Berkeley & Lords Developers

Our emphasis on innovative technologies has assured us a leading role as a reliable solution provider to the construction and related industries.

Berkeley & Lords Developers is a premier construction company specializing in residential and commercial projects. With over 20 years of industry experience, we have built a solid reputation for delivering high-quality construction services tailored to meet our clients’ needs. Our team of skilled professionals is dedicated to ensuring that each project is completed on time, within budget, and to the highest standards of craftsmanship. From concept to completion, Berkeley & Lords Developers is committed to excellence, integrity, and customer satisfaction. Whether you’re looking to build your dream home or develop a commercial property, trust Berkeley & Lords Developers to bring your vision to life.

Why Berkeley & Lords Developers?
Managing a construction project when you count on a supplier can be a headache, but we are here to help!
When you have all the information you need to complete your construction project on time, on budget, and design, construction can be about building, once again.

"Providing Innovative Solutions to the Construction Process"

Vision:

We are operated by experienced experts of all types of construction, so it is our vision to provide the highest level of service and supplies. We are dedicated to bringing our customers quality construction related supplies and resources at fair, competitive prices.

Mission:

Our mission to put our customers first while ensuring repeat business and customer referrals in the future. We achieve our mission through our genuine dedication to the four core principles of our business:
• Ensure Complete Customer Satisfaction
• Respond and Deliver On-time, Every Time
• Pay Close Attention to Customer Project and Product Details
• Maintain a Service-Minded Attitude at All Times

Philosophy:

We provide reliable service and quality products, with genuine dedication to our customers. We know a thing or two about service – all founding members are veterans and have a sincere interest in the integrity of our relationships. That’s why our long-standing customers always make us their first choice in construction design, supply, install & advice services. Our philosophy means we practice long-standing virtues in the course of conducting business with customers, suppliers, associates, and others Professionalism, Integrity, Honesty, and Fairness.

Architecture & Design

Architecture and design encompass a wide range of disciplines, including architectural design, interior design, urban planning, landscape architecture, industrial design, and more. Here’s a brief overview of each:

Architectural Design: This involves the planning, designing, and construction of buildings and structures. Architects work on various scales, from individual homes to large commercial complexes, considering factors such as aesthetics, functionality, sustainability, and safety.

Interior Design: Interior designers focus on the interior spaces of buildings, such as homes, offices, retail stores, and restaurants. They are concerned with optimizing the functionality and aesthetics of interior environments, including furniture selection, lighting, color schemes, and spatial arrangements.

Urban Planning: Urban planners are involved in designing and organizing cities and communities to accommodate population growth, improve quality of life, and ensure sustainable development. They consider factors such as land use, transportation systems, infrastructure, and zoning regulations.

Landscape Architecture: Landscape architects design outdoor spaces such as parks, gardens, campuses, and urban plazas. They integrate natural and built elements to create aesthetically pleasing and functional outdoor environments that promote environmental sustainability and human well-being.

Industrial Design: Industrial designers focus on the design and development of products, ranging from consumer electronics and furniture to automobiles and medical devices. They consider factors such as usability, ergonomics, materials, manufacturing processes, and market appeal.

Graphic Design: Graphic designers create visual communication materials such as logos, advertisements, websites, and packaging. They combine typography, imagery, and layout principles to convey messages effectively and attractively.

Fashion Design: Fashion designers create clothing, footwear, and accessories, often drawing inspiration from cultural trends, historical styles, and personal creativity. They are involved in every stage of the design process, from conceptualization and sketching to pattern-making and production.

Sustainable Design: Sustainable designers focus on creating products, buildings, and environments that minimize negative environmental impacts and promote social responsibility. They integrate principles of energy efficiency, resource conservation, and environmental stewardship into their designs.

