HH Prince Saud Bin Abdullah Bin Thanyyan Al-Saud, Chairman of the Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu, has inspected the work progress in some projects during a field visit to Jubail Industrial City. He viewed the governmental departments complex in JIC which is carried out by the Royal Commission based on the goal of achieving integration with the different entities and sectors and its role of its total administration of the city. He inspected the General Court building, Notarial Services building, Investigation and Public Prosecution building and the Civil Defense building which had been completed by the Royal Commission.
HH Chairman of the Royal Commission expressed his pleasure for what had already been completed in the execution of the complex as planned and in such sound and appropriate manner since such a project is considered important because it serves citizens and expatriates in both cities, JIC and Jubail Governorate further to villages and hijras (special settlements created for nomads) thereto.
The visit comes as a continuation of the inspection tours made by His Highness to closely check the projects progress in the field and ensure that plant and equipment are in place. It is expected that the growth rate in investment by the private sector to go up under the positive changes made to the investment regulations and the endless support given by the state to provide the infrastructure necessary for the city. The Royal Commission strives to furnish all essential and vital services for both the citizens and expatriates in proportion with the degree of investment expansion.
It is noteworthy that the Royal Commission in Jubail has constructed recently the General Directorate of Passports Office building and another building for the Installations Security Forces. It also constructed a location for the Security Patrols in JIC. The construction of government buildings by the Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu springs from its social role in backing and bolstering the different government sectors in accordance with its policies and in the best interest of the public to offer appropriate and positive services to citizens. The Royal Commission has always reiterated that its role does not end at its investment vision and investment attraction, but it goes beyond that to activating the social and service integration with the various sectors through its established faith in sharing success with all parties, especially that it had already provided many services such as roads entrancesimprovement, landscaping and maintenance in Jubail Governorate as well as lighting a portion of Jubail-Dammam Highway.