The purpose of the Maneh M. Al Kahtani & Partner Company prequalification process is to ascertain if your firm possesses the necessary experience, financial resources, and commitment to safety and quality to ensure performance on our projects. By working with only the most qualified companies, MK can ensure that we deliver a high level of service to each of our clients.


According to Saudi market MK is a promising to ensure the clients satisfaction and able to a steady growth in its business levels and will continue to explore further prospects. “We will maintain our good reputation in the market and both in technical and commercial aspects.”


We have qualified teams that regularly attend seminars and workshops to improve our skills, necessary for executing jobs properly. The company has also enhanced the quality of its tools. The company is an approved vendor to Saudi Aramco and Saudi Electricity Company, Eastern Province.


Some of the major project which it has contributed its services include the Mouwasat Hospital, Saudi British Bank (SAAB), Switz Factory, Magrabi Hospital, Al Khobar Lakes and Al Shiraa Mall, Eastern Province In Dammam, more over recently we have been successfully completed the high-rise building (Daharan Tower) in Eastern Province etc.



MK ensures a high priority on HSE and will STRIVE to promote and train personnel to achieve the below stated goals

Create safe work places for MK personnel and any third parties.

Maintain a healthy working environment.

Encourage policies with co workers which minimizes environmental damage.

Conform to all MK policies and procedures.

ALL MK partners and subcontractors will monitor the above policies and procedures in all company operations worldwide.



The company supplied and installed all materials related to lighting and power, including cables, panel boards, fire alarm, CCTV (Closed Circuit Television), MATV (Master Antenna Television), and Telephone, Grounding and lightning, battery system, Voice evacuation system and bus way systems to the landmark tower