Despite the fall in oil prices, Saudi Arabia’s government is pushing ahead with its ambitious development agenda and plans to diversify the economy.
Press release posted on: Mar 12 2017
The National Transformation Program (NTP) and Vision 2030 have been met with overwhelming support as the government begins to develop industries like real estate and tourism in partnership with the private sector.
Saudi Arabia’s investors place value on the landscape and public realm design to increase the project prestige and commerciality. Developers from both the private and public sector seek to design public spaces that combine artistic creativity and blend technical demands with location needs and constraints.
Future Landscape & Public Realm KSA will be held on 25-26 April 2017 at Mövenpick Hotel Riyadh and will support Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 and the roadmap that has been outlined for the kingdoms development and economic objectives for the next 15 years.
An ideal opportunity in a booming industry
More than 80 megaprojects, each worth at least $1 billion, are underway or planned for completion by 2030 in Saudi Arabia making it the Middle East’s largest construction and build market.
Riyadh Walk Project is valued at $320 million and will be covering an area of 137,000sqm with a 650m façade.
Moreover, 6 open parks will be established as part of Wadi Hanifah (Hanifah Valley) environmental rehabilitation project. This have been given priority by the High Commission for the Development of Arriyadh.
These projects and many more create unlimited landscaping opportunities in Saudi Arabia.
Why take part in Future Landscape & Public Realm KSA conferenceæ
This conference is being launched to support Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 and the roadmap that has been outlined for the kingdoms development and economic objectives for the next 15 years.
This unique and timely event will bring together government representatives, landscape architects, urban designers, contractors and service/solution providers to discuss upcoming projects, innovations, technologies and best practices.
For further information about the conference, please visit www.futurelandscapeksa.com or contact Jessica Bou Samra at Jessica.firstname.lastname@example.org .