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OTCE reaches turning point in Saudi Arabia

French consultancy OTCE, “Omnium Technique d’études de la Construction et de l’Equipement” says it has taken advantage of the construction boom in the GCC. Based in Lebanon and Saudi Arabia it is extending its expertise to provide customers with high-quality, innovative engineering solutions more efficiently and cost effectively. Over the past few years, OTCE has increased […]

OTCE established its office in Riyadh last year

OTCE established its office in Riyadh last year

French consultancy OTCE, “Omnium Technique d’études de la Construction et de l’Equipement” says it has taken advantage of the construction boom in the GCC.

Based in Lebanon and Saudi Arabia it is extending its expertise to provide customers with high-quality, innovative engineering solutions more efficiently and cost effectively.

Over the past few years, OTCE has increased the number of its potential clients through the achievement of outstanding and innovative solutions in the fields of engineering and construction. Last year it established an office in Riyadh and says that it is now positioned to make its mark in the Kingdom’s construction sector.

General manager Simon Daniel in the Middle East identified several areas where OTCE can contribute with six decades of expertise.

“The country’s sustained growth, together with the extremely important public and private investments as regards to roads and infrastructure, industrial and hospital projects along with high rise buildings, fields in which we have real distinctive assets, create a favorable environment for our development in Saudi Arabia,” said Daniel.

Daniel said the consultancy firm is concentrating on consolidating and sustaining its approach.

“Our presence will help to be better positioned for the large projects we are targeting for. 2013 is a turning point for us during which we will participate to many tenders. We hope to reap the first fruits of our efforts as from 2014. OTCE has already conducted several projects in the country.”

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