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SSH opens architecture office in Saudi Arabia

Architecture and engineering consultancy SSH is further expanding its presence within the Saudi Arabian market with a new office in Riyadh, Construction Week reported.

The company initially opened a satellite office in late 2016 and will now move into bigger offices in the capital to continue to cater to a growing number of clients across the kingdom.

SSH made the announcement at the Arabian Hotel Investment Conference Saudi Arabia (AHIC KSA), held in Riyadh this week.

“We are very excited to have exhibited at AHIC KSA for the first time,” said Danny Warde, regional director – KSA at SSH.

“Saudi Arabia is a vibrant, growing market where SSH has already made many new collaborations and partnerships with prestigious companies in the kingdom.

“With our recent expansion into this market, we presented our expertise in delivering hospitality projects and aim to forge new ties with hotel developers and operators,” he added.

SSH’s new museum complex in Kuwait was recently inaugurated, and is the newest addition to what is to become a cultural district within country’s capital, Kuwait City, alongside the Sheikh Jaber Al Ahmad Cultural Centre, also designed by SSH.