Australian firm TBH opens new office in Saudi to meet growing demands

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Official Reporter
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Australian project management consultancy Tracey Brunstrom & Hammond (TBH) has opened its first office in Riyadh, as a result of increasing demand for its consultancy-based services.

With over 55 years of global expertise and more than a decade of supporting both public and private sector clients in Saudi Arabia through its UAE office, TBH’s permanent presence in Riyadh will enable TBH to provide even more support to current and future clients in the Kingdom.

According to the statement, “TBH’s decision to open an office in Riyadh reflects an expanding portfolio of Saudi-focused clientele, which has seen TBH work with some of the Kingdom’s largest developers, contractors, and consultants, across several of the Kingdom’s leading giga-projects.”

Stephen Topp
Stephen Topp
TBH – Saudi Arabia

“We are excited to be opening our Riyadh office, reiterating our commitment to the region, and supporting the local market. Our skillset and offering uniquely place us to support the significant growth in the Kingdom’s construction, and infrastructure sectors as it embarks on some of the most ambitious projects globally. We look forward to our Riyadh office playing a significant role in our continued growth in the Middle East region.”

TBH’s office in Riyadh will be the ninth global office within the company’s growing international network and the company’s second office in the Middle East region.

Mr. Christopher Nicolas, Director of TBH Middle East said, “We are immensely proud of our team of dedicated specialists that bring with them an international level of experience delivered through the lens of having a strong heritage in the Middle East. We are looking forward to supporting our clients on the ground from Riyadh, led by Stephen and his team, and we look forward to helping play a role in the overall growth story of the Kingdom.”

The company stated that the core services include the provision of strategic advice, project controls, planning and scheduling, cost and risk management, and dispute resolution services to the construction, infrastructure, resources, and ICT industries, across both private and public sectors.

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