Parsons Adds New Dubai Office; Guy Mehula Comments

ParsonsParsons has opened a new office in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, to house technical personnel that handle design contracts as the company continues to pursue growth in the Middle East.

The company manages transportation, public buildings, water infrastructure and airport projects in countries within the Middle East, North Africa and northern Mediterranean Sea border regions, Parsons said June 5.

Guy Mehula, Parsons president in the MENA+ region, said the company has more than 3,300 staff members in six offices throughout the region.

“The leadership vision in the Emirates is continuing to drive growth and we are very pleased to be part of the effort to support the country in achieving its goals,“ he added.

Parsons says it has worked in the MENA+ region for more than 60 years and has offices in the United Arab Emirates, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Rome, Istanbul and Athens.

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