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LEO A DALY opens new office in Riyadh

LEO A DALY has celebrated the opening of its second office in the Middle East. Located in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, the latest office will be headed by regional manager Jay N. Kline and specialise in infrastructure, housing, healthcare and education projects. Prior to this exciting venture, Kline concentrated on a number of federal schemes, working for clients such as the Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, and the Department of Veterans Affairs.

Executive Vice President of international firm LEO A DALY, Charles Dalluge, explains the reasons behind the new opening: “Saudi Arabia is a fast-growing economy and is investing in its infrastructure, hospitals and universities. We have worked with Saudi clients on a diverse portfolio of large-scale projects since the 1970s and we believe opening this regional office will help us play a significant role in fulfilling the country’s needs.”

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