Saturday, March 4, 2017

Saudi Arabia unveils $703m development projects

Saudi government has announced development projects worth SR2.65 billion ($703 million) - mostly in  the housing, roads and water and electricity sector - in Al Dawadmi, a town in Riyadh province, said a report.

Prince Faisal bin Bandar, governor of Riyadh, inaugurated these projects during his visit to Al Dawadmi. A number of additional ongoing projects are valued at SR7.35 billion ($1.95 billion), reported Arab News.

The new and ongoing projects include health, municipal, housing, education, social, water, and electricity works, alongside other charity and vocational training projects, it stated.

Prince Faisal had recently visited the governorates of Hotat Bani Tamim and Al Hareeq where he inaugurated development projects worth SR280 million ($75 million), stated the report.

He said that many priority projects including roads and hospitals, will be completed after the financial allocations are secured, it added.
 



from Construction Realestate


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