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    Alrabiah - Consulting Engineers

    Consulting Services
    Saudi Arabia - Eastern Province
    Employer (Private Sector)
    100-499 Employees


    Company Introduction
    Alrabiah Consulting Engineers was established in 1988 as a professional engineering firm based in Saudi Arabia with offices in Dammam, Riyadh, Jeddah and Yanbu. It combines the local Saudi professional expertise of ARP with the international experience and resources of COWI Consulting Engineers of Denmark through active technical association between the two companies.
    The Company has shown steady growth through careful marketing and selective tendering of projects best suited to the range of services offered. These services range from the early planning and conceptual development through detailed design and analysis; preparation of contractual documents, appraisal of costs; to construction supervision and quality assurance.
    Our Engineering services include
    * Buildings
    * Marine structures
    * Roads & Bridges
    * Airports
    * Electro-mechanical utilities

    Drawing on our substantial local and international experience and implementing this in the development of project specifications, combined with supervision of site activities, we aim to deliver the highest standards of service to a wide and varied client base here in Saudi Arabia.
    Besides the above main services, the company has forayed into specialised fields such as Cathodic Protection, Value Engineering, Project Cost Analyses, Risk Analysis, Contract Administration, Arbitration, Claims Preparation and Geographic Information Systems.
    Alrabiah Consulting Engineers are leaders in the field of structural investigation and rehabilitation; the core business on which the Company in Saudi Arabia was originally founded.
    Alrabiah Consulting Engineers are also successful Project Managers having undertaken many assignments including both new build and complicated rehabilitation projects. Our list of clients includes government organisations, semi-government authorities and the private sector.