Malaysia's Eversendai wins $116m worth contracts in Saudi, Morocco

In Saudi Arabia the company won a contract for a facility control centre and an administrative building project

The company’s outstanding construction order book totalled to all-time high of $631.1m [representational image]
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The company’s outstanding construction order book totalled to all-time high of $631.1m [representational image]

Malaysian contractor Eversendai Corporation Berhad has secured $116m worth of contracts for projects in the Middle East including in Saudi Arabia, Morocco, and other countries. 

With the addition of the new contract wins, the company’s outstanding construction order book totalled to all-time high of $631.1m.

According to Eversendai, in Saudi Arabia the company won a contract for a facility control centre and an administrative building project for a “well-known” metro station. Meanwhile, in Morocco the contract was awarded for a 55-storey commercial tower project.

Speaking about the contract wins, executive chairman and group managing director of Eversendai Corporation Berhad, Tan Sri A K Nathan, said: “Our entry into North Africa is another testament of sustaining our fundamental values and capitalising on long established client relationships in delivering projects without compromise.”

According information published on its website, the company was awarded a contract for the a suspension bridge project in King Abdullah Financial District (KAFD) in Saudi Arabia in September 2019.

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