(MENAFN - Khaleej Times) The utility provider is focused on supporting the sustainable growth of Dubai and provide its services at the highest levels of reliability and efficiency. It has announced that its Dh360 million water pipeline project is progressing as per schedule. The project envisages supplying, implementing and extending a water transmission network by 67km in several areas of Dubai including the Dubai-Al Ain road, Dubai Bypass road, Camel Racetrack, and Al Doha street.
"The Dewa consistently works to enhance the efficiency of its overall operations to promote the growth and sustainable development in Dubai. To date, we have extended 37.7km of water pipelines, about 56 per cent of the project," Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, managing director and chief executive of the Dewa, said.
"The project involves an extension of the existing network with new 600mm, 900mm, and 1200mm pipelines. The total cost estimated for the project is Dh360 million, and it will enhance the water flow to meet the growing demand in various areas in Dubai including Dubailand, Al Khawaneej, Camel Racetrack, and Mirdif. The final phase of execution will take place in six months," concluded Al Tayer.