TBH gains permanent base in Saudi Arabia with Riyadh office

03 February 2022 Consultancy-me.com 2 min. read
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Tracey Brunstrom and Hammond (TBH) has opened its first office in Saudi Arabia, and ninth globally, as the international consultancy aims to tap into growing demand for project delivery services in the Kingdom.

With more than a decade serving both public and private sector clients in Saudi Arabia via its regional offices in Dubai and Egypt, “the establishment of our new permanent office in Riyadh will enable us to provide an even greater level of support to our clients in the Kingdom,” said Christopher Nicolas, Director of TBH in the Middle East.

Australia-headquartered TBH provides a wide range of consulting and project execution services to developers, contractors, and consultants, including strategic advice, project controls, planning and scheduling, cost and risk management and dispute resolution services.

TBH opens an office in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

“We’re delighted to bring our international experience and local market knowledge to our expanding portfolio of Saudi-focused clientele,” said Nicolas.

Specialising in what Nicolas describes as “high-risk, large-scale, and complex projects”, TBH has among others built a track record across “several of the Kingdom’s leading giga-projects.” The 55-year-old consulting firm also helped oil giant Saudi Aramco with a number of infrastructure projects, including the extension of the Master Gas System (MGS) to the Western Province (in collaboration with Atkins).

TBH’s office in Riyadh is headed by Stephen Topp, who has been appointed General Manager for Saudi Arabia. He said: “We are excited to be opening our Riyadh office, reiterating our commitment to the region, and supporting the local market. Our skillset and offering uniquely places us to support the significant growth in the Kingdom’s construction, and infrastructure sectors as it embarks on some of the most ambitious projects globally.”

“We are looking forward to supporting our clients on the ground from Riyadh, led by Stephen and his team, and we look forward to helping play a role in the overall growth story of the Kingdom,” concluded Nicolas.

Last week, Irish-origin engineering consultancy ByrneLooby also opened an office in Riyadh.