24 - 26 September 2024

Riyadh International Convention
& Exhibition Center

Tap into a US 1 trillion-dollar pipeline of infrastructure projects

Saudi Arabia has announced a trillion-dollar pipeline of infrastructure projects aimed at diversifying the economy beyond oil and positioning the Kingdom as a global hub for investment and logistics in line with Saudi Vision 2030. The development agenda has created opportunities in a range of new areas such as smart cities, tourism, and clean energy with giga projects strategically located across the Kingdom.

The Economic Cities Authority, on the other hand, has been set up to rekindle investor interest in older economic cities projects in the Kingdom which aim to address specific social challenges like the shortage of affordable housing and efficient transportation among others.

This transformation offers a wide range of opportunities and Saudi Infrastructure Expo brings together government bodies, procurement professionals, owners, architects, consultants, and developers involved in the multiple infrastructure and giga projects to meet local and international suppliers to source products that they need to change the outlook of the country.

Upcoming projects in Saudi Arabia


Neom will be a US$500bn high-tech city and a flagship project of Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030. Spanning a total area of 26,500 square kilometers, it is being built on a site that is more than 35 times the size of Singapore and will contain more than 450km of coastline. The construction village will also contain green areas and sports facilities.


Riyadh Metro

The Riyadh Metro is one of the largest urban transport projects in the world, with six lines covering an area of 176km and 85 metro stations across the city.

The project is expected to cost more than $23bn and upon completion, the network will be capable of carrying 400,000 passengers daily using driverless trains.


Makkah Public Transport Programme

The Makkah Public Transport Programme will include a four-line metro covering 180km, with 88 serving stations designed to transport the millions who visit the holy city. The metro is due to completed in six phases over 20 years, with the first phase operational by 2025. Apart from the metro, the programme will also include several integrated bus networks.


Al Widyan

This city withing a city is poised to become Riyadh city’s cosmopolitan district, covering an area of 7mn square metres. The mixed-use city will be split into 12 districts, anchored by a large Central Park formed around Al Widyan’s natural wadis. The US$2.7bn development will be largely walkable, and feature entertainment, leisure, retail and education facilities, as well as homes and offices.


Jabal Omar

This major Makkah development is one of the Kingdom's largest construction projects, covering an area of 40 hectares and costing $4.4bn. The project will consist of a mix of towering hotels and residential buildings and will have the capacity to host up to 36,000 guests annually, increasing 100,000+ during Hajj season.


Ready to grow your business in Saudi Arabia?

Long-term business relationships are forged from face-to-face meetings where trust and quality can be conveyed faster than any other medium. By exhibiting at Saudi Infrastructure Expo you will have direct access to the thousands of key buyers and government officials in the Kingdom’s infrastructure industry.