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Arab Contractors delivers $24.5m Saudi project

The Egyptian construction firm handed over the bridge intersection of Prince Majed and Bani Malek streets in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

The $24.5m project was developed to ease traffic in Jeddah. [Representational Image/Courtesy: Saudi Gazette]
The $24.5m project was developed to ease traffic in Jeddah. [Representational Image/Courtesy: Saudi Gazette]

Egyptian construction firm Arab Contractors announced Monday, 27 July, 2015, that it has completed the bridge intersection of Prince Majed and Bani Malek streets in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. 

Jeddah City mayor Hani Abu Ras inaugurated the project worth $24.5m (SAR92m). 

Mohsen Salah, chairman of Arab Contractors, said the road project had been completed within the 18-month deadline given by the developers. 

The project has been developed to ease traffic flow in Jeddah. 

Arab Contractors' business volume in Saudi Arabia is worth $266.6m (SAR1bn), local daily Amwal Alghad reported. 

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