Jubail, Ras Al-Khair cities get projects worth SR 506.98 million

Jubail, Ras Al-Khair cities get projects worth SR 506.98 million
Updated 19 October 2012

Jubail, Ras Al-Khair cities get projects worth SR 506.98 million

Jubail, Ras Al-Khair cities get projects worth SR 506.98 million

RIYADH: Chairman of the Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu (RCJY) Prince Saud bin Abdullah bin Thunyyan has signed two contracts worth SR 506.98 million for the implementation of infrastructure projects in Jubail and Ras Al-Khair industrial cities.
The first contract was signed with China Communications Construction Company Ltd. (CCCC) whereby the company will construct a booster unit to enhance pumping capacity at a seawater cooling network and all related facilities to supply 80,000 cubic meters per hour for the industrial area in Phases 3 and 4 of Jubail 2 project.
Works in the project will be implemented in 26 months.
The second contract was signed with China National Chemical Engineering Company (CNCEC) which will implement the housing complex in Ras Al-Khair Industrial City. The scope of work includes site preparation, earth-moving, excavation and back-filling works, execution of rainwater, sanitation, drinking water, irrigation and road networks, car parking areas, procurement and installation of fire-fighting systems, power and telecommunication cables, liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) systems, in addition to gardening and landscaping. The housing complex will include other facilities such as mosque, service workshops, warehouses, a dining hall, a bakery, a sports hall, management and security buildings.
Works in the second contract will run for 38 months.
Earlier in the month, the RCJY Chief signed two contracts worth SR 899 million for the implementation of infrastructure projects in Jubail Industrial City.
The two contracts were aimed to build 540 housing units, two mosques and associated works in Jalmuda District, Jubail Industrial City.