Our helpdesk offers Reactive and Planned Maintenance Solutions to customers in KSA 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year. Customer requirements are handled by our account managers utilizing an IT Technical Support system to ensure customer specific requirements are met in relation to response times, communication and cost control.

Since our formation in KSA, FCM has grown to become a highly respected construction, refurbishment and maintenance company, operating throughout the KSA. From the beginning, as a one-man joinery operation, we have undergone significant growth and now have over 200 employees. .This service covers power, lighting and emergency lighting, heating, air-conditioning, fire alarms, ventilation and water systems. Our local network of service engineers are equipped with the latest mobile technology that helps them liaise instantly with Al-Fajer Service Centre (FSC), making sure work is carried out swiftly, safely and to specification. We can also monitor client’s premises remotely to ensure optimum performance.

  1. Electrical FMC’s in-house electrical group offers a well service that encompasses:
    1. Lighting systems - general, emergency and external
    2. Lightning protection.
    3. Fire alarm and Security
    4. Mechanical power and control wiring
    5. Test and inspection of electrical installations
  2. Mechanical FMC’s dedicated Gas Safe registered engineering department brings your business expertise in all the following areas:
    1. Low temperature hot water heating
    2. Gas services
    3. Ventilation
    4. Sprinklers
    5. Air conditioning.
    6. Automatic control and building energy management systems
    7. Above-ground public health.
  3. Road infrastructure ; The FCM Infrastructure Maintenance Program delivers economic benefits to the community via savings in vehicle operating costs through the provision of improved ride quality of pavements. This results in a reduction in fuel and oil consumption, vehicle maintenance, and tyre wear and vehicle depreciation.
    In allocating maintenance funds, the RTA gives priority to programs which:
    1. achieve the best overall return on maintenance investment (given that smoother roads cost more to provide, but offer savings to vehicle operators)
    2. provide community-wide benefits from reduced accidents and travel time
    3. Reduce environmental impacts of road infrastructure maintenance.