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Bahrain starts major road revamp work

Bahrain authorities have started work on the North Town entrance roads revamp project (W-Link) being funded by the Kuwaiti Fund for Arab Economic Development (as part of the Gulf Development Programme). The BD7.69 million ($20.2 m

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Bahrain earmarks $20m for rain drainage networks

Bahrain plans to invest millions of dinars in rainwater drainage networks following chronic flooding last week, if the money is available. The Cabinet yesterday (November 30) earmarked BD8.27 million ($20.9 million) to tackle rain drainage pro

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GCC 'needs proper drainage system' to tackle flooding

With the climate change bringing in frequent showers with large amounts of precipitation across the globe, the GCC, too like others must be ready with proper drainage system to tackle flooding problems, said an expert. There is a

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Oman eyes ways to improve drainage networks

As many as 90 regional experts and government officials looked at ways to improve Oman’s drainage network and prevent floods across the sultanate at a conference held in Muscat earlier this month, local press reports said. T

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$29m allocated for Bahrain drainage projects

Drainage networks will be built at 141 new locations across Bahrain at a cost of BD11 million ($29 million), revealed Works Minister Essam Khalaf.   He told MPs yesterday that the project, which will be tendered

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National Water takes up $1.4bn upgrades in Makkah

Saudi Arabia’s National Water Company (NWC) is currently implementing 60 projects to upgrade infrastructure in water and sewage projects in Makkah at a cost of SR5.5 billion ($1.46 billion). These projects include the implem

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National Water takes up $1.4bn upgrades in Makkah

Saudi Arabia’s National Water Company (NWC) is currently implementing 60 projects to upgrade infrastructure in water and sewage projects in Makkah at a cost of SR5.5 billion ($1.46 billion). These projects include the implem

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Scottish Water wins big Qatar contract

Scottish Water, a leader in waste water operations based in Scotland, said its fledgling international arm has won a multimillion-pound five-year contract to help develop Qatar's drainage system.  Scottish Water is acting as a su

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