Riyadh awards five development contracts
Higher Commission for the Development of Riyadh greenlights projects
The Higher Commission for the Development of Riyadh (HCDR), chaired by Prince Sattam, has approved a slew of development projects in the city.
At a recent meeting it discussed "new mechanisms to improve infrastructure and public services, and better co-ordination with other government departments, so as to make Riyadh one of the most modern cities in the world."
A 36-month contract has been awarded to Al-Mabani General Contracting to develop the western part of King Abdullah Road.
The project comprises a three-lane main road in either direction and a tunnel at the entrance of King Saud University, plus associated utility infrastructure.
A 30-month contract has been awarded to Al-Fahad Trading, Industry & Contracting to build the intersection of Makkah Road with Salah Al-Deen.
A 15-month contract has been awarded to Al-Mabani General Contracting to carry out bridge work at the intersection of the Eastern Ring Road with Oroba Road.
United Company for Maintenance & Contracting has been awarded a 24-month contract for an environmental rehabilitation project in the Wabir and Mahdiya Valleys.
Badan Agriculture & Contracting will implement a similar project at Hair Lakes, comprising waste disposal, irrigation channels and local roads.