Red Sea Development Company prepares facility to accommodate its 14,000 employees

Red Sea Development Company prepares facility to accommodate its 14,000 employees
Red Sea Development Company [RSDC] signs contract for Al-Seef Group to manage facilities at the area of its development project (Employees’ City) for over 14,000 employees. (Supplied)
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Updated 23 June 2021

Red Sea Development Company prepares facility to accommodate its 14,000 employees

Red Sea Development Company prepares facility to accommodate its 14,000 employees
  • Al-Seef Group will manage facilities including 18 residential buildings, 200 villas and luxurious housing units
  • Company’s CEO said they treat employees as own guests as they are the pumping heart of Employees’ City project

RIYADH: The Red Sea Development Company [RSDC] has signed a contract for Al-Seef Group to manage the administrative, civil and commercial facilities at the area of its development project for over 14,000 employees.
Based in the Middle East, Al-Seef Group will now be responsible for managing the facilities that include 18 residential buildings, 200 villas and several luxurious housing units in addition to administrative offices at the Employees’ City.
RSDC’s chief executive officer John Pagano said the company "treats its employees as its own guests as they are the pumping heart of its project the Employees’ City," according a media statement issued by Saudi Press Agency (SPA). 
“Our employees are the main reason why this residential project has been designed and executed with high quality standards to ensure their pleasure and comfort while residing here,” Pagano said.
RSDC will work with Al Seef Group, a pioneering provider of facility management services, and according to Pagano "they commit to provide highest quality of accommodations and amenities."
Expressing pride in the agreement, Fahd Al-Seef, the Group’s vice-chairman for Integrated Facilities Management, said the work scale in the Employees’ City of RSDC is "highly impressive and the fact that the Company commits to provide highest leisure standards to its employees is fascinating."
Al-Seef pointed out that they will work closely to supervise the planning operations, to execute services and followed protocols and to ensure providing high-quality services to all employees involved in the project.
The Red Sea project has reached an important and advanced development stage amid work in full swing and preparations to welcome guests by the end of 2022 in conjunction with the inauguration of the international airport and first set of hotels.
The first phase’s 16 hotels will be inaugurated by the end of 2023.
SPA’s statement said the Red Sea Project, scheduled to be completed by 2030, will host 50 hotels, providing 8,000 hotel rooms and more than 1,000 residential units assembled across 22 islands and six inner locations, as well as a marina with several leisure and entertainment facilities.