Build & Construction

Building and construction are integral parts of the architecture and design process, involving the actual realization of architectural designs and plans. Here’s an overview of the key aspects:

Project Planning: Before construction begins, extensive planning is required. This includes site analysis, feasibility studies, obtaining permits and approvals, budgeting, and scheduling. Architects, engineers, and project managers collaborate during this phase to ensure that the project’s goals are clearly defined and achievable.

Site Preparation: Site preparation involves clearing the land, grading the terrain, and preparing the foundation for construction. This phase also includes utility connections such as water, electricity, and sewage systems.

Foundation Construction: The foundation is the base upon which the entire structure rests. Depending on the site conditions and building requirements, foundations can be shallow (such as strip or pad foundations) or deep (such as pile or caisson foundations). Proper foundation construction is essential for the stability and durability of the building.

Structural Framework: Once the foundation is in place, the structural framework of the building is erected. This typically involves assembling the structural components such as columns, beams, walls, and floors according to the architectural and engineering drawings.

Enclosure: With the structural framework in place, the building is enclosed to provide protection from the elements. This includes installing exterior walls, roofs, windows, and doors. Proper insulation and weatherproofing are essential to ensure energy efficiency and occupant comfort.

Interior Finishes: After the building is enclosed, interior finishes are applied to create functional and aesthetically pleasing spaces. This includes interior walls, flooring, ceilings, cabinetry, and fixtures. Interior designers often collaborate with architects and contractors to select materials and finishes that complement the overall design concept.

Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing (MEP) Systems: MEP systems are essential for the functioning of modern buildings. This includes installing heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems, electrical wiring and lighting, plumbing fixtures, and fire protection systems. Coordination between different trades is crucial to ensure that MEP systems are properly integrated and installed.

Exterior Landscaping and Site Development: Once the building is complete, exterior landscaping and site development help integrate the structure into its surroundings. This may involve planting trees and shrubs, installing hardscape features such as walkways and patios, and creating outdoor recreational spaces.

Quality Assurance and Inspection: Throughout the construction process, quality assurance measures are implemented to ensure that the work meets industry standards and regulatory requirements. Inspections are conducted at various stages to identify and address any defects or deficiencies promptly.

Handover and Occupancy: Upon completion of construction, the building is handed over to the owner or client. This may involve final inspections, testing of systems, and documentation of warranties and maintenance procedures. Once approved for occupancy, the building is ready to be used for its intended purpose.

Maintenence

Preventive Maintenance: This involves regular inspections, servicing, and repairs to identify and address potential issues before they escalate into larger problems. Tasks may include routine checks of building systems (HVAC, plumbing, electrical), cleaning and lubricating equipment, and replacing worn-out components.

Scheduled Maintenance: Certain maintenance tasks are scheduled based on manufacturer recommendations, usage patterns, and seasonal considerations. Examples include changing air filters, inspecting and servicing HVAC equipment, testing fire alarms and extinguishers, and conducting roof inspections and repairs.

Emergency Maintenance: Urgent repairs and maintenance tasks are often necessary to address unexpected failures, safety hazards, or environmental emergencies. Building managers should have protocols in place to respond promptly to emergencies such as power outages, water leaks, gas leaks, and structural damage.

Exterior Maintenance: Exterior maintenance tasks are essential for protecting buildings from weather damage and preserving their curb appeal. This includes regular cleaning of facades, windows, and gutters; repainting or sealing surfaces; repairing or replacing damaged siding or roofing materials; and maintaining landscaping features.

Interior Maintenance: Interior maintenance focuses on preserving the functionality, cleanliness, and aesthetics of interior spaces. Tasks may include repairing or replacing flooring, walls, and ceilings; servicing and calibrating building systems (elevators, security systems); addressing plumbing leaks and drainage issues; and ensuring proper ventilation and indoor air quality.

Safety and Compliance Inspections: Regular safety inspections are necessary to identify and address potential hazards and ensure compliance with building codes, regulations, and industry standards. This includes inspecting fire suppression systems, emergency exits, stairwells, electrical systems, and other safety-critical components.

