Hill International lands Saudi security project
US firm continues 2011 mandate wins with Ministry of Interior deal
Hill International, the US consultancy, has won a mandate from Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Interior to provide project management services to the King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Headquarters project in Riyadh.
The three-year contract, valued at around SAR139.6m ($37m), will also see the company oversee similar security projects throughout the kingdom, though has yet to announce further details.
"This is an extremely important assignment," said Raouf S. Ghali, president of Hill's Project Management Group (International)."We look forward to helping the ministry successfully complete the Security Headquarters project.”
New Jersey-based Hill International covers project management, construction risk and design consultancy on construction sites throughout the Gulf. It is currently coordinating the main construction contract for Bahrain International Airport, due to be released at the start of 2012, after a two-year association with the project providing design consultancy.
Last month, CW reported that the company had won a $89m mandate to oversee the development of ports and infrastructure on the island of Comoros from Dubai’s HSS Holding and the government of the country.