Qiddiya, SAJCO sign major roads, bridges contract

The construction of the project will be completed by mid-May 2023


Riyadh – Mubasher: The Qiddiya Investment Company (QIC) has awarded a major SAR 700 million stormwater drainage, roads and bridges contract to Shibh Al Jazira Contracting Company (SAJCO).

The three-year contract represents a major construction milestone for QIC despite the current global pandemic situation, according to a press release on Monday.

In this regard, CEO of QIC, Michael Reininger, commented, “The stormwater drainage, roads, and bridges will provide access to all facilities and assets on the lower plateau of our site, enabling the transport of key construction materials to the various development sites within Qiddiya’s lower plateau.”

The construction of the project has started this month and will be completed by mid-May 2023. The investment will include the creation of 45 kilometres of roads, seven bridges, and grade-separated interchanges.

“It makes us proud to be part of developing a national giga project like Qiddiya and to be selected as a key partner for this significant part of the journey. Another focus for us is to aid the National Transformation Program 2020 and the Saudi Vision 2030 and we are delighted to work with Qiddiya, as the giga project that will change the entertainment and economic landscape of Saudi forever,” said CEO of SAJCO, Zyad W. Suleiman.

Source: Mubasher

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