Safari awarded King Fahd Causeway FM contract

King Fahd Causeway is a key gateway between the Kingdoms of Bahrain and Saudi Arabia

  
Image used for illustrative purpose. King Fahd Causeway, road heading towards Bahrain.

Image used for illustrative purpose. King Fahd Causeway, road heading towards Bahrain.

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Safari, a leading facilities management (FM) and construction company in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, has been awarded all three FM packages by the King Fahd Causeway Authority.

According to the five-year contract, Safari will provide over 500 staff to maintain and enhance the aesthetic presentation and functionality of the King Fahd Causeway, a key gateway between the Kingdoms of Bahrain and Saudi Arabia.

According to the scope of the contract, Safari will carry out FM operations, maintenance and complete inspection works for King Fahd Causeway on both sides (KSA and Bahrain), including roadworks, protective rails, lighting fixtures and all related accessories, backfilling, the Aziziyah crossing and buildings, and a total of 25 km of bridges.

The scope also includes collecting transit fees on the bridge on the Saudi and Bahraini sides, as well as running car insurance facilities on the Bahraini side.

Safari will provide electrical power supply station for all bridges, roads and the border island located north of the intersection of the Aziziyah bridge, as well as service stations in various locations.

Also included is the marine works for inspection of all five bridges and the two truck detachment areas before entering the bridge on each side.

Safari will also undertake the cleaning of buildings, landscaping, and general site coordination as well as pest control for the King Fahd Causeway and its facilities on both sides.

Ali Al Sagri, the Chief Commercial Officer of Safari, said: “Safari is a responsible gatekeeper and caretaker at other important sites of value like Diriyah Gate as well as some of the top tier palaces and other important key locations across Saudi Arabia. We take our appointments at these locations as more than just a contract, but as a service to our country, and we take our role as temporary trustees very seriously.” --Tradearabia News Service

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