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أمر ملكي: 11 ملعبا رياضيا جديدا في 11 مدينة سعودية
الملاعب الجديدة على غرار "الجوهرة".. بسعة 45 ألف متفرج

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أمر خادم الحرمين الشريفين الملك عبد الله بن عبد العزيز إنشاء أحد عشر استاداً رياضياً في أحد عشر مدينة، على غرار ما تم إنجازه في مدينة الملك عبد الله الرياضية في جدة، في الاستاد الملقب بالجوهرة، والذي يحمل اسم الملك عبد الله.
وجاء في بيان رسمي أن العاهل السعودي الملك عبد الله أمر بالمشاريع الرياضية الجديدة دعماً للرياضة والشباب. وستوزع الاستادات الرياضية الجديدة على معظم مناطق البلاد، ما عدا الرياض وجدة، اللتان تحتضنان أكبر استادين رياضيين.
والاستادات الرياضية الجديدة ستكون في المدينة المنورة، القصيم، المنطقة الشرقية، عسير، تبوك، حائل، عرعر، جازان، نجران، الباحة وسكاكا.
وجاء في البيان الملكي: "ويأتي هذا الدعم استمراراً لحرص خادم الحرمين الشريفين - يرعاه الله - على أبنائه المواطنين في كل أمر يعود بالفائدة عليهم، وإعطاء كل منطقة حقها من التنمية في كافة المجالات. وسوف يبدأ العمل - إن شاء الله - في هذا المشروع الكبير فوراً على أن ينتهي في أقرب مدة ممكن".
يذكر أن السعودية افتتحت قبل شهر استاد مدينة الملك عبد الله في جدة، في واحد من أجمل التحف المعمارية في المنطقة، ويتسع ملعبه الرئيس لأكثر من سبعين ألف متفرج بخلاف مرافقه الأخرى، فيما تضم العاصمة الرياض استاد الملك فهد الدولي الذي يتسع لأكثر من سبعين ألف متفرج وتم افتتاحه عام 1988.
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Eastern Province is not a city ....
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^^ this video is more about the king than the project.
This will never happen..
اتمنى بلادنا تفوز باستضافة كأس اسيا ٢٠١٩ ان شاء الله يا رب
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Feast your eyes on this:

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This Awe-Inspiring Stadium Is Now the Biggest Dome Ever Built



If huge spaces freak you out (looking at you, agoraphobes), look away now. Singapore's huge new stadium, SportsHub, just clinched the title for the largest free-spanning dome structure ever built—stretching more than 1,010 feet across at its widest point.

Designed by Arup, AECOM, and DPArchitects, this sprawling development doesn't just include a 55,000-seat stadium—there's also a network of pedestrian and cycling trails, infrastructure to hold all manner of games from cricket to rugby, a pool and a water park, a skate park, volleyball courts, space for canoeing and kayaking, a mall, and a huge rock climbing wall. And more. In short, it's its own city devoted to sports.



So, what about this dome? Well, it's a retractable roof that spans 1,017 feet at its widest point, and it can convert from one mode to another in only 48 hours. "Economy of means is a key characteristic of the main dome structure itself which uses one-third of the steel weight per square meter when compared to other large span structures of this scale," the architects told ArchDaily, explaining that the stadium is unusually efficient, regardless of its size. Hopefully Qatar and Tokyo are taking notes. [ArchDaily; Images via DP Architects]



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and its in a setting which looks well developed rather than in the middle of some desert. looks like it would be as fun to chill out in the area around the stadium (which is what was cool about the London Olympics venue)
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خيالك ماله داعي.. عبيت الصفحة عالفاضي
أو يمكن أسعار الملاعب بدون فساد.... إحنا متعودين على أرقام خيالية.
i could be wrong.
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I'v rushed and created this thread : DHAHRAN | PREP | Dhahran Stadium (45,000) I'm from Dhahran and thought i'd beat everyone to it :cheers:

I'v updated the international thread : SAUDI ARABIA - Stadium and Arena Development News Keep it updated, it will generate more activity here

Should have those up once we get more news on each

  1. DHAHRAN | PREP | Dhahran Stadium (45,000) < Aramco is located in Dhahran and i feel it may get a lot of attention
  2. MEDINA | PREP | Medina Stadium (45,000)
  3. QASSIM | PREP | Qassim Stadium (45,000)
  4. ASIR | PREP | Asir Stadium (45,000)
  5. TABUK | PREP | Tabuk Stadium (45,000)
  6. HAIL | PREP | Hail Stadium (45,000)
  7. ARAR | PREP | Arar Stadium (45,000)
  8. NAJRAN | PREP | Najran Stadium (45,000)
  9. BAHA | PREP | Baha Stadium (45,000)
  10. JOUF | PREP | Jouf Stadium (45,000)
  11. JIZAN | PREP | Jizan Stadium (45,000)
Lets hope they pick good names for these 11, naming everything after the king or some prince is a habit that has to stop. Jeddah's stadium الجوهرة was a great start.
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This article is a joke :lol:
ألِيم;116725779 said:
مقترحات مميزة لملعب القصيم الدولي

قدم المجلس البلدي التابع لأمانة القصيم نماذج مميزة لمواقع مرشحة في أملاك حكومية

وحصلت «عكاظ» على نماذج المواقع ومميزاتها التي أعدت بطرق احترافية.

