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King Abdullah Economic City Development Project

  • OnGoing Project
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Building, Power and Energy, Industrial Projects., Water, Urban Construction, Telecom, Education, Marine Services & Seaports, Leisure, Hotels, Sewerage & Wastewater, Roads & Infra

Improvement of King Abdullah Economic City containing six significant components, including a thousand years seaport, a modern locale, a waterside resort, a money related island, a private area and an instructive zone. This undertaking will be created over a territory of 173 square kilometers among Jeddah and Rabigh on the Red Sea. It will have an ocean port, with ability to deal with up to 10 million 20-foot comparable units, just as modern and business locale, a waterfront resort zone and private zones. Among the other significant components in the venture incorporate an aluminum smelter,education zone offering essential and auxiliary level tutoring, just as a college and a $1 billion universal air terminal at Rabigh. Up to 25,000 lodgings are made arrangements for the city, spread across in excess of 120 inns. The focal business area will incorporate a 140,000 square meter money related locale. The plan is intended to be executed in different stages and have six significant components: 1) Millennium Seaport - To be worked over a zone of 13.8 square kilometers, it will be the biggest in the district with a limit of more than 10 million twenty-foot equal units (TEU) of holders every year. The port will have offices to deal with freight and dry mass, and will be prepared to get the world's biggest vessels. Another key part of the port will be a specially fabricated Hajj terminal, with ability to get up to 300,000 travelers each season; 2) Industrial District - To be worked over a zone of 63 square kilometers, it will be committed to mechanical and light assembling offices. It can have 2,700 mechanical inhabitants.

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