LAHORE: Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Water & Electricity has awarded a new contract for the supervision of 15 small dams’ project in Jezan, Najran and Aseer regions to Pakistan’s state-owned National Engineering Services Pakistan (NESPAK).
The main purpose of these dams is to utilize water for drinking and irrigation purposes. The total construction cost of the dams under the supervision of Pakistani company is 482.4 million Saudi Riyal.
The company’s scope of services includes overall contract management, progress monitoring, review of design & construction drawings, preparation of quality control plans & procedures, implementation and construction supervision.
Amjad A. Khan, MD NESPAK, has congratulated the staff for this notable achievement and urged them to work with professionalism and to the full satisfaction of the client.
NESPAK, the largest Architectural and Engineering Consultancy firm of Pakistan, operates nationally and internationally. It has offices in six countries and has worked in more than 36 countries.