A2Z Maintenance & Engineering Services Limited provides engineering, procurement, construction, and facility management services in India and internationally. It operates through Engineering Service, Power Generation Projects, and Others segments. The company builds approximately 26,500 kilometers of distribution lines and infrastructure up to 33 kV class for various power distribution utilities in India; and transmission lines of various capacities in Jammu and Kashmir, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, and Karnataka. It is also involved in the design, engineering, erection, testing, and commissioning of substations; installation of capacitors and reconfiguration of feeder lines and distribution transformers; urban group and rural electrification projects; and installation of overhead traction systems and supportive catanary systems, as well as develops IT applications for the power sector. In addition, the company’s facility management services comprise engineering maintenance, energy saving solutions, janitorial services, parking management, property lease management, telecommunications tower maintenance, and railways and security services for the public and private sector customers. Further, it is engaged in the collection, transportation, processing, disposal, and treatment of municipal solid waste; generation of power from renewable energy sources, such as biomass and fuel derived from waste; system integration services, provision of ERP implementation, and solid and water waste management; rental and leasing of properties; and trading of goods. The company was founded in 2002 and is based in Gurgaon, India.
a2z maintenance and engineer
Phone: 91 12 4451 7600
Fax: 91 12 4438 0014www.a2zgroup.co.in
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