Saudi Arabia in partnership with Dutch company CyBe has with success built the country’s first house using 3D printing technology in Riyadh.
The project’s aim is to “keep abreast of the technological progress within the world and facilitate the dominion promote the adoption of innovative construction techniques and within the localization of its trade in line with the objectives of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 and therefore the National Transformation 2020 Program”, as reportable by the Saudi press agency (SPA).
According to Arab News, Saudi Housing Minister Majed bin Abdullah Al Hogail inspected the house, amid the pinnacle of the program, Dr. Abed Al Sadoon, and therefore the deputy ambassador of the Netherlands in Saudi Arabia, Masha Pack.
Commenting on the project, Al Hogail said: “This experiment offers the US a thought regarding the longer term of construction within the coming years, and therefore the Kingdom’s role in leverage fashionable technologies to achieve prosperity for its citizens.”
Arab News also reported that Al Hogail stressed the Kingdom’s keenness to develop Saudis’ abilities and skills thus on offer them a lot of job opportunities.
Meanwhile, Al Sadoon thanked the Saudi leadership for the delivery of the newest construction technologies to the dominion. He emphatic on the Kingdom’s avidity to develop the native industry, and to encourage the personal sector to require advantage of progressive technologies in housing comes.
Ambassador Pack same the Kingdom’s first house built using 3-d printing technology could be an ideal for future construction.
The National Housing and Industrial Development and supply Program, an element of the Saudi Vision 2030, same that the house was built using one amongst the newest technologies of the fourth generation of building technology, in step with SPA.
The home is situated on the Housing Ministry land, west of King Khalid international airport in Riyadh, and can be accessible to specialists, staff and engineers, besides architects and construction firms to conduct their project studies for the subsequent 5 days.