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New Royal Commission headquarters finish phase one.

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The Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu (RCJY) has completed phase one of the new Royal Commission Headquarters, according to the organisation's chief executive officer.

The project, a 20-storey office tower with two levels of underground parking, is being built across 56,000m 2 in the Fahd district of Yanbu Industrial City.

Al bin Abdullah Nassif told Zawya: "Phase one of the project includes the initial preparations and the laying down of foundations, has been completed."

Both the construction and MEP on the $80m project are being carried out by Beijing Construction Engineering Group, which secured the contracts in 2012.

Nassif added: "The project complies with the international standards for green buildings."

The RCJY headquarters projects is set to be complete by 2014.


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Date:Jan 28, 2013
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