if under
company control.
10. Controlling, ensuring that the approved specifications, materials, documents,
samples and drawings are recorded in the valid registers that are updated
promptly and distributed where required.
11. Establishes project close out documents and the monthly quality report for
onward submission to client.
12. Liaise with the client to ensure expectations are being met, monitor, maintain
customer complaints, verify resolution, and ensure operation on the quality
system during defects liability period.
13. Process statistical calculations for control when required by the client.
14. Implementing and monitoring the application on site and coordinating with site
surveyors regarding Calibration status of their devices and follow-up any
necessary re-calibration with the agents.
15. Participating in the Handing over team, controlling, supervising the application of
inspecting works and listing items needing rectification.

END




POSITION : Site Quality Control Engineer
REPORTS TO : Quality Assurance Manager
DEPUTY : As Delegated by QAM

OVERALL RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITIES:


1. Inform the production department if materials, works, processes etc. does/does
not meet the requirements and stop/reject the same.
2. Follow the instruction of the QAM.
3. Ensuring that the Production Department, subcontractors, and suppliers are
complying with the PQP, site specific Procedures.
4. Monitoring, implementing, and reporting to the QAM on the operation of the
company quality assurance system. Coordinate with QAM to improve the site
quality processes.
5. Monitor the quality, performance of suppliers and subcontractors to assure
supplied products and services meet the requirements.
6. Sample with the consultant materials for testing and processing with the
approved independent laboratories and submitting results certificates to
consultant after QAM review and coordinate field quality activities with client
personnel, subcontractors and suppliers.
7. Distribute on site the inspection documents returned from consultant and where
required.
8. Ensure that required site quality technicians are trained, and train them if and
when required and monitor their activities.
9. Preparing Site daily works; this must include delivery notes, and accurately
document all inspections undertaken and submit daily reports together with any
supporting documentation to the QAM.
10. Raise non-conformances and observation when required for non-conforming
products, works, processes, etc.
11. Maintaining calibration certificates for all testing equipment used on site,
including those used by subcontractors.
12. Snagging the works near and at completion works and ensuring that they are
cleared to reduce Client snags.
13. Ensure that storage of materials is made as required by manufacturers including
shelf lives and verify materials issued and used on site are from the approved
stock, assure products identification, tracing, documentation from receipt till
installation.
14. Providing the QAM with all required information to establish site monthly
quality report for onward submission to consultant and head office.
15. Conducting internal audits as scheduled by the head office and site QAM.
16. Records customer complaints and reports them to QAM.

END


POSITION : Project Construction Manager, PCM
REPORTS TO : PM
DEPUTY : As Delegated by PM

OVERALL RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITIES:

1. Ensure health and safety policies are effectively carried out in all areas under his
control.


2. Follow up with the consultant for handing over of works for checking prior to
commencement.
3. Coordination with other packages, prior to the commencement of works.
4. Implementing the QA/QC procedures on site and monitor it.
5. Control of material site personnel requirements in line with QA/QC procedures.
6. Ensure that the works are completed on time and in accordance with the
drawings, specifications and standards.
7. Follow up the program of works.
8. Ensure that all relevant tests and inspections are carried out and recorded
through out the process.
9. Ensure that all areas are approved for construction prior to the commencement
of works.
10. Liaise with the factory and subcontractors to ensure that sufficient materials are
available.
END

POSITION : Design Manager
REPORTS TO : OM and PM
DEPUTY : As Delegated by PM

OVERALL RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITIES:

1. Liaise between PROJECT MANAGER & CONSULTANT to interpret the specified
designs.
2. Co-ordinate the production of drawings to ensure submittals on a timely basis
relative to construction plan.
3. Ensure all relevant standards and specifications are included in each drawing.
4. Report to the construction team any envisaged problems with the design.
5. Report to the Construction team any envisaged problem with the design.
6. Prepare shop drawings to aid installation.
7. Liaise with subcontractors to ensure correct standards of drawings are being
received.
8. Liaise with other packages to ensure all drawings are co-ordinated.
9. Ensure only the correct issue of drawing being used for development work.
END

POSITION : Planning Engineer
REPORTS TO : PM
DEPUTY : As Delegated by PM

OVERALL RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITIES:

1. Liaise between PROJECT MANAGER and construction team to create a program
of works to include manpower and materials.
2. Co-ordinate between other packages to ensure program compatibility.
3. Update program to take into account site co-ordination.
4. Produce reports necessary as to satisfy contractual and other requirements of
PROJECT MANAGER and fino International.


5. Ensure progress if work is included or the programs and report any stone
shortfall immediately to the construction team.
6. Analyze the program and raise any possible problems to the construction team.

END



POSITION : Material Expeditor
REPORTS TO : PM
DEPUTY : As Delegated by PM

OVERALL RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITIES:

1. Liaise between planning control, production and construction to ensure material
arrives on site in time.
2. Ensure all the necessary paperwork is made available to the supplier to fulfill the
requirement in terms of quality, quantity and timings.
3. Ensure the supplier provides the necessary technical data and approved
inspection forms.
4. Carry out random audit on the quality of items delivered

END



POSITION : Procurement Manager
REPORTS TO : OM and PM
DEPUTY : As Delegated by PM

OVERALL RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITIES:

1. Ensure all purchase orders are received with all the correct information with
regard to specification drawing references, required date and payment terms.
2. Organize samples in a timely fashion to ensure adherence to the construction
programme.
3. Liaise with supplier to ensure technical expertise is available as and when
required for the construction.
4. Analyze the suppliers to ensure their capabilities in terms of quality, finance
technical to supply the products/service in accordance with the program.
5. Provide reports to the Construction head as to the status of the purchasing
process.
6. Maintain records in accordance with the quality system and the contractual
requirements.

END




POSITION : Document Controller
REPORTS TO : Quality Assurance Manager
DEPUTY : As Delegated by QAM

OVERALL RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITIES:

1. Complies with detailed requirements assisted by the QAM.
2. Under the QAM control, he logs, maintains, records, updates the status of all site
issued and received documents, drawings, samples, etc. indicating their revision
status, date of receipt, date of issue etc. in the Valid Registers.
3. Records are updated promptly.
4. He issues and distributes to the site personnel and relevant subcontractors as
required by the QAM/PM. He keeps a distribution record.

