Today, the Governor of Al-Ahsa, Prince Saud bin Talal bin Badr, inaugurated 11 construction projects affiliated with the Education Department in the governorate, including 15 new school buildings, at a cost of 91 million riyals, distributed over the cities, villages and deserts of Al-Ahsa Governorate, at the headquarters of the First Primary School for Early Childhood in Hofuf.
The governor pointed out that these projects come within the efforts of the wise government to advance the education sector, create an ideal educational environment for male and female students, and achieve the goals of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030.
For his part, Director of the Education Department in Al-Ahsa Governorate, Hamad Al-Essa, explained that the inauguration of His Highness the Governor of Al-Ahsa for new projects reflects his keenness and interest in the progress of the educational process and the creation of a suitable environment for male and female students, pointing to the care and attention that the education sector receives. Being a basis for progress and an assistant in building generations in accordance with the strategies and objectives of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030.
In turn, the Executive Director of the regional office of the Tatweer Building Company in the Eastern Region, Eng. Saud Al-Sheikh, stated that the educational projects of the Tatweer Building Company “TBC” in Al-Ahsa Governorate are distinguished qualitative models with new construction technology and modern designs in terms of models and advanced vital educational facilities, indicating that 3 buildings have been established. Educational buildings at a cost of 27 million riyals, with a capacity of more than 1,950 male and female students, with classrooms of up to 65 classrooms, equipped with educational facilities including a library, a computer lab, and an indoor school canteen.
He stated that the company worked to complete the implementation of stalled building projects in the governorate, including the establishment of 4 educational projects in Al-Ahsa Governorate, at a total cost of 33 million riyals, with a capacity of more than 4,020 male and female students, in addition to the establishment of two early childhood projects at a cost of 24 million riyals, with a capacity exceeding 1200 children.