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Road revamp work in progress at Tubli.

Bahrain's sanitary, road revamp work on track

MANAMA, January 27, 2015

The construction at a major sanitary project in East Riffa area of Bahrain is progressing well and work is now on to implement storm water drainage channels and connect them to the sewerage network.

Top priority is being given to the paving of dirt roads in urban areas and creating an integrated roads network in all area in the Kingdom, said Raed Al Salah, the roads projects and maintenance director at the Ministry of Works, Municipalities & Urban Planning.

Al Salah was inspecting the progress on the dirt roads revamp project in Block 711- Road 1135 at Tubli area and the environs besides the Avenue 23 along with other senior officials of the ministry.

According to him, the Tubli work is expected to be completed next month thus benefiting 821 residential units in the area.

These projects are part of the Ministry’s plan to improve infrastructure and accommodate citizens’ needs, he added.

The BD2.3 million ($6.05 million) project had been awarded to Sayyed Kadhim Al Dirazi Contracting. the scope of work included  removing the old and deteriorated paving layers, levelling works, implementing a storm water drainage network, lighting, implementing pedestrian pavements and parking spaces, said the statement from the ministry.

Al Salah later visited Avenue 23 in Tubli, which is now 90 per cent complete. The BD539,104 ($1.4 million) project was awarded to Al Wardi Contracting.   

The scope of work includes revamping a 650-m-long road, implementing storm water drainage channels and connecting them to the sewerage network besides installing light poles, signage and pedestrian pavements, the statement added.-TradeArabia News Service




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