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45 Qualified Engineering Offices Approved for Work in Private Sector Projects in JIC & RIC
The Royal Commission in Jubail, represented by the Projects Management Department, recently approved the final list of the qualified engineering offices for work in private sector projects in Jubail and Ras Al-Khair Industrial Cities through the rehabilitation program of engineering and consulting offices for private sector projects.
 
 More than 100 consulting firms and engineering offices of various sizes, from all over the Kingdom, have applied to the program. Some companies have joint branches with foreign enterprises. Moreover, 60 offices and companies, whose files have passed the evaluation and review procedures, were visited by the rehabilitation of engineering and consulting offices work team. Eventually, 45 companies and engineering offices were approved in the final official list of engineering and consulting firms for private sector projects in different categories and classifications.
 
The Director of Projects Management Dept. at the Royal Commission in Jubail Eng. Mansour bin Dhafer Al-Obaidi said that the rehabilitation process will be dedicated for design and supervision in different categories, which will contribute to the establishment of a strong economic base for the engineering sector in the industrial cities and also contribute in the excellence of all commercial, residential and industrial projects.
 
Eng. Al-Obaidi also mentioned that the rehabilitation of engineering offices will maintain value added projects in the industrial cities and establish new industries that guarantee quality and safety in the implementation of private sector projects.
 
He also emphasized that all dealings with unqualified engineering offices will be rejected as of the first of Jumada II of this year. The rehabilitation process was carried out by a specialized team from the concerned Departments at the Royal Commission.