Saudi Royal Commission awards four infrastructure contracts worth $140m

22 March 2012

The Saudi Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu has awarded four contracts worth a total of SR526m ($140m) to develop infrastructure projects in Yanbu, Saudi Gazette gas reported. Beijing Construction Engineering Group won two contracts valued at SR299m to develop buildings in the industrial city on the western coast of the kingdom. The first contract is for construction of two interlinked buildings, parking lots and services areas. The second contract is for preparing the basic needs of the area surrounding the building including concrete works for the support utilities, basic supports, bridges, side passageways, lighting for the area and streets, water and sanitary drainage networks, distribution and storing of electrical power, planting trees and plants, and beautification. The third and fourth contracts were signed with As'ad Bolgo Consortium with a value of SR227m for constructing the basic facilities and a number of housing units in Al-Mushaireef 2 District in Yanbu Al-Sinaia. These works represent the fifth stage for the construction of housing units.

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