Top 10 Construction Companies in Saudi Arabia (KSA)
We Bring you the Top 10 and Popular Construction Companies from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Bin Ladin Group
Saudi Arabia’s largest construction company which has continues to reinforce its prestige year after year, with the $7.2 billion contract won in the year 2010 for the first phase of the King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah and after that 2011 award of the long anticipated deal for the Kingdom Tower.
Al Rashid Trading & Contracting Co. (RTCC)
Abdullah Al Rashid & Brothers was established in the year 1957 in Al Hufof city.
Situated at the capital city of Riyadh in Saudi Arabia, the company merged with Rashid Abdulrahman Al Rashid Company to form Al Rashid Trading & Contracting Company. In partnership with Germany’s EADS, RTCC secured one of the most high-profile but sensitive projects to be tendered in Saudi Arabia in years – its border fences.
Al Ayuni Investment & Contracting Co.
Al-Ayuni Group has been in the Kingdom since 1960, where it worked as a sub-contractor for road construction until 1972 when it was registered as general contractor.
By 1976 Al-Ayuni had major road projects for both the Ministry of Communications and the Ministry of Rural Affairs.
Al Harbi Trading & Contracting Co. Ltd.
The firm established itself in the kingdom in 1965 with offices in Riyadh, Lebanon, Kuwait and the UAE.
It has experience across a range of projects, from heavy civil works and highways to residential villas and palaces, such as the governor residences of the Interior Ministry at Baha, Mecca and Najran.
Arabian Bemco Contracting Co.
Bemco was formed in 1968 and has developed into a top EPC Contractor in industrial and power projects including co- generation, combined cycle and steam power plants in the country.
Bemco has undertaken some the largest and most challenging projects in Saudi Arabia and employs a workforce totaling 18,000 employees and in 2011 had 96 ongoing projects.
Al Shoula Group
Al Shoula Group was founded in 1970, and is owned by Saudi Arabia’s Prince Mishaal bin Abdul Aziz. Administrative control passed on to Prince Mishaal’s son, Prince Abdulaziz bin Mishaal in the late 1990s, and the group has since developed significant expertise in infrastructure and real estate investment.
Almabani General Contractors
Almabani was founded in Jeddah in 1972 by Lebanese politician Nehme Tohme and Almabani General Contractors has since become one of the kingdom’s largest contractors, with offices in Khobar, Riyadh, Jubail, Beirut and Qatar, with an established niche in aviation projects.
Al Fouzan Trading & General Construction Company
Al- Fouzan Trading and Contracting Company, by its own estimations 12th in the Saudi contractor market, is among the most rapidly growing Saudi companies.
In the last five years the company has executed several huge projects, with particular success in the healthcare
ABV Rock Group
The ABV Rock Group Limited Company originates from Armerad Betong Vägförbättringar, which was founded 1918 in Sweden.
In 1974 ABV registered in Saudi Arabia and opened an office in Jeddah with a branch in Yanbu.
El Seif Engineering & Contacting
One of the kingdom’s oldest contracting firms, El Seid was initially in the commerce and transport sectors where it
held a large vehicle fleet, but then established in general contracting in the Kingdom in 1975, with branch offices
in Doha, Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Beirut.