Prince Faisal reviews construction, stalled projects in Al Qassim

The governor of Saudi’s Al-Qassim region, HRH Prince Dr Faisal bin Mishaal bin Saud bin Abdulaziz, reviewed the ongoing under-construction projects as well as stalled projects in the region during a field committee meeting in the presence of the deputy governor of the region, Dr Abdulrahman Al-Waizzan; the head of the committee, Eng Abdul Rahman Al-Arfaj; and other committee members.

HRH Prince Faisal pored over construction work that’s progressing on the King Abdullah Road and the Ali bin Abi intersection in the Al-Qassim region.

In addition, the governor also reviewed ongoing work on the Talib and King Faisal projects in Buraidah; the maternity and children’s hospital project in Al-Rass governorate.

HRH Prince Faisal also called for the completion of stalled education-based projects in the governorates of Al-Rass, Al-Bukayriyah, and Al-Mudhanb.

According to the state-run, Saudi Press Agency, the governor discussed the challenges faced by government and service agencies in the Al-Qassim region and called for appropriate solutions to overcome them.

The governor of Al-Qassim Region directed the committee to follow-up on the maintenance and beautification of implemented projects; to cooperate with the Council of Engineers in the region; to commit to high quality standards; and to support sustainable bids and projects.

Prince Faisal bin Mishaal emphasised the importance of enhancing infrastructure and the quality of life in the region. The government is supporting infrastructure and service projects in the region as part of its commitment to full the goals of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030.

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