Parsons Wins 3-Year Infrastructure Project Deal In Saudi City

Parsons recently announced that it has won a construction management contract from the Jeddah municipality in Saudi Arabia.

The three-year contract calls for Parsons to coordinate and manage construction projects as well as additional services such as coordination, administration, inspection, materials testing, document submittals, project records and making recommendations to the city.

“We are honored and excited to have won our first contract with Jeddah Municipality, and we look forward to assisting the Municipality in successfully delivering this program,“ said Guy Mehula, president of Parsons MENA+ (Middle East, North Africa, and the northern Mediterranean Sea border countries).

The Jeddah municipality handles planning, design and construction of the city of Jeddah’s infrastructure projects such as renovating or constructing roads, tunnels, bridges, transportation systems, sewage treatment plants, irrigation systems and storm-water drainage systems among other components.

According to the company, Parsons has worked in the MENA+ region for more than 60 years.

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