ذكر رياضيون وجماهير أنه موقع بعيد جدا عن الكثافة السكانية وعن مصدر القوة الرياضية في المنطقة مما قد يؤدي إلى ضعف الاستفادة منه مستقبلا خصوصا في الحضور الجماهيري


INTERVIEW | Saudi contractors eye lion's share of sport stadiums contracts


Saudi contractors could secure a significant number of contracts under a project to build 11 new sport stadiums in the kingdom if Saudi Aramco offers them in smaller parcels, said Fahd Al-Hammadi, chairman of the National Committee for Contractors at the Council of Saudi Chambers.
Oil-giant Saudi Aramco, which is managing the project, has not disclosed costs of the 11 stadiums but has said they would have a seating capacity of 45,000 people each and must be completed within two years after they are launched in early 2015.

Hammadi told Zawya in an interview that he expected the cost to reach more than SAR 20 billion (USD 5.33 billion) and that the projects would boost demand for construction material by around 30%.

He also reiterated calls for the establishment of a government authority to tackle problems facing the local contracting sector, which has been impacted by new labor regulations and delayed government projects.

Following are excerpts of the interview.
Q: What is the estimated cost of the planned 11 sport stadiums and do you think national firms will win some of these contracts?

Hammadi: The Saudi contracting sector has the resources and ability to execute the 11 stadiums ordered by King Abdullah, given its solid experience which has grown over time by working with international firms on many projects in the kingdom..

For this reason, we expect Saudi contractors to grab the lion's share of these projects, which we estimate to cost more than SAR 20 billion (USD5.33 billion).
These are very large and strategic projects that will give a strong push to the domestic economy and boost the construction materials, infrastructure and industries markets by more than 30%.

Q: Are there any problems facing the Saudi contracting sector that could pose obstacles to implementation of the stadium projects?

Hammadi: Despite challenges such as faltering and stalled projects, the Saudi contracting sector managed to grow by nearly 8% last year. The problems were due to funding reasons in the absence of a specialized entity looking after the sector.

I am optimistic that Saudi companies will grab the lion's share of the projects pie. We now have to work to ensure as many Saudi companies as possible are awarded parts of those contracts.

Q: How would you describe the recent meeting held between Saudi contractors and Saudi Aramco, which oversees the stadium projects?

Hammadi: I was a successful meeting and we are optimistic about the results...and it is important to grant parts of the contracts to the biggest possible number of (Saudi players) in the sector.

We expect a good outcome from the participation of contractors, engineering consultancies and services companies to successfully deliver these projects.

Q: What is your assessment of the construction sector in Saudi Arabia?

Hammadi: Saudi Arabia is witnessing an infrastructure boom, which is reflected in the massive projects being executed, including universities, colleges, roads, rail and other projects.

These projects have largely stimulated the market for building materials such as cement, steel and others...but the contracting sector is still facing the problem of delayed and stalled project.

Our statistics show that around 20 % of the projects carried out by local contractors have stalled, while 30% have been delayed.

For this reason, we reiterate our calls for the creation of a supreme council for contractors to tackle such issues and believe that without such a council, the contracting sector will not play the role required from it.

But I can say that there is no danger facing Saudi contracting firms, mainly the large ones, as nearly 80% of them do not have financial liabilities.

We also believe there is a need for the local banks to better support the contracting sector through extending loans and other measures.
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مخاوف في المنطقة الشرقية من ابتلاع
العقاريين أرض المدينة الرياضية

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Dhahran Stadium (45,000) <<

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غرفة الشرقية تدعو إلى إشراك المقاول السعودي في إنشاء الملاعب الجديدة
Google translate:
The Commission on Contracting in the East Room on the importance of finding a suitable formula to enter the major national companies as contractors in the creation and construction of stadiums eleven intends General Presidency for Youth Welfare created in a number of regions of the Kingdom, to implement the royal command in this regard. And saw members of the Committee at their recent meeting yesterday that the stadiums national projects, serving the youth sector in the Kingdom, should fall within the localization strategy adopted by the wise government, and that intervention in support of the private sector institutions, and check additional value to the national economy, by attracting more national experiences of engineers and contractors Saudis and others in the implementation of national projects. She explained that Saudi companies have the potential good that qualifies them for the implementation of these projects, or participate in its implementation. On the other hand, the Committee expressed reservations on the step taken by the Indian government and the judge to impose a minimum salaries of Indian labor, and felt that this decision hurt the Saudi companies, although salaries Arabia for employment the highest among the GCC countries.

