Dubai company to build Haj camp in Saudi

Al Baddad signs deal for 270,000sqm camp

Dubai-based Al Baddad has signed a five-year agreement with the National Instruments Foundation of Saudi Arabia for building a 270,000 square metre camp for Haj pilgrims.

The contract was signed by Zayed Al Baddad, CEO of Baddad Holding, and Hisham Rawa of National Instruments at Baddad International’s headquarters in Dubai.

Baddad said the camp will be built with environment-friendly materials which are 100 per cent recyclable. The camp’s design will avoid use of columns for areas up to 500 square metres, he added.

The company will also be providing power generators, air conditioning and lighting during the Hajj season of the current year, he added.

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