Construction Week ranked five of the U.S.-Saudi Business Council’s members in their annual Power 100 list, which judges each company by their accomplishments and ongoing projects. Council member IHCC, led by Sultan Sobhi Batterjee, is a new entry in Construction Week’s Power 100 list. With 15 different projects under construction, including mega medical cities in Makkah, Dammam, and Alexandria, IHCC has been ranked a commendable 15th place. Other USSBC members in the list include: El Seif Engineering company, led by Khaled Musaed El Seif; NEOM, led by Nahdi Al-Nasr; Parsons, led by Pierre Santoni; and Bechtel, led by David Welch. El Seif Engineering Contracting Company continued its appearance in the Power 100 list, ranking 20th this year. El Seif has been responsible for working on some of the Kingdom’s most iconic buildings in recent years and has consistently provided construction services at a top level. The $500 billion megaproject NEOM ranked 22nd on the basis of its successful partnership with USSBC member Air Products and Chemicals and Saudi-based ACWA Power, in addition to recently granting contracts to USSBC member Bechtel and AECOM. Council member Parsons Corporation ranked 29th based off their successful projects in the Emirates, Saudi Arabia, and Qatar – Parsons supports the Qiddiya gigaproject and the Yanbu Industrial City and has been awarded massive contracts such as King Salman Park, Riyadh Sports Boulevard, and the Diriyah Gate infrastructure. Bechtel rose six places from last year’s position to rank 30th after a very successful year overseeing major projects in Saudi Arabia that include the Riyadh Metro and Jubail Industrial City.
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