أكدت لجنة المقاولات في غرفة الشرقية على أهمية إيجاد صيغة مناسبة لدخول الشركات الوطنية كمقاولين رئيسيين في إنشاء وتشييد الملاعب الأحد عشر التي تزمع الرئاسة العامة لرعاية الشباب إنشاءها في عدد من مناطق المملكة، تنفيذا للأمر الملكي السامي بهذا الخصوص. ورأى أعضاء اللجنة في اجتماعهم الأخير أمس الأول أن الملاعب مشروعات وطنية، تخدم قطاع الشباب في المملكة، وينبغي أن تدخل ضمن استراتيجية التوطين التي تتبناها الحكومة الرشيدة، وأن تدخل في إطار دعم مؤسسات القطاع الخاص، وتحقق قيمة إضافية للاقتصاد الوطني، من خلال استقطاب المزيد من الخبرات الوطنية من المهندسين والمقاولين السعوديين وغيرهم في تنفيذ المشروعات الوطنية. وأوضحت أن الشركات السعودية تملك الإمكانات الجيدة التي تؤهلها لتنفيذ هذه المشاريع، أو المشاركة في تنفيذها. وعلى صعيد آخر، أبدت اللجنة تحفظا على الخطوة التي اتخذتها الحكومة الهندية والقاضية بفرض حد أدنى لرواتب العمالة الهندية، ورأت أن هذا القرار يضر الشركات السعودية، رغم أن الرواتب السعودية للعمالة الأعلى بين دول مجلس التعاون الخليجي.
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^^ please post in english :)
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I'd rather we dismiss the 'article'.
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Why aren't they building GYMs there ?
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Nine contracting groups were invited to submit bids, with a select list for each stadium. The bids will be opened privately.

Contractors invited to bid:​

Medina
•El-Seif Engineering & Contracting (local)/Bam (Netherlands)
•Nesma & Partners (local)/Salini Impregilo (Italy)
•Saudi Binladin Group (SBG) (local)/Eiffage (France)

Qassim
•El-Seif Engineering & Contracting/Bam
•SBG/Eiffage
•Nesma & Partners/Salini Impregilo

Dammam
•Nasser al-Hajri (local)/Vinci (France)
•Bouygues (France)/Almabani (local)/Al-Rushaid Construction Company (local)
•Al-Muhaideb Trading & Contracting (local)/Six Construct (Belgium)

Asir
•Vinci/Nasser al-Hajiri
•Baytur (Turkey)/Clark Construction (US)
•Besix/Al-Muhaideb Trading & Contracting

Tabuk
•SBG/Eiffage
•Consolidated Contractors Company (CCC) (Athens-based)/Strabag (Austria)
•Samsung C&T (South Korea)/Azmeel Contracting (local)

Hail
•CCC/Strabag
•Baytur/Clark Construction
•Nesma & Partners/Salini Impregilo

Arar
•SBG/Eiffage
•CCC/Strabag
•Bouygues/Al-Rushaid Construction Company/Almabani (local)
•Baytur/Clark Construction

Jizan
•Vinci/Nasser al-Hajiri
•Bouygues/Al-Rushaid Construction Company/Almabani
•Nesma & Partners/Salini Impregilo
•Sixco/Al-Muhaideb Trading & Contracting

Najran
•El-Seif Engineering & Contracting/Bam
•SBG/Eiffage
•CCC/Strabag
•Samsung C&T/Azmeel Contracting

Baha
•CCC/Strabag
•Samsung C&T/Azmeel Contracting
•Vinci/Nasser al-Hajiri

Al-Jouf
•El-Seif Engineering & Contracting/Bam
•SBG/Eiffage
•CCC/Strabag
•Bouygues/Al-Rushaid Construction Company/Almabani
•Nesma & Partners/Salini Impregilo

The bidders have been asked to submit their rates for work as Aramco has fast-tracked the scheme and the final designs have yet to be completed. The oil company had earlier been planning to tender the work in November.

Aramco is currently evaluating bids from project management firms.

Project management bidders are understood to include:
•Dar al-Handasah (Lebanon)
•Faithful & Gould (UK)
•Hill International (US)
•Jacobs (US)
•SNC Lavalin (Canada)
•WorleyParsons (Australia)

It is understood that Aramco intends to appoint four firms to manage the construction of the 11 stadiums.

Three of the selected companies will manage the development of three stadiums each and a fourth firm will manage the construction of two stadiums.

The stadiums are expected to cost at least $400m each to build, meaning the overall programme will cost more than $4.4bn. The contractors have been asked to bid for all the stadiums, with a maximum of two awarded to each company. The 18-month deals will be due for completion in June 2016.

Aramco is building the stadiums as part of a King Abdullah Programme to improve sports facilities in the kingdom.

http://www.meed.com/sectors/constru...ctors-bid-for-aramco-stadiums/3196522.article
لا تلوم الموقع لوم الشخص اللي رفع البوست و اللي صدق على طول
^^

ثقتي بتويتر تقل يوم بعد يوم .. شكرا على التوضيح
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