The M. H. Aitah NESPAK Engineering Consultancy was established in 1997 as a professional company jointly by the National Engineering Services Pakistan (NESPAK) and local partner Mohammad Hesham Al-Aitah in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Both parties agreed to establish a Saudi Company with the name of M. H. Aitah-NESPAK Engineering Consultant Company according to the Companies Rules and Regulations set out by the Government of Saudi Arabia. Before establishing the company, NESPAK independently made its debut in Saudi Arabia in 1978 by setting up a joint venture with the Ar-Riyadh Development Authority. Later, the Company established its Regional Office in Riyadh in 1982. NESPAK started its association with various Saudi companies in terms of business acquisition and the provision of consultancy services in the KSA. NESPAK joined hands with the Saudi Consulting Services (SAUDCONSULT) in 1986. The two companies have carried out projects related to water resources and electricity sectors. The other prominent companies having business association with NESPAK include Zuhair-Fayez Partnership, Rashid Geotechnical and Materials Engineers and DAR Engineering. After establishing as the M. H. Aitah-NESPAK Engineering Consultant Company, initially, the Company acquired projects in the energy sector in Saudi Arabia, but later it was also awarded projects in other sectors related to Environmental & Public Health Engineering, Highways, Architecture & Planning, Water Resources & Dam Engineering and Airports. Currently, the Company is providing engineering consultancy services to the Ministry of Environment, Water & Agriculture (MEWA), Ministry of Municipalities & Rural Affairs (MOMRA) and Saudi Electricity Company (SEC). NESPAK is also collaborating with Ala Azmi Abdullah & Khalifa Abdullah Al-Hawas Consultancy Engineering Company (AHCEC) and SAUDCONSULT. To date, NESPAK has secured 126 projects worth US$ 22 billion in Saudi Arabia. The total staff strength of the Company stands at 68 including nationals from Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Bangladesh, Syria, Egypt and Sudan..