October 19, 2010
NORR Group lands Saudi Arabia tower commission
NORR Group Consultants International Ltd., a member of the Ingenium Group of companies, has been awarded a major design and project management commission in Saudi Arabia.
The project is a 50-storey office and residential tower located on a prime ocean-facing site in the city of Al Khobar. NORR’s scope of services includes comprehensive architectural and engineering design as well as project management during construction.
“This is a significant win for our Middle East operations,” said Victor Smith, Ingenium Group president and CEO.
Over the past 20 years, the company has delivered projects throughout the Arabian Gulf, including the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Qatar and Bahrain. NORR is in the process of opening an office in Saudi Arabia. Full-time staff are expected to be on the ground this year.
NORR offers architecture, engineering, planning and interior design services for a wide range of commercial, institutional, transportation and other projects.
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