The project calls for the construction of road and infrastructure work located at King Abdul Aziz Road Development (KAAR), Makkah, Saudi Arabia. King Abdul Aziz Road in the western part of the city of Makkah, extending for a length of 1,200,000 square meters from the western entrance of Makkah (the intersection of Jeddah highway with the third ring road) up to Jabal Omar Project and passes through some unplanned settlements.
The scope of work includes 9.5 kilometers of roads, a 60 meters wide pedestrian boulevard, public realm, street furniture, retail facilities, landscape and hardscape, 4 multi-story public parking structures, bridges, overpasses, underpasses, highway structures, retaining walls, bus rapid transit (BRT) facilities/infrastructure, metro stations and lines (core and shell) and utilities including water distribution and collection systems, firefighting system, storm drainage system, electrical, mechanical and telecommunication networks.
King Abdul Aziz Road (KAAR) project is one of the most important development projects of an ambitious Government program to be implemented in Makkah, Saudi Arabia.
The KAAR development fully supports upgrading the existing infrastructure, creating a major movement axis in Makkah, supporting a prominent gateway to the holy city, specifically the haram area and deploying future transportation technologies. KAAR project is aunique urban theme to support religious, social and commercial activities all year round.