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2017 Construction Week Power 100: Top five Kuwaiti entries

by James Morgan on Jun 30, 2017



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The following article contains details of the five highest-ranking individuals on Construction Week’s 2017 Power 100 whose companies are headquartered in Kuwait…

1. Riyadh Al Saleh, CEO, Kharafi National (Power 100 ranking: 44)

Under the leadership of its chief executive officer, Riyadh Al Saleh, Kuwait-based construction firm, Kharafi National, bagged one of its biggest projects to date – the expansion of Kuwait International Airport. Valued at $4.2bn (KWD1.3bn), the airport terminal project was awarded to Kharafi National and its Turkish partner, Limak Construction, in 2016. Kharafi and Limak laid the foundation stone for the project, said to be progressing according to schedule, in May 2017. With the expansion project, the Kuwait International Airport is expected to see its capacity triple in the next six years, to 25 million passengers a year.



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