Red Sea Global, the developer of ambitious tourism destinations such as the Red Sea Project and AMAALA, announced on Thursday it had awarded the design contract of Rosewood Hotels and Resort at Triple Bay to SALCO.

According to a press release, RSG selected SALCO as the contractor because of its expertise in delivering extraordinary outdoor spaces.

Established in 1982, SALCO specializes in external works, site development, infrastructure, utilities, landscape, and irrigation. With a team of 1,500 people, the company has delivered projects exceeding SR2 billion ($533 million) over the last five years.

Commenting on the contract, Fahad Al-Balawi, head of construction at AMAALA, said they are delighted to appoint SALCO for softscape works.

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The Project of Implementing Rainwater Drainage System for Al-Asala Area. (Explanatory Video).


The Project of Implementing Rainwater Drainage System for Al-Tayseer Area – Phase One. (Explanatory Video).



Wadi Safar – Diriyah Gate Development Authority (DGDA)



Diriyah, a 7 km2 mega development project, is a mixed-use historic, culture and lifestyle destination. Becoming the Kingdom’s historic and cultural heart, Diriyah will proudly showcase to the world Saudi Arabia’s 300+ years of history through an engaging and inspiring set of heritage, hospitality, education, retail and dining experiences for residents, tourists and frequent visitors.

Wadi Safar, one of the major district areas in Diriyah, is to be developed as a mix of residential, leisure and commercial land use including residential farm plots, hotels, nursery and other leisure and entertainment facilities. SALCO has been awarded by DGDA the Design and Construction of a Temporary Nursery, which shall itself be located within Wadi Safar development project, west of Riyadh city.


Scope of Work

Works will be undertaken in two Phases:

  • Phase 1 – Construction of Nursery
  • Phase 2 – Operation & Maintenance of Nursery / Tree Management for 2 Years

The Nursery Construction is comprised of the following main components:

  1. Nursery Site Construction
    • Site Grading                 70,000 m2
    • Parking and roads                 5,000 m2
    • Site Lighting                 25 Nos
    • Fencing & Gates                 1,200 m
    • Irrigation network & Utilities                 60,000 m2


  1. Construction of Nursery Management Buildings
    • Office Building + Messing Facilities                 300 m2
    • Storage Facility                 100 m2
    • Soil Mixing Shed + Washdown area                 200 m2
    • Open in-ground area                                 60,000 m2

The Operation & Maintenance / Tree Management is comprised of the following services:

  1. Operation & Maintenance / Tree Management
    • Survey, Health Checking & Tagging of Trees >50,000 Nos
    • Disposal of diseased trees
    • Treatment for palm trees against red weevils
    • Palm/Shade Trees Transplanting in Nursery >10,000 Nos
    • Watering, Pruning & Maintenance of Trees >24 Months

The development of prince Majid park and walkway on a total area estimated more than 120,000 m2 to be constructed within 24 months. It will include the largest children’s play area in the city and on a big area which will reach 8,000 m2, supported by public and smart services. The park also consists of a green area, toilets, sports club, public areas, and car parking, in addition to the Fountains, restaurants, and place dedicated to childcare.

Design and construction of phase one for Jeddah Economic City, within a period of six months. The work consists of: Soil work, irrigation system and accessories, kerb stone work, planting of palm trees and trees, tile works for the external sidewalk, road marking work, sign boards, traffic light, part of the electric poles, and the adjacent external sidewalk with Jeddah Municipality.


The visit of Makkah Gov. Prince Khalid Al-Faisal accompanied by Jeddah Gov. Prince Mishaal bin Majed,

to the Prince Majid Park development project.

Construction progress at Southern Dunes Project