Zamil Steel Construction wins SAR 23M contract for the SEC PP14 Power Plant in Riyadh

Tuesday, 19th July 2016

Zamil Steel Construction Company (ZSCC), a subsidiary of Zamil Industrial Investment Co. (Zamil Industrial), has been awarded a new contract valued at SAR 23.1 million by Chinese contractor Sepco 3 for the Riyadh Power Plant 14 (PP 14) project in the central region of Saudi Arabia.

The contract calls for the erection of the main structural steel at the site of the PP 14 combined cycle power plant project, which is owned by Saudi Electricity Company and located near Riyadh.

The project will require an extraordinary level of attention to detail due to complex safety and security requirements, which must be satisfactorily completed within a challenging time frame.

The PP 13 and PP 14 power plants are considered one of the largest power projects in the Kingdom, with each of the facilities demonstrating a capacity of between 1,600 and 1,950 megawatts.

"As demand for energy rises across Saudi Arabia, we are excited to join with Sepco and the Saudi Electricity Company in efforts to expand infrastructure and build new components that will provide reliable and efficient sources of electricity for decades to come,' said Mohammed Al Sahib, director of ZSCC. "Our unique blend of project management and coordination skills enables us to provide our client with the services needed to ensure timely and accurate completion of this prestigious project."