MPH works with the best in the railway transportation industry on projects in the Middle East, The American subcontinent, Europe, and Asia.
Some of the current projects in the Middle East are in the UAE, Qatar and Saudi Arabia. The Doha Metro project, which became operational in 2019, has three lines and covers over 75 kms with 37 stations. MPH was involved in all organizational levels of the project, including mobilizing experts from different fields to support the project, including fields such as BIM, and AutoCAD, testing, commissioning, logistics and warehouse, installation activities and telecommunications. MPH also assisted in mobilizing multiple engineers, technicians, installation supervisors, HSE and other procurement managers, leading to over 250 people being mobilized for the same.
MPH was also involved in providing manpower for the Dubai R2020 Project, where we offered assistance in HSE, Testing and Commissioning Engineers/Technicians, System/IVVQ Engineers, Installation, and Procurement. MPH mobilized over 180 consultants in Qatar.
Our other vital project includes the Etihad Railway Network Stage 2. The Etihad Rail Network comprises a proposed railway network, which will link freight facilities and passenger stations, and form a part of the planned Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) railway network. It will run from the Saudi Arabian border at Ghweifat in the west, to the Northern Emirates and the East coast. There will also be a line running from Abu Dhabi to Al Ain, with an intended connection into the Sultanate of Oman. As of now, the Etihad Rail network is planned to be developed in four main stages. The network when complete will be approximately 1,200 km.
MPH was involved in the talent sourcing and market scouting process to provide engineers and manpower resources for electrical commissioning services for the project.
MPH has been leading in providing skilled and specialized talent to its clients in this sector in Saudi Arabia, UAE, Qatar, Malaysia, Singapore, Egypt and even in the established markets of France and Italy.