- Five buildings will be built in Jeddah, seven in Makkah, and five in Riyadh, over the next three years
Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Justice confirmed a plan to build new courts in Jeddah, Riyadh and Makkah at cost of SR2.7 billion ($719 million), Al Arabiya reported on Monday.
Five buildings will be built in Jeddah, seven in Makkah, and five in Riyadh, over the next three years.The courts will be offered to the private sector in cooperation with the State Properties General Authority, Al Arabiya said.
This announcement was made at the Future Projects Forum 2021.
The event features some 1000 projects worth more than SR600 billion.
The forum is an opportunity for contractors to discover future opportunities and projects under one roof.