Energy Efficiency Upgrades: Building maintenance efforts increasingly include initiatives to improve energy efficiency and sustainability. This may involve retrofitting lighting systems with energy-efficient LEDs, upgrading HVAC equipment to more efficient models, installing programmable thermostats, and implementing water-saving measures.

Tenant or Occupant Services: In multi-tenant buildings, property managers may provide additional maintenance services to tenants, such as responding to maintenance requests, coordinating repairs, and managing common areas and amenities.

Documentation and Record-Keeping: Maintaining accurate records of maintenance activities, repairs, inspections, and warranties is essential for tracking building performance, ensuring accountability, and facilitating future maintenance planning and budgeting.

Build & Construction

Building and construction are integral parts of the architecture and design process, involving the actual realization of architectural designs and plans. Here’s an overview of the key aspects:

Project Planning: Before construction begins, extensive planning is required. This includes site analysis, feasibility studies, obtaining permits and approvals, budgeting, and scheduling. Architects, engineers, and project managers collaborate during this phase to ensure that the project’s goals are clearly defined and achievable.

Site Preparation: Site preparation involves clearing the land, grading the terrain, and preparing the foundation for construction. This phase also includes utility connections such as water, electricity, and sewage systems.

Foundation Construction: The foundation is the base upon which the entire structure rests. Depending on the site conditions and building requirements, foundations can be shallow (such as strip or pad foundations) or deep (such as pile or caisson foundations). Proper foundation construction is essential for the stability and durability of the building.

Structural Framework: Once the foundation is in place, the structural framework of the building is erected. This typically involves assembling the structural components such as columns, beams, walls, and floors according to the architectural and engineering drawings.

Enclosure: With the structural framework in place, the building is enclosed to provide protection from the elements. This includes installing exterior walls, roofs, windows, and doors. Proper insulation and weatherproofing are essential to ensure energy efficiency and occupant comfort.

Interior Finishes: After the building is enclosed, interior finishes are applied to create functional and aesthetically pleasing spaces. This includes interior walls, flooring, ceilings, cabinetry, and fixtures. Interior designers often collaborate with architects and contractors to select materials and finishes that complement the overall design concept.

Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing (MEP) Systems: MEP systems are essential for the functioning of modern buildings. This includes installing heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems, electrical wiring and lighting, plumbing fixtures, and fire protection systems. Coordination between different trades is crucial to ensure that MEP systems are properly integrated and installed.

Exterior Landscaping and Site Development: Once the building is complete, exterior landscaping and site development help integrate the structure into its surroundings. This may involve planting trees and shrubs, installing hardscape features such as walkways and patios, and creating outdoor recreational spaces.

Quality Assurance and Inspection: Throughout the construction process, quality assurance measures are implemented to ensure that the work meets industry standards and regulatory requirements. Inspections are conducted at various stages to identify and address any defects or deficiencies promptly.

Handover and Occupancy: Upon completion of construction, the building is handed over to the owner or client. This may involve final inspections, testing of systems, and documentation of warranties and maintenance procedures. Once approved for occupancy, the building is ready to be used for its intended purpose.

Building Materials

Building materials are fundamental components used in the construction of buildings and infrastructure. They encompass a wide range of substances, each with unique properties and applications. Here are some common types of building materials:

Concrete: Concrete is one of the most widely used building materials, composed of cement, aggregate (such as sand or gravel), and water. It is versatile, durable, and adaptable to various construction applications, including foundations, walls, floors, and pavements.

Bricks: Bricks are masonry units typically made from clay, shale, or concrete materials. They are used for building walls, partitions, and facades due to their strength, fire resistance, and aesthetic appeal. Different types of bricks include clay bricks, concrete bricks, and firebricks.

Wood: Wood is a natural building material prized for its versatility, warmth, and aesthetic qualities. It is used for structural framing, flooring, cladding, doors, windows, and interior finishes. Common types of wood used in construction include softwoods (such as pine and cedar) and hardwoods (such as oak and maple).

