Red Sea to build labour camps in KAEC
Jeddah, August 19, 2013
Saudi Arabia’s Red Sea Housing Services recently received approval from the Economic Cities Authority (ECA) to begin construction of labour camps in King Abdullah Economic City (KAEC).
Mohammed Othman Mallawi, Investor Relations Manager, said the company is set to begin construction of a SR50 million labour complex, spread across a 150,000 sq m area in KAEC, by the first quarter of 2014.
It will accommodate the workforce involved in the completion of KAEC and the staff of companies operating within the city. The labour complex project is expected to have a maximum capacity of 5,000 residents upon completion.
The company will leverage its vast expertise in the construction of prefabricated houses for managers, employees and workers, in addition to catering to their requirements of electricity, fresh water, catering services, waste-water treatment, laundry service, recreation centres and gyms, he said.
King Abdullah Economic City in Rabigh is seeing a significant surge in foreign and domestic investments. – TradeArabia News Service
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