Parsons achieves 2mn safe man hours at Saudi site

Two million injury-free man hours were racked up by Parsons at the Khamis Mushait project it is working on for Saudi's Ministry of Housing

Parsons reported two million safe man hours at its Khubais Mushait project. [Image: LinkedIn/Parsons Corporation]
Parsons reported two million safe man hours at its Khubais Mushait project. [Image: LinkedIn/Parsons Corporation]

Parsons, an American construction firm, announced it has achieved two million man hours without injury on a project it is working on in Saudi Arabia. 

In 2011, the company received a mandate from Saudi's Ministry of Housing to oversee the masterplan for 3,200ha of land in the north of the Kingdom. 

Through an update on its LinkedIn page, Parsons said: "[Our] Khamis Mushait project, a Ministry of Housing Infrastructure Programme, recently achieved two million man hours without injury.

"Congratulations to the team for keeping safety a priority and reaching this major milestone." 

Under the 2011 contract, Parsons was responsible for master planning, neighborhood planning, infrastructure design, and the design of various housing types, as well as construction supervision of all the developments.

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