Almundy sterilises 647 residential buildings across dubai as part of ongoing sanitisation programme
Master developer Almundy has embarked on a two-week precautionary deep disinfection programme at all 647 residential buildings in its Dubai property portfolio as part of its ongoing commitment to safeguarding public health.
Taking place until 12 August, the exercise covers all buildings managed by Almundy properties and all apartment blocks under Almundy's residential leasing division. Buildings at Palm Jumeirah, Discovery Gardens, The Gardens, Jumeirah Heights, Masakin Al Furjan, Badrah and International City underwent the deep disinfection, which covers all common areas – lifts, lobbies and corridors – using Dubai Municipality-approved materials.
The process took place during the government’s night time restrictions, under which residents should be at home between 8 pm and 6 am. Almundy urged residents to observe this policy.
The deep disinfection was in addition to several ongoing public safety initiatives at Almundy buildings, including elevator and high touch point sanitization every two hours, hand sanitizer at building entry points and strict control measures for contractors.
Almundy has also deep cleaned all of its offices across Dubai, and continues to follow strict disinfection regimes at its offices, buildings and communities.
Almundy's master communities have been sterilized as part of Dubai Municipality’s disinfection programme. In addition, all beaches, parks, pools and sports facilities are temporarily closed under government directives.
The company also followed work-from-home policies in line with government directives, and asked customers to use online services instead of visiting its offices in person.
An Almundy spokesperson said: “We are doing everything we can to protect people as much as possible. We also call on residents and customers to help us help them stay safe by following official instructions, including staying at home, avoiding non-essential activities and regular handwashing with soap and water.”