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DSI wins $87.4mn MEP contract for King Saud University

DSI-KSA will design, install, test and commission all electro-mechanical works for three buildings

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Drake and Scull International PJSC (DSI) has been awarded a contract worth $87.4 million for MEP works at King Saud University in Riyadh.

“The King Saud University contract is highly prestigious for DSI and further consolidates our presence in Saudi Arabia as leaders in engineering and general contracting,” said Khaldoun Tabari, vice-chairman and CEO of DSI.

“Our extensive history with large scale projects in KSA and our patented engineering technologies will prove vital in the execution of this project.

“With increase government expenditures towards infrastructure development, we expect positive movement in all the sectors in the coming year,” he added.

DSI-KSA will design, install, test and commission all electro-mechanical works for three buildings at the university’s Endowment Projects, and the company expects to complete works by 2015.

DSI’s previous projects in Saudi Arabia include the King Abdullah University of Science & Technology (KAUST) and the Information Technology Communications Complex (ITCC).

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