Bahrain sewerage project progressing well
Manama, February 10, 2013
The sewerage network project work in Tubli area of Bahrain, which involves the extension of sewerage pipes and and construction of two pumping stations, is progressing well and is due for completion in May.
The BD2.97 million ($7.76 million) sewerage project was awarded to Bahrain Pipeline Construction Company which started the work in May 2011, said a statement from the Ministry of Works.
The project work in Block 711 in Tubli is part of the Ministry’s plan to improve sanitary engineering services, it stated.
Bahrain Minister of Works Essam bin Abdulla Khalaf inspected the project accompanied by Central Municipal Council head Abdul RazzaqHattab, the acting assistant undersecretary for Sanitary Engineering Asma Murad and a number of engineers from the Ministry.
‘The project comprises extending sewerage pipes at a length of 18.5km (13km main pipes and 5.5km secondary pipes) and constructing 2 pumping stations, in addition to mechanical and electrical works,’ said Abdulla Khalaf.
The minister also directed engineers to implement proper paving works at the locations witnessing traffic diversions, in order to provide smooth traffic movement and not disrupt traffic flow at the project location, the ministry statement added.-TradeArabia News Service
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