TROJENA Infrastructure Deal Contract Awarded for the 4.4-Kilometers NEOM Time Travel Tunnel

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TROJENA Infrastructure deal contract has been awarded for the 4.4-Kilometers NEOM Time Travel Tunnel . Saudi Arabia’s NEOM has awarded the TROJENA infrastructure development contract to a joint venture. The joint venture includes local company Al-Ayuni Investments & Contracting, and Turkish Limak Holding. The scope of the contract awarded covers the construction of a tunnel as well as a freight depot. The scope also covers excavation works at TROJENA, a mountain destination 50 kilometers from Saudi Arabia’s Gulf of Aqaba Coast. Bidding companies submitted their interest for the Mechanical, Electrical, Instrumentation, Controls, and Automation (MEICA) contract in May.

The NEOM Time Travel Tunnel extends at 4.4 kilometers and includes twin-bored tunnels with an at-grade section, and ventilation shafts. The tunnels will link to TROJENA’s centerpiece development which include the Mirage Visitor Center, and the Vault. The project also includes excavation works which entail support for major tieback structures of anchor bays and anchor tunnels which will facilitate the construction of the suspension bridges as part of the development project. The freight depot will be constructed next to the Mirage Visitor center and will be known as the Mirage freight depot. The depot will provide access to the underground Time Travel Tunnel.

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TROJENA Aims to Redefine Luxury as a Unique Mountain Destination in NEOM.

TROJENA aims to be the center of luxury and redefine luxury by offering human-centrist experiences like no other. Situated at the heart of NEOM, it will be the Gulf’s first outdoor ski resort. The facility will also host world-class sporting events, cultural festivals, and even art exhibitions. The project will be rely entirely on renewable energy for power so as to protect the region’s rich cultural and environmental heritage. TROJENA is planned to be completed and open its doors to visitors and new residents in late 2026. There prospect is also that the project will be done in time to host the Asian Winter Games in 2029.