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Al Rajhi unit secures Jeddah tower contract

03-12-2017

Saudi-based Al Rajhi Building Solutions Group said one of its units, Cladtech International (CTI), has won a contract to manufacture and install curtain wall facades for Sail Tower project in Jeddah, on the kingdom's Re.

A civil engineering and construction group, CTI said the contract was awarded to the company by Al Saad General Contracting because of its reputation as a highly distinguished curtain-wall expert firm.  

Sail Tower is a 60-storey building that will house 242 luxury hotel rooms; 104 serviced apartments and parking spaces for 600 cars.

On the contract win, Dr Khalid Al Rajhi, the chairman of Al Rajhi Building Solutions Group, said: "We are proud to be part of this mega project, which will play a key role in the efforts to enhance Jeddah's business and investment environment."

"This contract win also demonstrates our commitment towards fostering strategic partnerships with companies like Al Saad General Contracting Company -- wishing them continued success as we move forward in the completion of this project," he noted.

Al Rajhi Building Solutions Group CEO Ahmed Al Bassam said: "Our partnership with Al Saad General Contracting Company reflects our continuing efforts to provide world-class construction solutions across some of today's leading mega projects."

"We remain confident that the facades to be constructed and installed by Cladtech International will add high aesthetic value to the Sail Tower as it stands majestically overlooking the Red Sea," stated Al Bassam.

Essam Qoronfel, the chairman of Al Saad General Contracting Company, expressed his confidence in the newly formed partnership with the Al Rajhi Building Solutions Group.

Amid the ongoing construction boom in Saudi Arabia and the rest of the GCC, Cladtech will be playing a key role across these super construction undertakings, which in turn, will lead to more success and growth in the rapidly thriving construction segment, he added.-TradeArabia News Service




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