Soudah awards project management contract to Parsons Corporation

By Arya M Nair, Official Reporter
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Soudah partners with Parsons
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Soudah Development (SD), a real estate development company owned by the Public Investment Fund (PIF), has signed an agreement with Parsons Corporation to provide project and construction management consultancy services for the “Soudah Peaks” project.

The scope of the agreement covers all project management and site supervision for the development of Soudah Peaks, which is home to six unique development zones: Tahlal, Sahab, Sabrah, Jareen, Rijal, and Red Rock.

Eng. Saleh Aloraini_Soudah Development partners with Parsons
Eng. Saleh Aloraini
CEO – Soudah Development

“We are delighted to partner with Parsons on this project, marking a giant leap forward in bringing our vision of luxury tourism experience to life. The detailed design of the Soudah Peaks masterplan outlines our total commitment and dedication to upholding a sustainable environmental framework, offering high-end hospitality services, and developing ultra-luxury facilities and assets to provide Soudah Peaks’ visitors with an unparalleled living experience.”

President of Parsons Infrastructure for Europe, the Middle East and Africa Pierre Santoni said that, “We are thrilled to be working on yet another one of the key projects under the Saudi national transformation blueprint, Vision 2030. Working on a project of this nature, which will preserve and enhance the surrounding area, and prioritizes environmental integrity, directly aligns with Parsons’ core values, and allows us to bring our expertise in managing projects with the utmost precision to another important project in the Kingdom.”

Soudah Peaks is a luxury mountain tourism destination in Saudi Arabia. Situated 3,015 meters above sea level, Soudah Peaks is the country’s highest point and is spread across the extraordinary mountainous terrain of Soudah and Rijal Almaa.

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