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Bahrain's sewerage project set for Q4 completion

MANAMA, October 17, 2017

Around 80 per cent of the work is over on the Muqaba Sewerage Network Project in the Northern Governorate of Bahrain and on track for completion by the fourth quarter of this year.

The project  aims to connect 41 houses and real estates in Block 517 to the network, said a senior official from the Ministry of Works, Municipalities Affairs and Urban Planning.

So far, 10 units and real estates have been connected to the network, out of a total of 41 units and real estates, revealed Nazha Abu Hindi, the sanitary engineering planning and projects director at the ministry.

"We have completed the extension of 670-m-long main connections, and 165-m-long sub-connections out of a total of 400 m," explained Hindi.

Also, 53 inspection chambers have been constructed out of 74 chambers, she added.

The BD185,000 ($487,022) project, being implemented by Abdul Karim Al Jahrami Contracting, is part of other sanitary works planned for the Northern Governorate, said the statement from the ministry.

These include two projects in the northern governorate - the main sewerage line for sewerage works related to West Budaiya Housing Projects (Phase 2) and Sadad Sewerage Network Project (Phase 2), it added.-TradeArabia News Service




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