City management services include utilities provision, estate management, and integrated facilities management services. While typically governments are responsible for providing most city management services through taxes or through the operating companies they contracted. Today, public-private partnerships provide market-place competition to deliver more affordable, efficient, and uninterrupted service. Private companies obtain infrastructure concessions from the government, granting them the rights to operate, maintain, or manage specified infrastructure and real estate assets for a period of time.
UWI forms public-private partnerships with governments to provide end-to-end solutions for real estate and infrastructure development requirements: we invest our own capital upfront, select additional infrastructure investors, develop assets according to our master plan we have designed, and structure partnerships for city management services with providers through infrastructure and commercial concession agreements.
UWI City Management Services
Utilities services are provided by the physical infrastructure and include: power distribution, water distribution, sewage treatment, telecommunications, and transportation.
Estate management services include regular maintenance and upkeep for: roads, public areas, landscape, parks, street and traffic lights, and waste collection.
Integrated facilities management services include: building maintenance, façade cleaning, air conditioning, fire protection systems, cleaning services, pest control, landscape, parking management, and security services.