Bahrain sees $2.5m project on track
Manama, June 5, 2011
The work at the BD939,875 ($2.5 million) Arad sewage project is progressing well and is due for completion in August, said a statement from the Bahrain Ministry of Works.
The work, which began in January, involves 92,000 m-long connections, with diameters varying from 150 to 600 mm.
The project is part of the Ministry’s Sanitary Engineering National Scheme to upgrade all sewage networks in the Kingdom, said Ministry of Works’ assistant undersecretary for Sanitary Engineering Khalifa Al Mansoor after inspecting the work at the project site.
During the visit, Al Mansoor closely examined all works involved in the project, including surveys and TV examination applied to all networks included within phase 1 of the project.
Al Mansoor also emphasized the importance of completing all works involved in the project in time and as per schedule and allocated budget.
He was accompanied by the project’s manager and technical team from the Ministry, project’s consultant EM consulting and Frisch & Faust Tifbaa Gmbh; in charge of implementing the project.-TradeArabia News Service