Project Brief 
Situated on the South Western outskirts of Riyadh, the King Abdullah City for Atomic & Renewable Energy (KA-CARE) project is designed to be an exemplary eco-city with the capacity to accommodate approximately 80,000 people.

The new city will become a research-focused, net-zero carbon and environmentally sustainable prototype that transforms the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia into a global leader in renewable energy. It is also envisioned as a model for sustainable urban growth that promotes resiliency and environmentally-conscious living in accordance with the teachings of Islam.

As well as power generation industries and related education, the project includes residential buildings, retail facilities, healthcare, leisure, industrial and commercial units, schools and university buildings, community centers and mosques.