Founded in 2005, Har Contract is an FF&E procurement and consultancy firm specialized in delivering high-end interior projects across the globe. Project owners, interior architects, and construction firms hire us to consult them during the pre-tendering phase, manage the procurement phase, and streamline the logistics and handover.
Our exceptional savoir-faire and solid project management expertise have earned us a reputation as a reliable and responsive business partner. With our headquarters based in Paris, we are strategically located to provide our clients with access to direct source pricing and preferential trade conditions. Our dedicated project management team has carried out a wide range of projects such as royal palaces, hotels, resorts, private residences and government offices.
By choosing Har Contract, you choose...
We listen to your needs and do our absolute best to accommodate your requests.
We are here to guide you through the procurement process and advise you on what should be done.
We are experienced in handling rush projects and finding creative
solutions to problems.
We have an open book policy. Our only source of compensation is our fee. No mark-ups or hidden charges.
Access to trade discounts
We negotiate the best prices and sales conditions on your behalf. There are no distributors or middlemen.
Substantial savings for
your business, eliminating unnecessary hiring,
waste, risk and graft.
We have the knowledge, the skills and the tools to meet your project requirements.
Our business model and core company values are based on a single concept: transparency. At this day and age, achieving true cooperation with our clients requires honesty, openness, clear communication, and accountability.
We want our clients to succeed in their endeavors by providing them with all the necessary support in achieving their project goals. By working with us, our clients enjoy personalized attention for their needs, substantial reductions in costs, and elimination of wasteful spending.
Founder and CEO of Har Contract