Cape awarded new Saudi scaffold contract

Cape plc, an international leader in the provision of critical industrial services to the energy and natural resources sectors, is delighted to announce its Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) subsidiary, Cape R B Hilton, has been awarded a contract by Nasser S Al Hajri (NSH) to provide 120,000 m2 of suspended scaffold on the Sulphur Recovery Unit project at Saudi Aramco’s Fadhili Gas Plant.

The Saudi Aramco Fadhili Gas Program in the Eastern Province of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is planned to have a total processing capacity of 2.5 billion standard cubic feet per day and comprises onshore Khursaniyah upstream facilities, the Fadhili downstream pipelines, a residential camp and industrial support facilities. The new Fadhili Gas Plant will be built approximately 30 kilometres southwest of the existing Khursaniyah Gas Plant.

Established in 1978, NSH is the leading industrial contractor within KSA having in excess of 100,000 employees operating globally in its group.

Paul Cockerill, Managing Director KSA & Bahrain commented: “This scaffold contract award is a significant strategic win for Cape R B Hilton, it’s an important stepping stone into the Fadhili Gas Plant Project with one of our major clients with whom we have had a long and successful relationship. We are committed to delivering a safe and reliable service and will look to secure additional work packages at this prestigious project.”

About Cape:

Cape, which is premium listed on the main market of the London Stock Exchange, is an international leader in the provision of critical industrial services principally to the energy and natural resources sectors. Our multi-disciplinary service offering includes access, insulation, engineering and specialist coatings and fireproofing, environmental services, heat exchanger replacement and refurbishment, storage tanks and refractory. In 2016, Cape employed c.16,100 people working across 23 countries and reported revenue of £863.5 million.