NESPAK made its debut in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) by setting up a joint venture with the Ar-Riyadh Development Authority in 1978. The Company established its Regional Office in Riyadh in 1982.
Initially, NESPAK acquired in the energy sector in the KSA, but later the Company was awarded projects in the sectors related to the fields of Environmental & Public Health Engineering, Highways, Architecture & Planning, Water Resources and Dam Engineering, Oil & Gas, Industrial, Airports and Ports & Harbours.
NESPAK established its regional office in Muscat, Sultanate of Oman, in 1980 after it started work on its first project titled “Al-Khabura to Dariz Road Project” awarded by the Sultanate's Ministry of Transport and Communications in 1979.
During the last 32 years of operations in Oman, NESPAK acquired 168 projects costing over US$ 5 billion in the Highways & Transportation, Environmental & Public Health Engineering and Water Resources Development sectors. As many as 20 projects are in progress in the Sultanate.
Keeping in view the Asian Games in 2006 and the economic growth forecast for the State of Qatar, NESPAK Management adopted a proactive approach in the year 2003 and opened a branch office in Doha, the capital of Qatar.
The first project undertaken was the design of the 16-storey Al-Mansoor Tower at the Doha Corniche in 2005. The task including detailed architectural & engineering design was accomplished successfully. Later, NESPAK won through competition the post-contract consulting services for the Al-Sadd Sports Club Phase-II, a stadium which hosted some of the events for the Asian Games. To date, NESPAK Qatar Office has undertaken a total of 26 projects worth US$ 405 million involving design, construction supervision and feasibility studies.
NESPAK has been operating in the Islamic Republic of Iran for the last 22 years through its Regional Office in Tehran which was established in 1989.
NESPAK Tehran office got its first project "Technical Assistance to Mahab Ghodss Consulting Engineers" in 1990. In its 22 years of business operations in Iran, NESPAK acquired a total of 15 projects worth US$ 1 billion. NESPAK also provided services for the dam projects in the Islamic Republic of Iran where water resources engineering remained NESPAK's forte in the field of expertise.
NESPAK's Regional Office at Kabul, Afghanistan, was established in June 2003. Ravaged by war, Afghanistan needed immediate help from the outside world for rebuilding and rehabilitation works. The Committee on Rehabilitation and Reconstruction of Afghanistan in a meeting chaired by President of Pakistan, decided to hire NESPAK's services for projects in Afghanistan.
NESPAK acquired a total of 24 projects in Afghanistan out of which seven are in operation.
NESPAK stepped in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in 1975 by acquiring a military cantonment mega project titled "New Township Al-Wathba" in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the Emirates. NESPAK was registered as an independent consultancy firm after it set up its Regional Office in Abu Dhabi in August 1992.
A total of 26 projects worth US$ 555 million related to the buildings, sewage, roads and military facilities were completed in the United Arab Emirates by NESPAK.
The Regional Office of NESPAK was established in Lagos, the capital city of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, in 1973. The Company got its first breakthrough in Nigeria by securing water supply schemes from Soba, Saminaka and Zonkwa Dams project in 1974.
NESPAK completed a total of 22 projects worth US$ 710 million during 22 years of its business operations in the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
NESPAK established a Regional Office in Iraq's Capital, Baghdad, and a Project Office at another important Iraqi city, Mosul in 1981. Irrigation, Water Supply & Sewerage and Agriculture were the main sectors for which NESPAK rendered consultancy services in the Republic of Iraq.
NESPAK completed a total of 10 projects costing over US$ 1 billion during 12 years of its operations in the Republic of Iraq.
NESPAK started its consultancy operations in the Republic of Yemen in the late 80s by providing services for the Wadi Siham Project in 1988. The Company carried out almost five projects till the mid-90s when it had to discontinue its activities due to political unrest in the Republic. After a gap of about 10 years in July 2002, NESPAK resumed its operations in Yemen after the Company secured a construction supervision assignment with the Hadhramout University, Mukallah.
During its entire stint of operations in Yemen, NESPAK secured a total of 13 projects worth US$ 410 million in sectors related to water resources planning and design, irrigation, flood protection, construction management, technical assistance and construction of oil pipelines.