Document Control:

1. Receiving copies of contract documents, subcontracts etc.
2. Establishing the project file.
3. Maintaining and retaining all quality records, Certificates and as instructed by
the QAM.
4. Ensuring unique identification, and collection, indexing, access, filing, storage,
safety, and maintenance of all project file elements.
5. Ensuring that all documents and drawings issued/received are stamped,
identified, dated received/issued logged in the proper register.
6. Keeping the approved samples in the project's Sample Room at site in the case
those are under the company control.
7. Ensuring that only copies of original documents are distributed against signed
receipts.
8. Ensuring that originals remain in document control.
9. Ensure that documents are filed, maintained, easily retrievable, and secure.


END



POSITION : Site Engineer
REPORTS TO : PM
DEPUTY : As Delegated by PM

OVERALL RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITIES:

1. Supervises the site works in accordance with project specifications, method
statements, PQP, ITPs, approved and valid construction drawings and instruction
given by PM.
2. Identify and plan the inspection requirement for internal process and raise the
requests for inspection to QCE.


3. Inspects, fills in, and signs company's and client checklists prior to submission to
QCE.
4. Comply with safety on the works and processes.
5. Organize his manpower with his foremen, including equipment and materials to
achieve the required progress within quality requirements.
6. Supervise the activities of foremen, trade foremen, and land surveyors, each
according to his assigned duties and responsibilities.
7. Produce daily reports, detailed in a way to show quantities executed, allocated
labour force, and location as required, and submit it to his PM.
8. Comply with agreed daily, weekly program issued by his PM.
9. Execute PM instructions after agreement.
10. Addresses all encountered/preventive problems with his PM.
11. Follows-up his submitted documents where required. QCE/Client representative
site inspectors/etc.
12. Ensure that only latest valid issued drawings, method statements, ITPs are in
use.
13. Ensure that only approved materials are used.
14. Ensure that no activity is being processed without supervision.
15. Ensure that coordination of any work with other job sections is made through
his PM.
16. Controls and records effectively and accurately in his scope/section:
A. Materials used consumption and his related orders.
B. Overtimes
C. Equipment and power tools under his control.
17. Takes particular care for safety aspects and the adequacy of used equipment
and tools used to perform work processes.

END



POSITION : Foreman
REPORTS TO : SE
DEPUTY : As Delegated by PM/SE

OVERALL RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITIES:

1. Implement the site quality system and monitor its application in construction
operations.
2. Verify that quality criteria, method of statements, and site work instructions are
being followed.
3. Be an example for promoting quality awareness.
4. Ensure only valid drawings and other construction documents are in use, and
supervise construction operations of company and where appropriate
subcontractors.
5. Ensure his prepared documents reflect the work performed accurately.
6. Verify that adequate safety and first aid equipment are available where required,
used properly, verify their good operation, and fit for use.


7. Ensure that his operatives are aware of locations of safety, first aid equipment,
and informed about location of contact numbers.
8. Verify that operatives are sufficiently experienced and trained to perform their
duties.
9. Identify suitable operatives for additional training.
10. Ensure only adequate trained operatives utilize electrical and mechanical
equipment.


END


POSITION : Safety Manager (SM)
REPORTS TO : PM & QAM
DEPUTY : As Delegated by SM

OVERALL RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITIES:
1. Implement the project safety plan including emergency action plan if required
and conduct safety awareness training for company and sub contractors’
personnel in compliance with statuary requirements, government and /or local
regulations.
2. Conduct daily inspections of the work and processes to ensure safe working
practices
3. Target safety teams to areas of known deficiency
4. Develop and implement a documented system of penalties for persistent safety
violations by individuals.
5. Develop and implement a system for issue of a “stop work order” where items of
work are profoundly unsafe.
6. Ensure good house keeping at all locations, cleanliness and tidiness. (Workshops
site surrounds)
7. Identify eliminate / minimize fire hazards including where gas cylinders and
other flammable products are safely stored.
8. Endeavor to resolve safety issues at site level with PM/SE for resolution when
cannot be resolves at site levels refer matter to OM.
9. Ensure fire fighting safety equipment is available and used where hazards dictate
and that first aid equipment is readily available where required.
10. Ensure mechanical equipment is in safe working order including slings be
controlled as per work instructions and lifting equipment certificates are valid,
including qualified operators.
11. Ensure electrical equipment is correctly rated grounded and cables in good order
with suitably plugged and proper accessories.
12. Develop and implement a system to endure scaffoldings, formwork and any
other construction equipment is safe and prevent use of such scaffolding being
under construction.
13. Conduct regular meetings with Company and sub contractors’ staff and assess
effectiveness.
14. Prepare daily, monthly safety reports determine areas of deficiency conduct risk
assessment report and submit to PM, QAM and site staff.


15. Investigate accidents and prepare reports to PM and recommend preventive
actions to avoid recurrence.
16. Compile, review, and prepare safety data and records for each sub contractor
performance.
17. Develop and maintain a statistical system of NCR and site accident registers to
pin point critical safety areas in a project / activity to improve the company
safety system.
18. Prepare list of emergency contacts posted at site strategic locations


POSITION : All Employees
REPORTS TO : Site Quality Assurance Manager
DEPUTY :

OVERALL RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITIES:

1. It is responsibility of all employees at all levels to advise the QAM of any required
changes to the Procedures (or suggest generating new Procedures) which would
improve the control of the Quality of processes and/or services provided by the
Company.
2. Upon leaving the Company or transferring to a position where the
Manual/Procedure is non-essential, the holders must return their copies to the
QAM.
3. It is responsibility of all Employees to help the team of internal auditors and
provide them with any information they request related to the audited
Procedures.
4. All Employees (including TMT) who identify concerns with the Quality of the
practices or services provided by the Company/Subcontractors/Suppliers are
responsible for reporting them in accordance with CP.
5. The Assistant PM/SE(s) and Foremen are responsible to carry on all verbal and
written instructions advised by the PM in a timely manner with a special regard
to Quality.
6. The PM/SE is responsible for his issued verbal and written instructions.

