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Egis and Projacs received the contract for Riyadh Airports

Saudi Arabia Riyadh Airports Company awarded a Project Management Consultancy services contract related to King Khalid International Airport (KKIA).

Riyadh Airports manages and operates King Khalid International Airport, located in Riyadh, the capital city of Saudi Arabia.

Engineering services provider Egis and its subsidiary Projacs have secured a contract from Riyadh Airports.

As per the agreement, Egis and Projacs will cater as project management consultants for design review, construction management, and supervision of new airside infrastructure.

The services comprise the review and approval of contractors’ technical deliverables relating to infrastructure, airfield ground lighting, NAVAIDS, and improvement of baggage handling systems at Terminals 3 and 4.

The work will comprise the redevelopment of the airside infrastructure, including the two runways, taxiways, cargo aprons, and separate parking positions. Egis said that the whole airfield ground lighting equipment and systems will be replaced by a LED lighting system with a faithful IT control system.

Saudi Arabia Riyadh Airports Company manages and operates KKIA in the Saudi capital and is currently working on upgrading the airport’s airside infrastructure, adding new services and facilities to ascertain that customers continue to enjoy pleasant, secure, and veteran services.


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