Hill International wins Saudi security HQ deal
Riyadh, August 9, 2011
Hill International, a global leader in managing construction risk, has received a contract from Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Interior to provide project management services for the King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Security Headquarters project.
The three-year contract, which also covers various other security efforts throughout the kingdom, has an estimated value to Hill of approximately SR139.6 million ($37 million), a statement said.
'This is an extremely important assignment,' said Raouf S Ghali, president of Hill's Project Management Group (International). 'We look forward to helping the ministry successfully complete the security headquarters project,' Ghali added.
Hill International, with 3,100 employees in 100 offices worldwide, provides program management, project management, construction management and construction claims and consulting services. – TradeArabia News Service
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