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Reference No.

QCP-01:

QCP-01-01
QCP-01-02
QCP-01-03
QCP-01-04
QCP-01-05
QCP-01-06
QCP-01-07
QCP-01-08
QCP-01-09
QCP-01-10
QCP-01-11
QCP-01-12
QCP-01-13
QCP-01-14
QCP-01-15
QCP-01-16

QCP-02

QCP-02-01
QCP-02-02
QCP-02-03
QCP-02-04

QCP-03

QCP-03-01
QCP-03-02
QCP-03-03
QCP-03-04
QCP-03-05


QCP-04

QCP-04-01
QCP-04-02
QCP-04-03
QCP-04-04
QCP-04-05



Document Title

DOCUMENT & RECORD CONTROL

QC Daily Report
QC Weekly Report
Transmission of Drawings, Documents, Samples, etc.
Record of Submittals
Sample Tag
Submittal Status Log
Procurement Schedule
Notice of Commencement of Installation
Request of Information
Request for Inspection & Approval
Field inspection Daily Report
Record of Ceiling Space Closure
Survey Works Checklist
Request for Alternative of Substitution
Handing Over Between Package Contractors
Taking Over Certificates

MATERIALS DELIVERY

Material Delivery Permit
Material Storage Permit
Material Removal Permit
Material Deliveries Storage Checklist

CONTROL OF NON-CONFORMING PRODUCTS

Non-Conformance Weekly Report
Advice of Defects Weekly Report
Non-Conformance Report
Status Summary on Non-Conformance Notices
Advice of Defects


INSPECTION AND TESTING

Material Inspection Report
Record of Testing-On or Off Site
Summary of Test Requirements
Off-Site Inspection Report
Inspection & Test Plan

INTERIOR FINISHES CONTROL




QCP-05

QCP-05-01
QCP-05-02

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7 Method Statement



METHOD STATEMENT

1.0 SCOPE

The scope of this Method Statement is to define the mechanism to be used for the Project
Execution.
The purpose of this document is to establish systematic procedures for the Project
Execution activities such as Installation, Procurement, Engineering, Construction, Project
Control and Scheduling, QA/QC, HSE and Project close out etc.,
2.0 REFERENCES

2.1 Tender Documents (Conditions of Contract, Specification, BOQ, Drawings)

2.2 Approved Shop Drawing4

2.3 Approved Method of Statements

2.4 Construction Specification

3.0 DEFINITIONS

FINO - fino International LLC, Dubai

PM - Project Management

PE - Project Engineering

HSE - Health, Safety and Environment

QA/QC - Quality Assurance/ Quality Control

4.0 RESPONSIBILITIES:

4.1 Project Management (PM):

 Responsible for the establishment and effective implementation of the project.

 Overall coordination and liaison with the Consultant and Employer, including administration
of the contract.

 Delegation of authority to the Project team, as appropriate to their particular functions.

 Implementation of remedial and/or corrective actions on matters affecting quality and
project performance.

 Training.


4.2 Project Engineering (PE):

 Preparation and implementation of project procedures related to design and technical
activities where applicable.

 Performance of design development.

 Preparing and verifying; by checking, interdisciplinary reviews and/or technical reviews, as
appropriate; all issues of designated deliverables.

 Interfacing with procurement on all matters relating to purchasing, e.g. material
requisitions, technical bid evaluations, vendor document reviews, etc

 Carrying out technical bid evaluations with procurement staff including clarification
meetings with bidders, as appropriate, and making recommendations based on technical
acceptability of bids.

 Interfacing by external parties involved in the project.

4.3 Project Procurement:

 Implementation of project procedures for procurement

 Interfacing with design on all matters relating to the engineering input to, and involvement
in, purchasing.

 Preparation and issue of packages, comprising the technical requirements, conditions and
other requirements for approval

 Responding to bidder’s enquiries during the bid period

 Holding of clarification meetings with bidders, as appropriate

 Administration of purchase orders after award including quality surveillance, expediting,
shipping and logistics

4.4 Project Construction:

 Preparation and implementation of methods statement related to construction and quality
control activities

 Execution of construction activities

 Management and administration of construction subcontracts

 Field supervision of construction work

 Establishment and execution of jobsite materials management



 Establishment and execution of jobsite health, safety and environmental programs.

 Performances of field procurement activities

 Tracking of construction progress

 Management of construction/commissioning interfaces

 Execution of field design change control

4.5 Project QA/QC:

 Ensuring that the requirements of the quality management system are established,
implemented and maintained.

 Preparing and revising, as necessary, the PQP and quality assurance related project
procedures

 Carrying out internal and external quality audits

 Liaising with project management on quality related matters

 Participating in the selection of quality system requirements for suppliers

 Establishing the quality system requirements for subcontractors

 Appraisal audits, where required, of supplier and subcontractor’s quality systems

 Liaising with the Engineer’s QA representative on quality matters

 Training

4.6 Project Planning and Programming:

 Planning for identifying the resources and construction elements of the project and all
ancillary works

 Monitoring the progress of construction including that of subcontractors

 Updating the construction program on a regular basis

 Attending meetings with the Client’s Representative/Engineer and subcontractors to advise
on, and resolve, planning issues.

 The preparation of target program and short-term look-ahead program and monitoring
outcomes, as necessary.




 Advising the Project Management on the status of the works and suggesting viable solutions
to achieve internal milestones

 The preparation of weekly, fortnightly and monthly reports on progress and planning
matters.

4.7 Project HSE:

 Responsible for the preparation and implementation of Project HSE Plan.

 Ensuring that all project personnel and subcontractor’s staff are aware of the HSE
requirements.

 Provide formal training in safety and carry out regular toolbox talks.

 Liaison with subcontractors, plant operators, etc. to ensure that cranes and plant are tested
and certified

 Implementation and monitoring of HSE procedures at the point of operation, especially
those affecting third parties and the general public

 Implementation of a safe system of work including housekeeping and security of the site

 Co-ordination of temporary works including formwork, temporary supports, access, etc

 Ensuring that HSE inspections and testing are carried out and reported.


