Riyadh Metro Project – Line 1 & 2

The Riyadh Metro Project is a game-changing initiative that promises to revolutionize public transportation in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. With a total distance of 176 kilometers and 85 stations, the metro system is designed to provide a safe, reliable, and efficient mode of transportation for the city’s residents and visitors. The project is a testament to the government’s commitment to improving the lives of its citizens and reducing traffic congestion. With its completion expected by 2021, the Riyadh Metro Project is set to transform the city’s transportation landscape and bring about a new era of mobility.

CTW130 – North-South Railway Project

The North-South Railway project in Saudi Arabia is an impressive engineering feat, spanning over 2,400 kilometres. The project includes tracks, yards, depots, stations, and administrative buildings. The Ministry of Finance is financing the project with an estimated cost of $3.5 billion. The project started in 2005 and will finish by 2011-12.

CTW400 – North-South Railway Project

The North-South Railway project is a very large construction project that involves building a 2,400km long track, as well as other buildings like stations, facilities, and depots. The project started in 2005 and is expected to be completed by 2011-12. The project is expected to cost around $3.5bn. The Ministry of Finance is managing the Public Investment Fund. Brown Eagle partnered with ThyssenKrupp GmbH & Rail One GmbH to supply Turnouts & Sleepers for the project, while China Railway 18 Bureau Group Company was also a supplier. The client consortium includes well-known companies such as Al Ayuni, Al Omair, and CCECC. Mr. Hammad Younus, who worked as a commercial manager at iCorpPro, managed the project.