Saudi Arabia: CHEC Inks Jeddah Flood Control Project

CHEC Inks Jeddah Flood Control Project

On July 29, the signing ceremony for Flood Control Project of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia was held in the meeting room of Mecca Governor Office Building. The client’s representative, Prince Khalid Al Faisal, and the contractor’s representative, Dai Zhanping, the general manager of CCCC Saudi Arabia Branch, signed on the contract.

The Flood Control Project of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia is a large municipal people’s livelihood system engineering of Jeddah Government to thoroughly solve the flood disaster in Jeddah caused by the rainfall in every spring. The contract signed this time is the four contract sections in the Phase II of this system engineering, with a contract amount of about USD 500 million and a construction period of 432 days.

This project is a large construction project undertaken by CHEC in the name of CCCC. It is not only of positive significance to improving the local people’s livelihood and infrastructure construction, but also shows that CHEC’s confidence and determination in actively giving play to the role of overseas platform of CCCC.

Deputy Consul-General Wang Qimin from Charge d’Affaires ad interim of Chinese consulate-general to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, and counselor Wu Yi from Chinese Economic Davison to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia were there and expressed their congratulations. In addition, the relevant department leaders of Mecca Province of Saudi Arabia, the client and relevant responsible people of CCCC Saudi Arabia Branch attended the signing ceremony.


Press Release, August 14, 2013

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