Prince Saud Bin Abdullah Bin Thunayan Al-Saud, chief of the Royal Commission for Jubail, in his office in Riyadh signed three contracts worth SR155 million to set up new subways and two schools for girls in Yanbu.
The industrial cities that belong to the Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu have been witnessing an increasing growth of population and industrial movements, which have forced the authority to find more facilities and services to fit with this expansion, that will help the settlers of the two industrial cities.
The Royal Commission provides regular maintenance to the properties of machines and equipments. This continuous maintenance keeps it protected.
The first contract was signed with Al-Harby Contracting and Trading Company Ltd., which will set up three subways on the west of the Abdul Aziz Road that links the industrial Yanbu and the sea Yanbu. The subways will help to complete the infrastructure works in the neighborhoods of Al-Jar and Al-Musheireef located in the housing area in industrial Yanbu.
These works are allocated in the first stage of this project. They include providing the equipment, workers and materials to finish and maintain all the works explained in the contracts, then doing the temporary, additional, and complementary works and the changes needed according to the contracts. The project will be executed within two years.
The second contract was signed with the Specialist Contracting Company Ltd. that will set up two girls schools - one is an intermediate school near Al Jabriya 2 and the other is a high school in Al-Alfaisal 1. Both of them are in the industrial Yanbu. These two schools will be part of the group of 32 schools with 17000 students, belonging to the Royal Commission in Yanbu.
The two schools will be well-built, each one will include the administration offices, laboratories, clinics, playground, library, cafeteria, prayer place, and a veranda covered. The total area of the high school is of 39,000 square meters, and that of the intermediate school 30,500 square meters, with roads, car parking, water networks, electricity and communications, in addition to planting trees and providing irrigation and air conditioning and protecting them from fires.
The third contract was signed with Al-Jureisi Computer and Communication Company that will maintain the computers belonging to the Royal Commission for Jubail. The company will raise and improve the operation systems and provide the technical support services to the computers and all applications of computer. The contract lasts for three years.