Saudi Focus

Al Ajllan supporting a diverse range of projects

February 2015

AL AJLLAN Tensile Structures of Saudi Arabia is currently executing major car-park projects across the country, including the one at the King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah.

The company, which is undertaking the SR40-million ($10.6 million) contract for Saudi Binladin Group, is also implementing car-park works at various other prestigious developments in the kingdom including Riyadh’s King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Centre (Kapsarc) for Saudi Aramco; King Abdulaziz Medical City, Phase Two, in Ahsa for the National Guard Health Affairs; KAP4, a strategic project for the Ministry of Interior; a project for the Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities, Riyadh; and Ma’aden bauxite mine infrastructure and utilities.

Al Ajllan Tensile Structures, which has expanded steadily over the past decade to become major player in the Saudi and regional markets, offers design, manufacturing and fabrication of tensile structures for car-park shades, public gardens, wedding and function halls, sports auditoriums, swimming pools, and game courts and school yard shades, decorative canopies and pergolas.  It is supporting a diverse range of projects including hotels and resorts, atriums and shopping centres, cultural sites and museums, community centres, parks, community pools, playgrounds, rooftop gardens, golf and country clubs and amusement parks.

In the transportation sector, Al Ajllan is focusing on mass-transit and bus stops, parking facilities and car and boat dealerships. It has also carried out work for residential projects including entrances, courtyards, patios and gardens, pools and spas, play areas, paths and walkways.

The Saudi company, which has offices in Riyadh and Jeddah, has served a number of clients in the kingdom including the Saudi Electricity Company (western sector and southern sectors); Aramco; Majmaaah University, Riyadh; King Faisal Specialist Hospital; King Khalid University, Abha; Latifia Trading and Contracting; Ministry of Housing; and Ministry of Interior.

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