RSG’s Rosewood Resort Project has officially awarded its design contract to Salco. The Saudi-based company officially inked the deal with Red Sea Global for the development at Triple Bay. Quite impressively, Salco boasts a 1,500-strong workforce. Moroever, the firm’s portfolio over the last five years, is reported to exceed $533 million.
In a nutshell, the project strives to implement a spectacular landscape for guests. As per the terms of the contract, the newly appointed Saudi-based firm will carry out softscape works. As a result, Salco is expected to transform the outdoor areas of the development in line with its design concept.
The resort’s location spans, right along the region’s west coast. It is acknowledged to be the center of global and regenerative tourism. Additionally, the Red Sea is home to delicate and diverse natural environments. As a whole, the development will form part of RSG’s Amaala destination.
RSG’s Rosewood Resort Overall Design
In total, RSG’s Rosewood Resort Project will feature 110 suites and rooms. Moreover, it will also include 25 luxury Rosewood residences. Taking it a step further, its location at Triple Bay will feature 100% renewable energy sources of power generation. Thus, an official statement noted that the development’s design incorporates sustainability elements. A press release statement said that all design and construction works will strictly focus on ensuring that turtles experience no interruptions. Therefore, construction activity will not take place around nesting site areas.
Fahad Al Balawi, the Head of construction at Amaala, while speaking about the contract award, expressed confidence in Salco, highlighting their expertise. On the other hand, Salco’s CEO said the firm is happy to join forces with Red Sea Global. Furthermore, Yehya Kreidieh noted that the company targets to deliver excellence with the incorporation of sustainability as well as total environmental stewardship.