5.0 PROJECT SCOPE OF WORKS:

< Project Scope of Works>


6.0 PROJECT PLANNING PHASE

fino will request a general program from the Main
Contractor in order to use for our schedule.

The package will be broken down into discrete areas
to enable timely execution, snagging, handover and
protection. Each zone will be scheduled in detail to
include a breakdown or trades and will be


sequenced to take into account the project milestones, access availability and to avoid
damage of existing works.

Scheduling will be done using Primavera P6 6.2 Software; all the requirements of the
Contracts shall be satisfied.



Any other necessary procedure shall be implemented to ensure that the work will proceed
and tracked properly

7.0 PROJECT PROCUREMENT PHASE:

7.1 SELECTION OF SUPPLIER / SUBCONTRACTOR

A prequalification of all sub-contractors / suppliers shall be carried out by using
“fino/PCR/FRM02 – Prequalification Checklist” to establish their ability to achieve the
desired quality of product or process on time.



This prequalification shall investigate, but not be limited to the following items.

 Financial stability

 Financial resources

 Quality of workmanship

 Previous jobs completed

 Manpower level by skill.

7.2 Procurement Control

All procured material shall first be subject for approval. All procured material shall be
compared with the material specification where a material is deemed to be acceptable it
shall be submitted. If any discrepancy occurs, the material will return back to the supplier
with “fino/PCR/FRM06 – Goods Return Voucher”. Only approved materials shall be


procured. Each purchase order raised shall reference the approved control sample and
include a required date.

Reference: fino/PCR/WRK01 – Procedure for Purchase
fino/PCR/WRK02 – Procedure for Control of Suppliers / Sub Contractors



7.3 Material Inspection

Upon receipt of the material, it shall be inspected by the QC Inspector along with the Project
Representative and with the Store Keeper as per the Project Quality Plan, Method
Statement, product specification and PO terms and conditions.

The discrepancies will be reported to the Procurement Dept immediately.

The material will be accepted with the QC approvals.

8.0 PROJECT ENGINEERING PHASE:

Drawings shall be generated with regards to tender drawings and subsequent construction
drawings, technical specifications, technical standards and any other information submitted
by the Consultant / Employer.



All interfaces with previous and subsequent contractors shall be discussed to ensure a
coordinated design. Further to this all drawings shall be presented to the main contractor
for his coordination prior to submission to consultant. Any comments noted shall be
investigated and incorporated into the drawings where possible. If a conflict occurs then
discussion between the other packages specially the M.E.P packages contractor and fino
International shall take place to resolve these issues. Discussion with consultant is necessary
if no resolution can be achieved. If the comments was resolved and there’s a cost and time
implication to the changes immediately fino will notify the Main Contractor to inform the
Client on the changes.

Prior to submission to consultant, the coordinated drawings will be stamped by the related
packages contractor to verify the design if compatible with their design. Where comments


have been made, these shall be incorporated into fino International drawings and will be
submitted along with the commented stamped drawing to consultant.

8.1 Shop Drawings Submittal

All drawings shall be coordinated and checked thoroughly by the design manager prior to
submission for approval. Procedures shall be in place to ensure that only the most current


and approved drawings are used for manufacturing and installation purposes. All approved
copies shall be clearly marked to indicate so.

Reference: fino/PRJ/WRK03_Procedure for Submission and approval of shop drawings.

8.2 Materials Submittals

All drawings shall be analyzed and a list of material submission shall be generated.
Appropriate materials shall be formally submitted with reference to the designer’s
specifications and the technical specifications. Any material submitted which does not
conform to the specifications shall be accompanied with a complete RAS (Request for
Alternative / Substitutions) form. Any material shall not be used until all the necessary
authorizations have been received.

8.3 Detailed Method Statement:

All installation processes shall be detailed in method statement which shall describe the
processes in a logical sequence.

All pre-construction checks, in process checks, setting out procedures and pre-handover
checks shall be detailed in this procedure.

The methods statement shall be submitted to consultant for approval. No work shall
commence until approval of this method statements has been granted.

9.0 PROJECT COORDINATION PHASE:

At all times the project team shall liaise with other contractors at all levels to ensure work
can progress smoothly.

Particularly close coordination will be maintained with M.E.P contractor.

Co-ordination shall be in the form of formal meetings, workshops, telecommunications and
informal site meetings, organized and supervised by the main contractor.
One week prior to installation in an area associated trades will be informed to ensure
availability.



10.0 PROJECT CONSTRUCTION PHASE:

Before commencement on site the area shall be cleaned and all datum points shall be
checked to verify their accuracy.

All provided trades shall be formally signed over by the main contractor. These shall include
but not be limited to Civil & MEP contractor, and any other related packages.

All material delivered to site shall be stored in the same environmental conditions as it shall
be used on site. Original packing material shall be kept on the product until it is installed to
minimize damages.



Trades which are liable to deterioration due to excess moisture and heat shall not be
installed until cooled and dry air is available. These trades shall include but not be limited to
gypsum and all finished joinery. All works shall be set out from verified datum points and
with approved drawings. Each trade shall produce a detailed method statement which shall
detail all the critical elements of the construction process.

In general the works shall commence with ceilings followed by floor and then walls. Works
shall be sequenced to avoid damages to subsequent trades.

However, design manager has been appointed and he will be in touch with the Employer to
commence technical discussion. Planning Dept will try to get the master Construction
Program to incorporate our ID activities.

11.0 PROJECT QA/QC PHASE:

The Project Quality Plan (PQP) outlines the general requirements of the project construction
phase.




Inspection and Test Plans (ITP) shall be prepared by the QA/QC Manager to incorporate all
the necessary checks for each trade. During the construction process and before the
commencement of the next stage inspections shall be carried out as per ITP.

12.0 PROJECT HSE PHASE:

The Project HSE plan outlines the safety requirements for the construction plans.

All activities on site shall be assessed for risk / hazard and appropriate guidance procedures
shall be prepared to minimize these risks.
It is the responsibility of all workers and members of the management to ensure safe
working practices. Any instances of unsafe operations shall be reported to management at
the earliest opportunity and appropriate action shall be taken.

13.0 PROTECTION:

All finished and semi finished works shall be adequately protected to prevent damages.

