last updated on: 28 April 2016

Al-Saad General Contracting Company Limited

Also known as: ASGC, Al Saad Group, Alsaad

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Business Summary Provides civil, electromechanical and plumbing contracting for buildings, infrastructure, power and industrial projects; offers marine contracting including dredging and land reclamation; interior design and contracting; provides engineering consultancy services; production of precast concrete products including hollow core slab systems, pre stressed lintels and rector slab systems. Country of Incorporation Saudi Arabia Ownership Type Private Established In 1983 Primary Sector Construction Number of Employees 4500

Contact details

Primary address
Bin Commercial Center
Quraysh Street
1st and 2nd Floor
Al Salam District
Saudi Arabia
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Zawya industry classifications

  • Construction
    1. Construction and Design
      1. Civil Contractors
        1. General (Primary Industry)
        2. Heavy Industries
        3. Infrastructure
        4. Marine
      2. Architectural and Engineering Services
        1. Engineering Consulting Services
      3. Electro-Mechanical Contractors
      4. Specialty Contractors
  • Industrial Manufacturing
    1. Basic Materials and Industrial Products
      1. Construction Materials
        1. Aggregates and Concrete
  • Services
    1. Business Services
      1. Interior Design

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