Steel: Steel is a strong and durable metal alloy commonly used in structural frameworks, beams, columns, and reinforcements. It offers high strength-to-weight ratio, making it ideal for large-span structures and high-rise buildings. Steel is also used for roofing, cladding, and interior finishes.

Glass: Glass is a transparent material used for windows, doors, skylights, and curtain walls in buildings. It allows natural light to enter interior spaces, enhances visual connections, and contributes to energy efficiency. Different types of glass include float glass, tempered glass, laminated glass, and insulated glass.

Plastics: Plastics are synthetic polymers with a wide range of applications in construction. They are used for piping, insulation, roofing membranes, waterproofing materials, and decorative finishes. Common types of plastics used in construction include polyvinyl chloride (PVC), polyethylene, and polycarbonate.

Stone: Natural stone, such as granite, marble, limestone, and sandstone, is used for building facades, cladding, flooring, and decorative elements. It offers durability, weather resistance, and aesthetic appeal, albeit at a higher cost compared to other materials.

Asphalt: Asphalt is a mixture of bitumen and aggregate used primarily for paving roads, driveways, and parking lots. It provides a smooth and durable surface for vehicular traffic and pedestrian use.

Composite Materials: Composite materials, such as fiber-reinforced polymers (FRP), are engineered materials made by combining two or more constituent materials to achieve specific performance characteristics. They are used for structural components, reinforcement, and decorative elements in buildings.

Insulation Materials: Insulation materials are used to regulate temperature, control moisture, and improve energy efficiency in buildings. Common types of insulation include fiberglass, foam board, cellulose, and spray foam.

SECTORS

Architec

ARCHITECT

INTERIOR DESIGN

INTERIOR DESIGN, RENOVATION, AND DECORATION

FIT OUTS

contracting

CONTRACTING, SUB-CONTRACTING, CONSTRUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT

MAINTENANCE

MAINTENANCE

INDUSTRIES OF EXPERTISE

Agriculture

IT and Technology

Healthcare

Food & Beverages

Construction & General Contractors

Automotive

Education & E-Learning

Transportation and Logistics

Manufacturer

Restaurants, Hospitality

Travel and Tourism

Retail, wholesaler and Distributor

Oil & Gas, Energy

Banking & Finance

Event Management

Facility Management

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

Bridge & Tunnel Construction

Building Construction

Residential Community Development

Resident Home for living

Building Project Development

Dam, Harbour & Other Water Project Construction

Demolition

Electrical Installation

Electricity & Telecommunications Infrastructure

Site Preparation

Floor & Wall Covering

Joinery Installation

Plastering

Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning

Railway Construction

Road & Motorway Construction

Roofing

Scaffolding Services

Water Main, Sewer System & Related Project Construction

Test Drilling & Boring

Sustainability

  • Our Sustainability Strategy – Building New Futures
  • Our targets and ambitions
  • Sustainability Showcase
  • Towards a Zero Carbon Construction Site
  • Sustainability in any country
  • Materiality Assessment
  • Promoting Sustainable Outcomes
  • Governance

Health and Safety

  • Zero Harm
  • Health and Well-being
  • Safety

PROJECTS

Construction of berkeley

OUR WORK AND STRENGTH

Brief:
• Our approach starts with getting the brief. This allows us to understand the clients’ requests in consideration with their space requirement, scale, looks, feel, and how they envisage its use and purpose.

Design:
• After receiving the client’s brief, we answer to the envisioned solution created with the space through sketch layouts, mood images and symbolism in conformity with their corporate identity or personal taste.

ENDORSEMENTS

Contact Us:

Berkeley Middle East Holding

What You Need to Know About Us

Berkeleyme Holding company is a multi-national group having decades of successful growth across the globe. We engage in a variety of products and services in various sectors all over the world.