Sufficient manpower and equipment shall be employed to monitor and minimize the
damages to the material and to put across the material in a safe manner.

14.0 PROJECT CLOSING OUT AND DEMOBILIZATION:

It will be ensured that the works are completed including all aspects for the items / areas,
which are to be snagged.

Same zoning plan will be agreed for this package shall be followed for the snagging
procedure and the snag works shall be carried out as a whole by programming the works in
sequence for better co-ordination.

Engineer’s inspection and listing out of all snags shall be carried out as per specifications.
The completion program shall be offered with project manager.

The action list shall be prepared for all snags including required completion date and sent to
the concerned subcontractors, project engineers and site engineers etc.







De-snagging will be carried out as per agreed procedure for a sample area and engineer’s
approval shall be obtained. Based on this, de-snagging to other areas
Shall proceed and when completed for one area / local Area, engineer’s inspection shall be
arranged and final approval will be obtained.
Details of material method statement will be submitted during the actual work execution.
Reference: fino/PRJ/WRK02 – Procedure for Project Close-out.





fino HSE




Project Health, Safety & Environmental Policy

fino International is committed to a policy of safe working conditions and practices for all
persons employed at project sites. Therefore, all the necessary precautions are taken to
prevent adverse effects on its employees. All the information about the equipments and
the physical environment in which it operates, are communicated to all employees and
subcontractors by prominent display on the project sites.

It is the responsibility of all employees to understand their role in fulfilling this policy and
follow the safety instruction and guidelines for the overall safety and welfare of all.

























Health, Safety & Environment Management Plan

This document is primarily concerned with the fino International Policy for assuring health,
safety, and environment control. It stipulates basic requirements for HSE matters together
with the organizational responsibilities established to control them.
This HSE Plan is to be used in conjunction with Project Specific Health & Safety Procedure
which is level 2.

Management Commitment & Active Participation

fino International is totally committed to the safe operation of the project in accordance
with all contractual mandatory requirements and the local statutes.

We believe that leadership lays the foundation upon which, a solid safety program is built
and reflects management commitment in its implementation.

Effective leadership and program administration are vital to the success of safety, health
and environment - loss control program.
fino International HSE Policy is detailed below. This Policy will be displayed in offices and
prominent work places at sites and stores and in camp as applicable.

Informal safety inspections will be carried out by all levels of management during normal
site visits, with any concerns being communicated to the Site Supervisor at that time.

HSE Objectives

• fino International believes that pursuit of high standards of health, safety and a
positive approach towards protecting environment is an integral part of efficient
management in construction industry.

• The ultimate aim of the management is to have accident free projects. For
practical reasons, our current targets are: -

Target Frequency Rate = 1.5 LTA / 1 Million Man-hours
Target Severity Rate = 3 days lost / 1 Million Man-hours
Fatal Accidents =0
Near Misses = to report as many as possible and learn from
them




• All employees will be trained and made aware of the HSE requirements of the project
and mandatory requirements of the. The employees will participate in all mandatory
courses provided by the Client.

• HSE performance will be monitored throughout the project. The statistics will be
reviewed and efforts will be made towards continuous improvement. Monthly Safety
Reports will be submitted to the Client.

• All construction activities will be carried out using efficient and safe work practices –
clear construction plans, methods of work and safety guidelines.

• Hazard identification and risk assessment will be carried out on a regular basis
and necessary control measures will be implemented. Necessary posters on
related hazards will be displayed.

• All accidents and incidents will be investigated and reported to Management, and
where applicable, to the relevant government authorities.

• Management would welcome all constructive ideas and suggestions towards
improving HSE performance.

Identification of Hazards

 Routine inspections will be done with the aim of not only monitoring compliance with
safety requirements but to identify potential hazards and risks associated with the given
work. Suitable corrective actions will be taken either to eliminate the risk involved or to
effectively reduce to significantly low level.

 Employee suggestions and their perceptions of risks involved will be encouraged, which
would also motivate personnel to effectively participate in the safety effort and
identification of potential hazards. Such efforts by employees will be appreciated.

 All work will be reviewed to incorporate the best engineering practice along with all
safety measures to minimize the risks involved.

 Past safety performance will be reviewed and analyzed to pinpoint risks involved in
similar work and take effective remedial measures.

 A suitable reward scheme will be in place to reward alert employees who help avert an
accident by timely identification of hazard and taking effective corrective actions.




 Where a risk cannot be avoided*, due to the nature of work involved, the following
measures will be employed to control risks:

 Ensure safety procedures are in place and implemented
 Use of safe working facilities
 Encourage employee participation in safety initiatives (hazard identifications,
suggestions, better and safer method of working…. etc)
 Avoid or eliminate risk at source (do things in a better way, alternate methods)
 Contain risk by protective enclosure
 Reduce employee’s exposure to risk
 Use of Personal Protective Equipment
 Use of Preventive Maintenance
 Provision of properly lighted and ventilated work space
 Regular Reporting and continuous improvement in the safety systems

*Typical examples of situations where a risk cannot be avoided are working at
heights, working on a construction site!

 For major activities involving risks, a risk assessment will be done and actions planned to
mitigate the risks will be recorded.

















Operating Controls

General

 Site Operations will be carried out in full accordance with Safety Procedures,
applicable local laws and Regulations.

 Routine Interactions and meetings with Client Safety Engineer will be done to ensure
one – to one communication and understanding of Requirements. The Site Safety
Engineer as per Contract Requirements will record meetings on HSE matters.

 Weekly and Monthly Safety Returns will be submitted to / Main Contractor as per
Contract Requirements. Formats have been attached.

 Project Specific HSE Procedures as may be required will be developed to
complement this HSE plan.

 All employees are to take reasonable care to prevent injury to himself or others and
to co-operate fully to enable management to fulfill their legal obligations.

 Any employee failing to comply with the / Company rules & regulations will be
subjected to disciplinary action as decided by management.

 Compliance with the Company rules and regulations will be monitored as follows:-

 during routine / planned inspections
 during safety and health inspection tours
 during audits of the system
 during accident / incident investigation

Permit To Work System
 Permit to work system as implemented by the Client will be complied with. The
permit to work system will require that formal – written permission be obtained
before carrying out any non-routine work or work for the first time. Work will not
commence unless the work permit signed by relevant authorities is in place as
applicable.





