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Egis awarded contract for transformation of Riyadh Airport

Posted 29 March 2019 · Add Comment

Egis has been awarded a contract with Riyadh Airports Company for design and project management consultancy services to replace Hold Baggage Screening (HBS) machines in terminal 5 at King Khaled International Airport, Saudi Arabia.

 

For more than five years now, Egis has been supporting development and expansion of Saudi Arabia’s second biggest airport.

The company will provide a design, and project and cost management services to remove the existing HBS machines serving 4 check-in islands in the terminal, and the installation, hook-up and commissioning of detection equipment.

Aviation Middle East Director of Egis Jacques Khoriaty said: “Through this new contract Riyadh Airports Company is restating confidence in our extended capabilities on both airside and terminal projects and full-range expertise from consultancy, design, procurement support, and project and construction management. We are delighted to provide continued guidance and support to our client with a specific focus on safety and operational efficiency. Terminal 5 will remain operational during HBS machines replacement and our consultants and our engineers will closely coordinate with all contractors to make sure operations run smoothly until final commissioning.”

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