S.Arabia’s $300b infrastructure market offers vast opportunities

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Staff Reporter, Gulf Today

A new trade exhibition will debut in Riyadh this September to unlock alternatives in Saudi Arabia’s US$300 billion infrastructure projects plan.

Organised by dmg events, which has a decade of successful exhibitions within the Kingdom, the Saudi Infrastructure Expo (SIE) will run on the Riyadh International Convention & Exhibition Center from September 6th – 8th.

Big ticket multi-national names which might be already in the exhibitor line-up embrace Egypt’s greatest contractor Hassan Allam, and the Kingdom’s own Rawadh, Acortec and the Saudi Accreditation Authority, the UK’s Radian and Akel, Germany’s DS Digital Solutions, Switzerland’s Rehau, India’s High Source and TAQ, CALX and Ouster of the USA.

The exhibition, which features a co-located Saudi Infrastructure Summit, will give consideration to three key areas – transport, utilities, and concrete technology – by which the techniques and infrastructure needed to progress Saudi Arabia’s smart cities ambitions and its Vision 2030 might be mentioned and showcased.

“We have developed this event leveraging the experience of our extremely successful Big 5 development exhibitions portfolio to deliver an unrivalled international platform the place the infrastructure business can come collectively to see and learn about burgeoning industry verticals similar to urban planning and expertise, transportation methods, communication networks, and utilities related to creating a 21st Century constructing and development sector,” commented Muhammed Kazi, VP Construction, dmg occasions.

“The Saudi Arabian authorities is investing in a number of giga initiatives, such because the just lately announced The Line in NEOM, which will create boundless enterprise alternatives for native, regional, and worldwide suppliers as well as architects, planners, builders, contractorsin the broader building eco-system.

“With the Kingdom now accounting for the lion’s share of development tasks within the GCC – at 63 per cent – and with mega projects similar to Amaala Red Sea luxurious tourism project, the NEOM sensible city, and Al Faisaliah Economic City now progressing to contract awards, there couldn’t be a greater time for an event of this nature.”

The expo and its management summit will be Saudi Arabia’s biggest network discussion board to date of government representatives, utilities, architects, bankers, consultants, sub-contractors, engineers, procurement professionals, venture managers, and regulators. The occasion is also anticipated to attract numerous EPC contractors in transport, water, utilities and telecom.

The supporting Saudi Infrastructure Summit will convey non-public and public stakeholders collectively to debate challenges in delivering infrastructure improvements, first-class networks, and future-proof cities that can meet Saudi’s Vision 2030, aimed at attracting 100 million annual guests within the next eight years.

International panelists at the Summit embrace Correy Connaway, Infrastructure Development Director, Qiddiya; Neal Coote, Infrastructure Director, AMAALA; Paul Pring, Senior Infrastructure Director, Diriyah Gate Development Authority; Andreas Flourou, Executive Director, Operations & Mobility, The Red Sea Development Company;  Ian Redmayne, Partner, Middle East Region – Buro Happold; Mark Dyson, Director, Saudi Arabia – Turner & Townsend and Saleh Al Zahrani General Manager, Saudi Accreditation Center.

“With the increased progress of infrastructure tasks in Saudi Arabia, we see a great alternative for redefining industry requirements by incorporating digital applied sciences and Engineering Net Zero options to deliver tasks more efficiently and effectively for our shoppers. We are pleased to associate with the Saudi Infrastructure Expo, which supplies an ideal platform to attach with key trade gamers and share our experience as leaders in engineering, design, and project management services. We look ahead to partnering with the public and private sectors to create a sustainable infrastructure within the Kingdom,” commented Campbell Gray, CEO, Middle East & Africa – Atkins, a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group.

The Saudi Infrastructure Expo is sponsored by Atkins, SRACO and Saleh Abdulaziz Al Rashed & Sons.

For additional details and to register for the Saudi Infrastructure Expo go to https://register.saudiinfrastructureexpo.com Registration and admission is free for commerce and industry professionals.

Saudi Infrastructure Expo: A brand new launch, the free-to-attend Saudi Infrastructure Expo (SIE), happening at the Riyadh International Convention & Exhibition Center, will showcase the methods and infrastructure wanted for the creation of good cities within the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Focusing on three key trade pillars, transport, utilities and urban expertise, these curated show sectors cowl the complete range of merchandise, providers and expertise within the infrastructure business making it simple for key buyers to entry on the event.

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