 Any conditions / additional precautions mentioned by the issuing authority will
be strictly implemented.

 When work is completed, the site will be left in a clean tidy state and the
relevant permits to work will be signed off as completed.

Manpower Control and Competence
Skilled and experienced employees will be deployed for work thus ensuring safety,
quality, and efficiency of work. This will be further improved through employee
training, participation, and development.

 The Project Manager and Site Safety Engineer will ensure all new recruits /
personnel arriving on site are given Safety Induction Training to be conducted
by the Site Safety Engineer. The Safety Engineer on site will maintain a record of
such training on an individual basis.

 Periodic Safety Training will be given by Safety Engineers and foreman on safe
working practices and related topics. This will include basic survival ENGLISH
although related safety instructions will be explained in languages understood
by the workforce.

 All personnel on site without exception will attend / Project Managers sponsored
safety training / briefings / meetings.

Integrity of Systems / Units

 All construction equipment, tools, and accessories will be maintained and
controlled to ensure safe working and availability as required by construction site.

 A list of the equipment, tools, and accessories will be maintained current and these
will be regularly checked for their fitness and safety aspects. Any faulty items will be
quarantined and repaired. A preventive maintenance plan will be available.

 Pre-Use Equipment Inspection: Planned equipment checks are done to prevent
unscheduled downtime. Competent personnel who have been trained on the
equipment and who understand the importance of defect reporting perform these.
Any defects noted will be attended to immediately or a planned action will be
initiated as applicable.

 Lifting Equipment, operators, and accessories will be certified fit for use by Third
Party testing Agency. Approved colour coding will be implemented to indicate valid



certification of the lifting tackles and equipment. Copies of all TPI certificates will be
forwarded to

 Breakdown Maintenance is carried out as and when required and records are
maintained.

Occupational Health and Personnel Protection

Personnel Protective Equipment

 Personnel protection is essential to reduce human exposure to potential hazards
associated with work, which cannot be practicably controlled at source.

 All employees will wear the correct “personnel protective equipment” – PPE’s, at
all times. PPE include hard hats (helmets), safety shoes, safety goggles where
required, dust masks where required and other masks necessary for the
hazardous exposure.

 Worn out or defective PPE will be replaced immediately. Personnel who wilfully
disregard these regulations, or tamper with PPE to reduce its effectiveness will
be subjected to disciplinary action.

 Immediate supervisor and or Safety Engineer will instruct their personnel in the
correct application of PPE issued to them and will ensure that they are being
used.

 The safety engineer will conduct training in the use and fitting of PPE. The Safety
Engineer will keep training records. The Safety Engineer in co-ordination with
the Store Keeper will control issue.

 The Safety Engineer / Project Manager will ensure that stock of standard PPE
items and other safety equipment are ordered on time and in line with the
minimum / maximum levels set for each item.

Occupational Health

 All our employees have been medically tested and certified fit for work in the
UAE. Medical arrangements are in force with local hospitals / clinics for staff and
workmen. Sick employees are encouraged to visit the hospital for examination
and are given paid rest as required.




 First Aid Kits will be available on sites to take care of minor injuries – cuts and
bruises. Safety Engineer, Foremen, Site Engineer will be trained for basic first aid.
First Aiders will be identified on notice boards and known to workmen.

Occupational health hazards will be identified during audits and inspections. Where
a specific health hazard is identified, the safety department to assess the extent of
the hazard will perform a survey / review. The subsequent report will indicate the
measures necessary for substitution, elimination, dilution of the hazard and if
required, the P.P.E necessary to minimize employee exposure.

 For any hazardous operation, continuous safety watch, + pickup will be
continuously available for any possible emergency during the works.

 During summer work, sufficient water and rehydration fluid when necessary
will be supplied to reduce the risk of heat stress amongst personnel.

Toxic & Hazardous Substances – Control and Maintenance

 Hazardous materials will be stored, handled and identified to comply with the
precautions listed in the Material Safety data Sheets. Where applicable, local laws
will be adhered to.

 The personnel will be trained about the risks and the applicable emergency
procedures should there be an emergency.

 As far as possible, the personnel will be prevented from direct exposure, and where
economically not feasible, all efforts will be made to minimize the exposure levels.
This can be achieved by: -

 Substituting a less hazardous substance
 Controlling hazards by limiting the release of dusts, and emissions.
 Enclosing the hazardous substances
 Providing exhaust ventilation
 Providing appropriate Personnel and Protective Equipment
 Providing continuous training
 Increasing employee awareness of the potential hazards

 Each supervisor will give to those employees who handle hazardous materials, such
information, and instructions as are contained in the material safety data sheets and
ensure that proper PPE is supplied prior to starting work.




 Consideration will be given to measures for safely drawing out the fumes / exposure
levels by blowers / exhaust fans as required.

Environmental Protection

General

 fino International is committed to always minimize the adverse impact of the
Construction operations on the environment by ensuring that appropriate and
applicable environmental protection controls are taken.

 The Site Safety Engineer and Project Manager will ensure that the impact of
their operations on the environment are assessed and minimized and that
adequate arrangements are in place to deal with potential environment
pollution as applicable and agreed in the Contract conditions.

 All projects performed on installations will conform to the environmental
standards laid down by the Client and the Government.

 Each supervisor and foreman will hold on a regular basis a toolbox talk with his
workforce to communicate the task instructions to the employee.

Disposal of Waste and Hazardous Material

 All waste will be identified, segregated, handled, and disposed off at locations
provided and approved by the Clients Project Manager and the relevant authorities
and in accordance with the prevalent Hazardous Waste Management Procedure of
the Client as applicable for this project.

 Consideration will also be given to the following -
 Material safety data sheet / acceptable practice
 Municipality regulations or directives

 Non Hazardous waste generated from work related activities will be disposed off
locally at approved locations after obtaining necessary approval and confirmation
from authorities.




 Site Management will enhance awareness amongst personnel to minimize
generation of waste on site and subsequent handling.

