Elegancia Arabia Trading Company, the Saudi Arabian subsidiary of Qatar’s Estithmar Holding, has been awarded two new Mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) package works for the West Hotel 3 and 4 (200 keys each), in addition to the ongoing MEP package works for the Central Hotel (430 Keys), and two hotels on the East side of the island (150 and 180 keys) in Al Shura Development.
These premium resorts are part of the 11 underway on the main hub island of The Red Sea destination under development in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and hold LEED platinum rating and feature a built-up area of 88,269 sqm, marking this one of the largest developments in the Kingdom and a flag bearer for regenerative tourism worldwide.
“This necessitates experienced partners, who share the same vision for choosing to do better and challenging the status quo of the business-as-usual approach. At this juncture, ‘Elegancia Arabia Trading Company, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and our parent Group Estithmar Holding QPSC (Qatar) are delighted to have the opportunity to play our part in the delivery of this unique development, creating a new gateway to explore the rich diversity and fabled hospitality of the Kingdom,” the Company said.
Elegancia Arabia Trading Company Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is committed to adopting innovative, energy-efficient, and environmentally friendly solutions throughout our performance of the awarded MEP package works, aligned with industry-leading guidance in the Energy and Environmental Design LEED certification.
Red Sea Global (RSG) continues to set new standards as it contributes to the Kingdom’s focus on sustainability, evident in the work of the Saudi Green Initiative and in-built into the goals of Vision 2030. The ongoing construction works, underpinned by a regenerative approach to tourism development, are a critical part of building the Red Sea Global legacy and supporting the delivery of the Saudi Vision 2030.