SAUDI BUILD 2022
November 14 - November 17
14 to 17 November 2022
Riyadh International Convention & Exhibition Centre
The 32nd edition will offer you pre-planned opportunities to meet with your desired sector decision makers. Project owners, Consultants, Designers, Specifiers, Distributors, and Trade Buyers will source their post COVID needs at the Saudi Build 2022…
Based on the feedback of health authorities, and local and international sector leaders, a date was selected in anticipation of when, both locally and internationally, a robust post COVID building sector sustainable demandwill be underway… The rescheduling of the 32 Saudi Build to 14-17 November, 2022, is specially designed to provide enough time to mitigate the pandemic challenges, in the Kingdom and abroad, which will facilitate the return of the construction industry to its previous prominence.
Saudi Build 2022 will showcase:
- Latest building technologies
- Interiors & Finishing Materials
- Building Tools & Materials
- Heavy Equipment & Machinery
- Concrete Products & Technologies
- Stones & Ceramics
- Building Technologies & Innovations
- Lighting and electrical Accessories & Technologies
- Electro-Mechanical Solutions and Technologies
- Air-conditioning, Cooling & Ventilation
The event includes multiple activities to leverage your participation:
- Pre-event media for exhibitor promotion: Special pre-event media designed to excite decision makers
- about what is offered at the show…
- Targeted media, exceptional VIP visitor promotion, matching exhibitors with their relevant decision makers
- Lead Acquisition Apps: Latest smart technologies to capture targeted sales leads
- Workshops: Opportunities to facilitate understanding of your products and solutions when needed
Join industry leaders at the center of
the largest construction market in the Middle East…
A robust, sustainable, post COVID demand boom is underway for the building industry in the Kingdom… Saudi Build 2022, will showcase building solutions and technologies, that will enable more sustainable developments and healthier environments…
Over 1.3 trillion US$ in mega projects, and a private sector on the way to a sustainable,
resilient recovery, are driving the building sector widespread opportunities…
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is witnessing an unprecedented construction and urban mega projects boom that will reshape the future of the Kingdom and the region. Mega public and private sector projects funded by the Public Investment Fund, the Royal Commissions of the prime urban areas, the related Ministries, and a private sector that has been awaiting the post COVID period, are driving the sector large number of projects and opportunities. Exhibitors offering resilient, sustainable building technologies and solutions will participate in unmatched opportunities, in a post COVID robust recovery with projects valued at more than 1.3 TRILLION US$.
The Housing Program aims to raise home ownership…
411,000 housing Contracts valued at US$ 100 Billion
Since its launch, The Housing Program focused on setting new standards for the development of the housing sector in order to enable citizens to obtain various housing options. This support will increase the percentage of Saudi families that own houses. In the previous stage, the program was able to facilitate procedures of immediate entitlement for citizens to real-estate, instead of the 15-year waiting period, which doubled the movement of supply and demand in the program and its housing options and contributed to increasing the ownership rate from 47% in 2017 to 60% in 2020. In the next stage, the Housing Program will resume its efforts to increase the percentage of Saudi families owning houses to 70% by 2030. The widespread public and private sector developments are in a boom trying to close the gap between housing supply and related infrastructure and demand, offering opportunities for the sector that are well in excess of 100 billion US$.
Neom Project – US$ 500 Billion
Neom is a $500 billion high-tech city located in north-western Saudi Arabia. Major infrastructure work is on-going, including an airport, wind-turbines alternative energy network, extensive roads network, and housing facilities and tourism projects. Neom will house areas dedicated to the development of future technologies in 16 sectors. Amongst its projects will also be THE LINE futuristic city to be home to one million people. The project is planned for completion by 2025.
Qiddiya Project – US$ 8 Billion
Qiddiya City is an entertainment development project, spanning more than 334 square kilometers on the outskirts of Riyadh, offering a mix of attractions. Work has been under way on the $8 billion dollar project since January 2019, with the first phase slotted to open in 2023. Qiddiya will be home to more than 300 recreational and educational facilities.
Red Sea Project – US$ 8 Billion
This project is being built in a region spanning 30,000 square, and will provide 8,000 new hotel rooms once completed. The developers of the Red Sea Project want it to become one of the world’s most successful sustainable tourist resorts, with a zero waste-to-landfill-policy, 100 per cent carbon neutrality and a ban on single-use plastics.
Amaala Project – US$ 10 Billion
This mega-project along the Red Sea, is designed to establish a new luxury tourism destination. The development will consist of 1,800 hotel rooms and 900 private villas along with a retail area with 200 outlets. The 3,000-square-kilometre development will have its own airport and target luxury travelers.
Ad Diriyah Gate Project – US$ 17 Billion
Known as the ‘pearl of Saudi Arabia’, located on the outskirts of Riyadh, and is set to become a major tourist destination. The $17bn development will encompass several luxury resorts, including major international hotel brands, hundreds of dining and entertainment options.
King Salman Park Project – US$ 19 Billion
At four times the size of New York City’s Central Park, Riyadh’s King Salman Park will stretch over a 13.4 sq kilometer. The Park will have an arts section including theaters, cinemas, art academies, museums and space events and concerts, world-class, golf course, sports complex, entertainment games area and a water sports section. As well as 12,000 residential units, 16 hotels, food and retail area and libraries.
Al-Widyan Project US$ 5 Billion
Al-Widyan will become the capital’s cosmopolitan district, covering an area of 7 million sqm. The mixed-use city and leisure destination in Riyadh’s northern growth corridor will be split into 12 districts, with more than 50% of the land area dedicated to open space, anchored by large Central Park formed around Al-Widyan’s natural valley.
Sharaan Nature Reserve
A 925 square kilometer project that will include a luxury retreat, consisting of 25 suites, 10 pavilions and five resort-style residential estates. There will also be 40 additional residential estates, as well as an international summit center, restaurants and a luxury spa. Construction is expected to be completed in 2030.
Jeddah Metro Project – US$ 60 Billion
Saudi’s second city is set for its own metro system by 2025, with three lines currently under development. The US$ 60 billion project will take five years to be completed.
Makkah Public Transport US$ 28 Billion
Much like Riyadh and Jeddah, a new metro system and bus network is being developed in the holy city. The Makkah Public Transport Program will include a four-line metro covering 180km, with 88 serving stations designed to transport millions who visit the city each year. The metro is due to completed in six phases with the first phase operational by 2025.
This major Makkah development is one of the kingdom’s largest construction projects, covering an area of 40 hectares and costing $4.4bn. A mix of towering hotels and residential buildings. The eight-phase project will see the construction of a twin-tower hotel, a seven-star facility and multiple further hotel towers. In total, there will be 40 towers across a built-up area of approximately two million sqm.
Jeddah Tower – US$ 1.5 Billion
The Jeddah Tower will be the world’s tallest structure, will stand at an estimated height of one kilometer and estimated cost of US$ 1.5 billion. With more than 250 floors, Jeddah Tower will be a mix of residential units, serviced apartments and hotels, with a Four Seasons expected to open within.