Jubail Industrial city looking north
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Jubail University College, which is due for completion in 2017 is aiming to achieve a LEED gold rating, MEED’s Saudi Mega Projects’ sustainability, energy efficiency and clean energy day was told this afternoon.
“Jubail University College was designed to achieve LEED silver,” said Royal Commission for Jubail director of engineering Ahmad Hassan. “But using the design principles we have adopted, we should easily be able to get to gold.”
Hassan said the additional LEED points would come through the efficiency of construction and waste recycling.
The college is designed to have 18,000 students and is the largest single building complex in Jubail Industrial City’s expansion plan.
Saudi Mega Projects is being held the Riyadh Intercontinental Hotel on 8-10 December 2015. The strategic event partner is SABB; the gold sponsor is Conrac; the silver sponsor is Autodesk and the bronze sponsor is Pace. Viewpoint is lunch sponsor. The conference sponsors are Hill International; Aconex and Atheeb. Exhibitors are Sika, Salfo Engineering & Management Consultants, Arminox, PAL and Effat University.