Sharjah ruler issues installation of sewage network in Khorfakkan
Posted on 15th July 2019
According to *ME Construction News report, HH Dr Sheikh Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah has issued for the installation of a sewage network in Khorfakkan and the completion of exciting sewage networks in Kalba by the beginning of next month, at a cost of $84.4 million.
Eng. Ali bin Shaheen Al Suwaidi, Chairman of the Sharjah Directorate of Public Works announced the project, and that it will cooperate with the Municipality of Kalba city and connect the buildings to the ongoing sewer network as part of its strategic plan.
Al Suwaidi added that the project in Kalba – an integrated sewage network and sewage treatment plant has reached the final stage. The network will serve 2,217 buildings, of which, 82 are government buildings, 58 are commercial buildings and 2,077 are housing units for citizens.
He stated that of the housing units, 1520 will be connected to the sewage network. The project serves 2,217 existing buildings ranging from villas and residential buildings to commercial buildings, gas stations, gardens, hospitals, police stations, nurseries, schools and mosques in 13 districts, according to news agency, WAM.
The Kalba sewage plant has the capacity to process 3,700 cu. m of sewage each day, which was completed with 50,000 gallon tanks, WAM reported.Back to all Construction News
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