(MENAFN) Saudi Arabia and the Gulf area have witnessed a massive change in the idea of city constructing with advanced infrastructure preparations taking into account methods to develop citizens lives and capabilities as opposed to “purely a functional response,” in line with a UK-located building professional.
“It’s all about how can you create a terrific sense of being in a city and having a great experience,” as stated by Daniel Hajjar, head principal for Europe and the Middle East at HOK — an international architecture and engineering company.
“Particularly in Saudi Arabia, you’re seeing a lot more use of those types of facilities, because there’s a lot more encouragement to sort of knock down both physical and figurative walls within the Kingdom. And I think that’s a very good thing, as it’s only a matter of time before you will begin to see, and you’re already seeing it, much more engagement from Saudis in their own country,” he informed Arab News in a latest exclusive meeting.
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