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Concordia Fit Out Dubai


We are a registered contractor in the Jumeirah Lakes Towers (JLT) area and have been working with Dubai Multi Commodities Centre (DMCC) and Concordia for a long time. Concordia is responsible for checking and approving all the contractors and fit-out projects in the JLT area. As a policy, Concordia requires all the contractors to have health and safety certificates and adequate insurances in place before starting any project in their zone. It also requests contractors to provide a detailed letter of undertaking and fit-out deposit to secure individual projects. We have all the permits, documentation, and safety and security induction training required to start any project in the DMCC–Concordia zone.

Requirements to be a DMCC-Concordia Certified Contractor:

  • Pre-Qualification certificates from Dubai Municipality (showing approved contractor)

  • Qualified civil and MEP engineers

  • Valid trade license

  • Deposit

  • Letter of undertaking

  • Safety induction courses from Concordia

  • Contractors’ all risks insurance

  • Workmen’s compensation insurance

  • First aid wardens

  • Fire wardens

  • Scaffolding safety wardens

Concordia  Fit Out - Approval Process:

  • Application submissions are made manually at the Concordia JLT office, with the admin team who check the documents and drawings before submitting it to their engineering team. The initial submission may take up to five working days to be clarified and confirmed.

  • Once the drawings are approved, we’ll prepare for a COC inspection which checks the common areas and site to ensure that proper health, safety, and protection procedures are in place. This process to get fit-out permits can take up to seven working days.

  • Once all the work has been completed, we’ll then file for a final inspection which may take up to two working days. The fit-out completion certificates will be released on the same day as the inspection.

Documents and Drawings Required for Concordia Fit-Out Approvals:

  • Copy of the DMCC trade license (client and contractor)

  • Tenancy contracts

  • NOC from building owner/real estate/management

  • Final approvals from DEWA and Dubai Civil Defense

  • All relevant authority certificates

  • Contractors’ all risks insurance

  • Workmen’s compensation insurance

  • Letters of undertaking

  • Title deeds

  • Scope of work

  • Health and safety certificates

  • DMCC ID cards for contractor

  • Existing and proposed drawings

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