The Royal Commission for the Holy City of Makkah and the Holy Sites conducted a workshop recently to discuss the most important solutions and amenities required by the Masar project’s contractor.
The workshop came out with several recommendations, the most important of which are:
- Aligning the project with the Royal Commission’s strategic plans and directions
- Working on a facility management operational model,
- listening to government agencies’ requirements
- Harmonizing the project’s studies with the studies of the Diouf al-Rahman program,
The Masar destination project is a multi-potential urban destination in Makkah Al-Mukarramah, with King Abdulaziz Road as its main nucleus.
The Masar project has a strategic dimension that intersects with the programs of Vision 2030, as it supports the program of serving the pilgrims,
The project accomplishes a variety of development goals by serving as the major entrance to the campus for walkers and cars, as well as providing a key road network that will boost the area’s future absorption.
The project set a deadline for its projects’ completion. The Masar destination’s infrastructure will be finished in 2022, the first development package will be finished in 2024, and the project’s building development will be finished in 2038.