Dhahran/Al-Khobar/Dammam Dualway (Section 2)
‘We deliver’ is one of Almashrik’s slogans, and the prompt and efficient delivery of this project to the full satisfaction of our client demonstrates the truth of our slogan. But the need for timely delivery never stands in the way of our commitment to worker safety, as evidenced by the excellent safety record achieved.
WHY IT MATTERS!
Almashrik was appointed to construct a major highway linking Dhahran, Dammam and Al-Khobar in response to rapid growth in all three areas that called for an intensive infrastructure project. The highway is 11 km in length and consists of a 6-lane dual carriageway with frontage on both sides. The 300 square miles of land that it serves is now known as the Dammam area, and the highway provides a connection between the three cities that comprise it.
UNIQUE FEATURES OF THIS PROJECT:
- Road Construction of 11 Km, 6 Lane Dual carriageway
- Frontage Road on Both Sides
- 7 Concrete Structures
- Concrete Slab Area of 50,000 m² with Two Interchanges on Royal Palace.
- Electrical Works
LOCATION ON MAP
|Client:||Ministry of Transport|
|Gross Construction Area:||11 km - 6-lane dual carriageway|
|Year Completed:||September 1986|
8 million man hours in total, representing the efforts of 800 employees were expended on this vital infrastructure project, further strengthening Almashrik’s reputation as a contractor that has been trusted by government agencies for over 4 decades.