Housekeeping / Tidiness

 fino International firmly believes that a well-kept site promotes safety by
minimizing hazards associated with an untidy site. Housekeeping and segregating
waste on a continuous basis would help minimize impact of works on the
environment. Cleanliness and orderliness will also ensure a more conducive and
safer environment for working.

 Paramount importance will be given to site housekeeping and tidiness. Safety
Engineer will carry out a monthly inspection. Housekeeping Rating form enclosed.

 Housekeeping within all work areas will be ensured by each supervisor. Sites will be
kept neat and tidy on a continuous basis to be monitored by Safety Engineer during
his daily rounds.

Crisis Management / Emergency Procedures

This section provides general guidance for handling emergency situations on the project
site.

Specific Emergency procedure of this contract will be implemented and will take
precedence over this section.

 Telephone numbers of Civil Defence-Fire Safety, Police, and Ambulance together
with Safety Engineer, the Client, Project Managers, Consultants, and Project
Manager will be available at prominent locations.

 Emergency plans and procedures will include a sequence of steps to be taken in
case of a fire breakout, electrocution or a fall or due to confined space
inhalation of hazardous fumes.

 Generally, the exit routes will be identified on drawings, assembly points will be
marked, and all employees will be advised to assemble at these points following
orderly evacuation. A head count will be taken to ensure all workmen are
accounted for.




 In case of injuries, first priority will be given to attend to the victim, administer
first aid and rush to hospital if necessary, while the second level of activity will
include to inform Representative / Project Managers / and the authorities as
per the Labour Law.

 Such emergency procedures will be submitted for approval on award of
contract.

Emergency Procedures:

1. In Case of An Accident During the Day Time (7.00 AM To 7.00 PM)

a) In case of emergency, call Fire – 999, Police – 99 – Medical – 1999.

b) fino International Security guard to note down the message and location of
the caller and location of emergency.

fino International Security guards to transmit the message through
Radio Control to the Mobile Patrol and to their supervisor.

c) fino International Security to inform the designated Safety Engineer to
proceed to the emergency location.

d) fino International Security to inform the Consultant's Safety Manager
and site superintendents of emergency situation.

e) Ambulance on reaching the emergency spot will attend to the emergency
either on the location or in the first aid centre and will take to the Central
Hospital depending on the severity of the incident.

f) All clear message to the mobile patrol.

g) End of procedure.

2. In Case of an Accident During the Night Time (7.00 PM to 7.00 AM)

a) In case of emergency, call Fire – 999, Police – 999, Medical – 999,

b) fino International Security guard to note down the message and
location of the caller and location of emergency.




c) fino International Security guards to transmit the message through Radio
Control to the Mobile Patrol and to their supervisor.

d) fino International Security to inform the designated Safety Engineer for that
concerned Package Contractor. The Package Safety Engineer to proceed to
the emergency location.

e) fino International Security to inform the Consultant's Construction
Manager, Safety Manager and Site superintendents.
f) Ambulance on reaching the gate (number to be determined) fino
International Security shall accompany the Police / Ambulance to the
emergency spot to carry out rescue operation.

g) All clear message to the mobile patrol.

h) End of procedure.

It will be the responsibility of the site management team to review and ensure awareness
of emergency procedures among all the site personnel. Emergency procedures will be
developed during construction.

Suitable training will be provided to all project personnel during various stages in the
project.

Necessary posters and boards will be put up at prominent places, and all assembly areas
will be suitably identified.
It is also the responsibility of the all employees to continually familiarize themselves with
the assembly procedures for their relevant areas of work.

The management is committed to the principle of safe working and desires that, on no
account, should any person ever put himself to risk.

o Emergency Plans: -
 All actions will be coordinated with the overall emergency plan
operated by the Client. All emergency telephone numbers and
contact names will be available. Project specific emergency plans as
required by contract will be submitted.
 A combination of warning lights and alarm sirens s appropriate will
be used in case of:-
 Major Fire or an Explosion
 Major transport accident / spill of flammable liquid



 Major equipment accident
 Entrapment of personnel
o Subsequent actions as listed below will be taken either as an instruction
from the safety warden and / or the site Safety Engineer.

 Close all plant and equipment, if safe
 Stop all work and report to the nearest evacuation area / assembly
area and await further instructions
 Stop all equipment and vehicles safely
 Contact the Safety Engineer and relay message to Company Safety
Engineer
 Ensure all personnel are aware of the emergency

o In an emergency all personnel will proceed in an orderly manner to the
nearest safe assembly point.

Normal work will be resumed only after the all-clear signal is received from the Client.
Work permits may need to be re-issued following the emergency. As such, the
supervisors will make all arrangements to meet the concerned authorities.

o For missing personnel, a rescue team will be formed in consultation with the
Client and depending upon the type and status of emergency, all efforts will
be made to rescue the missing personnel.

o Fire Fighting: - In case of a fire, after the alarm has been sounded, and the
Emergency Services have been called for, all efforts will be made to put
out the fire by the proper use of fire extinguishers, fire hydrants, hoses, etc
until more professional help comes by. Fire Extinguishers will be available
onsite at strategic locations near stores, lay down area, and electrical
distribution points. Same will be ensured for the camp.

o Any Information being relayed about an emergency, will be clear and precise
giving the exact location, the nature of the emergency, the seriousness of
the emergency and contact numbers and names.

o Emergency drills will be conducted on site periodically to determine
readiness and effectiveness of existing plans, and these will be properly
recorded. Any observations / improvements suggested for better response,
these would be implemented and recorded.




o Consideration will be given to supply of walkie-talkie / mobiles to key
personnel to ensure proper communications and immediate responses in an
emergency. Key telephone numbers will also be provided to relevant
personnel to contact in an emergency. This activity is to be planned and
implemented by the Site Safety Engineer / Officer.

