Aedas strengthens Saudi presence with new office
Architecture firm opens new office in Riyadh
Global architectural firm, Aedas, has opened a new office in Riyadh, bringing the total number of offices operated by the firm up to 39.
The new Riyadh office will address market sectors ranging from masterplanning, hospitality and transport, to healthcare, sports and education. It will be led by country manager, Charles Collett.
Aedas has plans to further strengthen its presence in Saudi Arabia, with another office already slated for Jeddah.
“We are enthusiastic about the Aedas office opening in Riyadh, reaffirming our efforts in the region. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has much to offer both in terms of development and culture and we are very pleased to now reside and be part of the community here,” said Collett.
Aedas currently has over 150 staff in the Middle East, with offices in Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Doha, Dubai and Riyadh. In 2009, the company received an award for ‘Best Urban Design and Master Planning’ at the Cityscape Saudi Real Estate Awards for its New Jeddah mixed-use development.