MANAMA — Jabal Omar Development will be the main topic of Gulf’s analysis program, offering the latest developments surrounding the project. As part of Gulf Projects and Tenders, the analysis of Jabal Omar Development seminar will take place on April 28 and runs between 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. at the Bahrain International Exhibition Center.

Gulf is the virtual home of Gulf Projects and Tenders, the GCC’s project knowledge database. The Gulf Project Information service draws on the accumulated market knowledge of the Al Hilal Group, one of the GCC’s most respected trade publishers with over 40 years’ of experience across construction, infrastructure, oil and gas, industrial and other key sectors.

“Saudi Arabia is currently home to the GCC’s largest construction industry. And with Bahrain as an international gateway to Saudi, we experience a traffic of companies all over the world seeking business opportunities starting in Bahrain. Gulf Projects analysis program of project updates helps companies and investors review their business development strategies,” said Ahmed Suleiman, Director of HCE.

The $3.2 billion project by Jabal Omar Development Company (JODC) from Saudi Arabia is located in Makkah around the Grand Mosque and compromises of 5 phases.

“The objective of the seminar is to provide companies with leads to meet their needs and demands in the industry. Our team will provide a detailed insight on specific products and services, who to contact including project updates,” said Abdul Muneer, Senior Analyst of Gulf

The Jabal Omar Development project includes 40 residential towers that accommodates up to 160,000 pilgrims and a large prayer to hold 200,000 worshippers.

The development will be divided into two areas, the northern area includes fourteen 6-storey buildings, a 6-storey prayer building and southern area with includes the other towers. Construction is scheduled for completion in the year 2020.

gulfBID takes place along-side two other major Exhibitions- gulf Interiors and Gulf Property Show thus ensuring the continued success of the biggest integrated business-to-business showcase for the construction, interiors and property sectors ever to be staged in the Northern Gulf.