National Engineering Services Pakistan (Nespak) has secured a landmark NEOM project in Saudi Arabia, the premier engineering consultancy's Acting Managing Director Zargham Eshaq Khan said, announcing the significant achievement — a first for any Pakistani firm. The project's primary focus is on the energy sector, and it was granted to Nespak by the Saudi Electric Company (SEC), a milestone that underscores the consultancy's growing influence and expertise in the international engineering landscape.
The project focuses on the energy sector and has been awarded by the Saudi Electric Company (SEC). NESPAK’s scope of work involves providing construction management services for Extra High Voltage (EHV), High Voltage (HV), and HVDC projects within various zones encompassing NEOM Bay, NEOM Mountain, and NEOM Phase II.
The project carries a budget of 46.5 million Saudi Riyals, equivalent to 3.794 billion Pak Rupees, and is scheduled for completion within three years.
Nespak was established in 1973 as a private limited company by the Pakistani government with the objective of creating a pool of talented engineers, attaining self-reliance in engineering consultancy and replacing foreign consultants. Currently, it has a total strength of over 4,500 employees.