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United Building Company K.S.C.C (UBC) is a pioneer contractor in the State of Kuwait specialized in the construction and contracting industry. Classified as a “first” grade contracting company since 1984, UBC has a long track record with several landmark projects in Kuwait. Currently, UBC has various projects under construction valued at approximately KD 240 million.

In 2017, UBC’s operations have significantly expanded and have successfully acquired 40% of Insha’a Holding, a company specialized in manufacturing building materials to support such expansion.

UBC has been awarded various contracting projects from both the public and private sectors such as the Ministry of Health, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Public Works, Kuwait University, Public Authority for Housing Welfare, EPSCO Kuwait, Mena Homes Real Estate Company, and Sheikh Salem Al-Humoud Al Salem Al Sabah.

The projects under management are Fahaheel Medical Center, Sheikha Salwa Al-Sabah Center for Stem Cell and Umbilical Cord, Public Prosecution Headquarters, EPW & BOT Headquarters, General Department of Experts Headquarters, Multilevel Car Park Building in Kuwait University Khaldiya Campus, Central Utility Plant-3 in Sabah Al-Salem Kuwait University City, Public Buildings in Sabah Al-Ahmed City – Area C.

In 2018, UBC commenced additional projects under its management to include West Abdullah Al-Mubarak Area for KD 33 million, Tire Recycling Plant in Salmi Area, as well as Hessah AlMubarak District developments including Hessah Towers, Grand Sea Tower and Grand Park Tower. UBC also signed a contract for KD 75 million with the Public Authority for Housing Welfare for the construction, completion, and maintenance of 40 residential buildings and infrastructure works for the investment suburb of Sabah Al Ahmed City.

UBC has created a new logistics division as a supporting arm to optimize company standards of business process and construction projects. In addition, the paid-up capital has increased from KD 2.5 Million to KD 10 Million and the issued capital has increased to KD 15 Million as stipulated by the Central Agency for Public Tenders to leverage UBC’s financial support to enter into larger tenders aside from the current projects.

For further information, please visit: www.ubc-kw.com