Accident / Incident Investigation and Analysis

a. The objective is to reduce the frequency of accidents and incidents by
applying the knowledge learnt from effective investigation, reporting, and
analysis of past accidents data.

b. On being informed of or witnessing an Accident/Incident, the concerned
Supervisor, / Foreman will give priority for first aid and medical care for
victims if any. Any hazardous situation still existing and known to supervisor
/ Safety Engineer will be eliminated.

c. The Project Manager / Site Safety Engineer will be informed immediately. All
accidents / near miss incidents are to be reported to Safety Representative
within 24 hours. Oral information will be given soonest after attending to
victims if any.

d. Reports made will contain factual evidence and statements.
Misrepresentation of facts is regarded as a serious breach of Company rules
and regulations. All accidents /incidents will be reported to The Client as per
the Accident / Incident Reporting Procedure outlined in this section. Any
specific procedure being enforced by will be implemented.

e. The Site Safety Engineer / Project Manager will investigate any serious
accident and if necessary prepare a separate report.

f. Normal accidents/ incidents will be investigated by the Site Safety Engineer
or his designate.

g. Accident / Incident Investigation Report will be used for reporting accidents.
A register will be maintained and periodically, an analysis will be made on
the accidents data available.

h. Monthly safety returns will be prepared by the site Safety Engineer, signed
by the Project Manager, and forwarded to the General Manager within the
first week of every month.




i. The following formulae will be used to calculate statistical safety
performance.

Frequency rate = No. of LTA* X 1,000,000
Total Man-hours Worked

Severity Rate = Total Days Lost X 1,000,000
Total Man-hours Worked
* Where LTA = Lost time Accidents. Any accident causing loss of time more than a day is a
lost time accident.

j. Incidents are potential accidents and lessons should be learnt form such
incidents – As a minimum, all accidents, and near miss incidents will be
discussed in the group meetings and toolbox meetings to emphasize lessons
learnt and prevent recurrence.

Communication and Promotion

Clear and proper communication through all levels on site is essential to promote HSE
awareness and implementation by either verbal or written communications or by
visual mediums like posters.

o Personnel Communications
Personnel communications are the one to one exchange of information between
people and are absolutely essential to enhance individual performance through
personnel communication between supervisors and their staff.

o Task Instructions
The site supervisor is responsible for ensuring that proper instructions on how to
do each new or differing job are given to employees in his area of responsibility,
prior to commencement of the job. Specific precautions for a given activity are
mentioned during the weekly toolbox meetings.

o Tool Box Meetings
Supervisors and foremen will conduct on a daily a toolbox meeting for the site
personnel. Toolbox meetings may be performed in conjunction with the site Safety
Engineer. Records of attendees for any specialized toolbox talks will be kept and
forwarded to the safety department for record purposes.




o Group Meetings
The group meetings further ensure that safety, health, and environment topics are
discussing during Management, Department, and Site Meetings. Accidents, Near

Miss Incidents, and the subsequent corrective and preventive actions taken. The
Project Manager and / or the Safety Engineer will conduct group meetings every
month. Copy of minutes will be forwarded to the Client.

o Safety Posters
Wherever applicable and convenient, Safety Posters will be used to make
employees aware of Hazards and the correct Safety Practices. Bulletin Boards at
prominent places will be placed and will contain pertinent information on HSE
matters.

o HSE Motivation / Safety Awards
The Site Supervisor along with the Safety Engineer will assess and nominate the
Safety Man of the Month. This award scheme is used to motivate people to work
safely every time. A certificate of commendation will be given together with cash
incentive as agreed by management.

o HSE System Evaluation and Audit
Hazard and loss potentials will be identified by conducting a program of
planned inspections and to reaffirm adequacy and effectiveness of planned
HSE system for the project

o Planned General Safety Inspections
The Site Safety Engineer / Safety Inspectors will perform planned General Safety
inspections monthly. The inspection will check for hazards and unsafe practices or
conditions and this will be recorded on ‘Planned General Inspection Report’. Any
safety hazards, which could not be corrected at the time of the inspection, will be
notified to the Project Manager / Site Engineer for further action.

o HSE Audits
The HSE Management Representative / Other Safety Engineers and or Quality
Manager will conduct a full safety system compliance audit on the site as per the
attached HSE Audit Schedule. The audit report will clearly indicate compliance or
non-compliance of the system and whether the system has been effective. Copy
of report will be forwarded to the Client.






o Inspection Tours

The HSE Management Representative, the Project Manager, and the Site Safety
Engineer conduct inspection tours / Officers at a frequency indicated below.

o HSE system review
The management will review the HSE Management System every six months to
ensure the planned system is effective and is being complied with.

The HSE procedures, relevant to site operations will be reviewed by the Safety
Engineer as and when necessary, but not less than once a year.

Changes are made following approval by management on proposed changes and as
part of corrective actions following Client / Third Party audits on the HSE system
and recommendations from the Client.
9 Fino Commitment
fino commitments:
 Innovating and developing new and improved products and processes that
enhance our customers' sustainability;
 Maximizing opportunities for diverse businesses wherever we operate
in the world.
 Fostering a culture that promotes the economic and sustainable
development of diverse business enterprises and the global communities
in which we operate.
 Operating responsibly with respect to the environment, health and safety,
and efficient use of resources;
 Monitoring, measuring, reporting and improving our performance
continuously.
 Building partnerships with suppliers to deliver added value and
exceptional service to our customers, as well as to improve our
business performance and that of our suppliers.
fino commitments – Cont’d…
International is committed to executing all projects awarded using the highest
standards in the industry. It is dedicated to introducing the latest and most
advanced techniques in:
 Wood Works
 Joinery
 Furniture
 Soft Furnishing
 Doors
 Wardrobes
 Kitchens
 Marble, mosaic, stone processing, cutting,
polishing and installation
 Architectural Metal Work, Wrought Iron and Casting
 Paint and special finishes
 Gypsum and false ceilings
.
10 The Future
As a part of our commitment to the construction industry and our vision to become one
of the leaders in our field in Executing turnkey, interiors projects, fino International
presents fino-Parkway Group.
fino-Parkway Group have established Decoform our specialist company to manufacture
and install GRC, GRP and GRG products. The company has more than 150 skilled work
force specialized in Architectural moulds industry. In addition, parkway has established
parkway batch plant
The Future of fino International is to expand into the GCC, Middle East and north Africa
in the next few years …
The Future:
The Futre (Cont'd…)
fino Int'l -
Abu Dhabi
fino
Arabia
fino Int'l -
Qatar
fino
Asia
fino
Europe
fino
America
fino International
Dubai

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