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About Jobxl Construction Sudan

+20 Years experience in the Construction field in Sudan

Jobxl construction co. ltd. is a Sudanese engineering company based in Khartoum, Sudan and established in 2001 as a construction company and a main supplier and installer of a wide range of building systems and services. In Jobxl Construction we offers construction services in terms of Site Analysis, Feasibility Studies, Preliminary Design Studies, in addition to various other construction solutions in different fields like: Gravity Retaining Walls and Soil Reinforcement, Rockfall Protection, Water Harvesting, Basal Reinforcement, Tunneling and Flooring, Erosion Control, Safety Barriers, and Access Control Systems . We handle various industrial, distribution, manufacturing, office, retail, recreational, healthcare and commercial projects in Sudan.

Meet The Manger

Mohamed Osman Siddig Sheikh

  • BSc of Architecture and Planning, University of Khartoum(1976 – 1981).
  • Architect and Projects Manager at General Directorate for Border Guard, Riyadh KSA(1983 – 1987).
  • Projects Manager at Saudi Binladin Group, Riyadh KSA (1988 – Feb 1991).
  • Executive Director at National Centre for Projects Development - Saudi Binladin Group. Riyadh KSA (1991 – 1996)
  • Managing Director at Jobxl Construction, Khartoum Sudan (2001 - Present).

Mission Statement

To deliver high-quality, cost-effective projects on schedule by employing and supporting motivated, flexible, and focused teams. We value the importance of our relationships and will continue to remain fair and true in our dealings with all employees, clients, vendors, and partners. Our clients count on our dependability, our drive, and our integrity. We take great pride in our accomplishments and build on them every day.

Contact us

Call: +249-912-358-506
Sunday-Friday (9am-5pm)

Email: info@jobxlconstruction.com
Web: www.jobxlconstruction.com

Location: Katharina Street
Khartoum, Sudan