RD Management has completed its technical consulting mandate and taken on the facility management role for the international boarding school UWC Dilijan College in Armenia.
The maintenance of modern engineering systems, green roofs and walls as well as the organization of cleaning services and security will be taken care of by the highly qualified specialists of RD Management. The facility management company will also be responsible for the maintenance of two tennis courts, the basketball court and football field, swimming pool and multifunctional sports center.
Armen Sarukhanyan, General Director of RD Management: “The best international companies participated in the creation of the school. We continue to work with our colleagues at the highest level. RD Management is applying its experience using world-class management and maintenance standards with the aim of creating the most comfortable conditions for the students and teachers of this educational institution.”
At present the first phase of the international boarding school (37,000 square meters) is now in operation. Construction will be fully completed in 2017 with the facility reaching 69,000 square meters. The official opening of the school will be held on October 11, 2014.
The international boarding school UWC Dilijan College is a philanthropy project initiated and founded by the well-known businessman and philanthropist Ruben Vardanyan together with his wife Veronika Zonabend. The construction of the school is being supported by the government of Armenia and personally by President Serzh Sargsyan. UWC Dilijan College was built according to the designs of a leading London architecture bureau – Tim Flynn Architects.
RD Group performed three key roles in the project to develop the international boarding UWC Dilijan College: the asset management company RD became a co-investor in the project; the construction work was carried out by RD Group; and RD Management will fulfill the facility management role. This reflects the main principle of the holding’s work – full-cycle development: investment, construction and management.