The Royal Commission in Jubail signed a
memorandum of understanding with the Saudi Contractors Authority lately
to pinpoint a cooperation frame in relation to experience and knowledge
transfer between the two parties for the public benefit.
The Chairman of the Saudi
Contractors Authority, engineer Osama Hasan Alafaleq, stated that “the
Royal Commission in Jubail has a rich, successful experience in project
management and city organization and creating a generous environment
that RCJ successes lasted for over 40 years.” He also expressed his wish
to build a cooperative relationship to replicate the RCJ experience to
the private sector and its projects.
Engineer ‘Ahmed Mohammed Hassan GM
Technical Affairs , said “this agreement aims to strengthen ties between
the two parties to transfer ideas, experience (specially in managing
construction projects), training, knowledge, and workshops,” adding,
“the government has invested in Royal Commission for 40 years, building
experience and strategy in turning ambitious projects into reality. ” he
stated that this MoS focuses on the exchange of experiences ,
workshops organization, training and knowledge transfer and RC
experiences in the management of construction projects.
The agreement articles include
benefiting from experiences in various fields, exchanging studies and
consultations in all fields, organizing shared workshops and education
and scientific programs, providing support and technical consultations,
supporting the Saudi Contractors Authority in enhancing the construction
industry and improving the work environment to reach the maximum
performance quality and identifying work strategy to accomplish goals as
well as providing beneficial data.
The idea of cooperation comes to go along with the global changes in various fields.
The MoS was signed by A/CEO of RCJ,
engineer Adnan bin Aiesh Al-Alouni and the Chairman of the Saudi
Contractors Authority, engineer Osama Hasan Alafaleq.