As part of their roles across the 4,155km2 Phase 1 development, Binyah will carry out the excavation, backfilling, and earthworks required to achieve the formation levels and grading of the Triple Bay masterplan.
Parsons will take on the role of engineer, and supervise the execution works currently underway across Phase 1 of Triple Bay.
AMAALA’s environmental team will guide Binyah and Parsons on the site to oversee all stages of development, ensuring work is being carried out within its sustainability and environmental guidelines.
Commenting on the appointments, AMAALA’s chief executive officer, Nicholas Naples, said Binyah and Parsons will oversee “the on-ground implementation” of Phase 1 of the Triple Bay masterplan.
“We are very pleased with the progress to date and have welcomed the expertise and experience both Parsons and Binyah have brought to the development of the destination,” said Naples.
“We celebrated a milestone moment in our history when work onsite began, and we are looking forward to working closely together to bring our vision for Triple Bay to life.”
Binyah’s chief executive officer, Eng. Fahad Al-Mesfir, described the agreement as a “strategic turning point” for the company and marks its first business partnership with AMAALA, while Parsons’ managing director of Saudi Arabian Parsons Limited, Ken Murray, said it was “thrilled” to join the delivery team.