Water, sewer contracts signed

Water, sewer contracts signed
Updated 04 September 2012

Water, sewer contracts signed

Water, sewer contracts signed

RIYADH: Contracts worth SR 570 million for 26 water and sewage projects across the Kingdom were signed by the Ministry of Water and Electricity, the Saudi Press Agency reported.
Abdullah bin Abdulrahman, Minister of Water and Electricity said the contracts include completion and upgrading of water networks in Hail city totaling SR 95 million within a 30 month deadline; implementation of sewage networks in Jouf region totaling SR 65.5 million with completion in 36 months; and implementation of a water transportation line from the purification plant at Wadi Bish Dam to Raith, totaling SR 64.3 million.
Construction of water projects and storage tanks in the Eastern Province will cost SR 59.3 million and be complete in 24 months; phase two of the sewage networks in Hail City will cost SR 55 million with completion in 24 months; treated sewage water transportation lines and inter-city networks in Najran city will cost SR 48.2 million with a 30 month deadline; and a water purification plant in Ghat will cost SR 30.3 million with completion in 24 months.
Other contracts include procurement of water consumption rationalization equipment in Riyadh region totaling SR 28.5 million; implementation of sewage projects and related works in Ahsa region totaling SR 13.5 million with completion in 12 months; and operation and maintenance of water projects in Mahd Province totaling SR 12.4 million with completion in 36 months.
Implementation of water networks across rural areas in Madinah region will cost SR 23.9 million and take three years to complete while construction of a main water control center in Jazan city will cost SR 11.5 million and be complete in 12 months.