Saudi Arabian Glass completes $30 million in projects

Saudi American Glass (SAG) said recently its workers have completed over $30 million in projects throughout Saudi Arabia.

"Saudi American Glass enjoys strategic leadership in the architectural flat glass sector in Saudi Arabia, and the impressive project portfolio on hand is a testimony of the company's growing market domination, thanks to its reputation for quality glass products," SAG Executive President Rizwanullah Khan said. "The company is associated with iconic developments in Saudi Arabia, which is a key growth market."

Newly finished projects include Amoudi Tower in Jeddah, the Intelligence Department Building in downtown Jeddah, Al Othaim Mall, Zinji Juffair Tower in Bahrain and Waseel Hills Compound in Riyadh.

Additionally, SAG workers designed windows made of gold-coated glass with Islamic screen printing for the General Audit Bureau headquarters in Riyadh.

The company has been contracted for several more projects, including security buildings for Saudi Arabia's Ministry of Interior, Movenpick Hotel in Riyadh, AKH Tower in Al Khobar, Dr. Faqeeh Hospital in Riyadh and a new compound for Jaddoue Group in Riyadh. SAG also has entered into an agreement with United Kingdom-based company Smartglass International to become the company's exclusive partner in the Middle East.

SAG is an arm of Dubai Investments PJSC specializing in architectural high-performance flat glass.

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