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28 Novembre 2023

Arabia Saudita


Saudi Arabia's National Water Company (NWC) has awarded two contracts for the construction of sewage networks in Dammam and Hail. The first contract, worth $99m, has been awarded to Alomaier Trading & Contracting. It covers the construction of a sewage network for the King Fahd suburb and the adjacent schemes west of the road in Dammam city. It also involves the construction of regression lines with diameters up to 700 millimetres (mm) with a total length of 300 kilometres (km), as well as five ejection lines with diameters up to 500mm and a total of 15km. The second project, located in Hail, covers sewage networks with a conveyor line in the Al-Madayn area in Hail city. The scope of the second contract includes the supply and installation of glazed pottery pipes with different diameters, from 200mm to 500mm, and the supply and installation works for glass fibre-reinforced plastic (GRP) pipes with diameters of 700-1,000mm with a total length of 84km. The $30.2m contract to build the project was awarded to another local firm, Alameryah United Contracting Company. NWC last week announced that it has earmarked $27,44bn for the implementation of 1,294 water and wastewater projects across the kingdom. (ICE RIYADH)

Fonte notizia: meed