The Red Sea Development Company has announced plans for the largest battery storage facility in the world to enable the entire site to be powered by renewable energy, 24 hours a day.
The Red Sea Development Company, the developer behind the one of the most ambitious regenerative tourism projects in the world, has awarded its highest-value contract to date.
Since the company’s inception in 2017, over 70 per cent of the total value of contracts have been awarded to Saudi firms, highlighting a commitment to strengthening the local economy.
The Red Sea Development Company has awarded a contract to the Helicopter Company in Riyadh for the provision and operation of an AW139 helicopter.
The agreement marks the start of a collaborative partnership intended to facilitate a series of initiatives across learning, development and research.
The Red Sea Development Company has awarded its largest value contract to date for airside infrastructure works at the project’s international airport. The facility is set to open in 2022.
The Red Sea Development Company has awarded a solid waste management contract to a joint venture between leading waste management company Averda and the Saudi Naval Support Company.
The Red Sea Development Company has signed a memorandum of understanding with the ministry of human resources and social development in Saudi Arabia.
Officials at the Red Sea Development Company have unveiled plans for a Coastal Village as part of the wider development. A key part of phase one of the project, the location has been finalised in partnership with HUTA Hegerfield and Saudconsulting Services and will cover a total area of 1.5 million square metres.
A paper detailing the marine spatial planning models that informed master planning of the Red Sea Project has been published in the scientific journal Frontiers in Marine Science.