DEWA starts a new 1200mm water pipeline project
23 kilometre reinforced fibreglass pipeline to cost US$34.5 million
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority has started a project to supply, extend and launch a new water pipeline made of reinforced fiberglass to maintain an integrated and modernized infrastructure, to promote its services and to meet the growing demand for water .
HE Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, MD and CEO of DEWA, said that the new project is part of DEWA’s strategy to enhance its efficiency and operational capacity, and to maintain an integrated and modernized infrastructure to increase water flow to both new and highly-populated areas.
“This new pipeline will serve various areas along Emirates Road, as it will start before Dubai Investments Park along Motor City and Arabian ranches to serve population and various economic utilities in these areas,” said HE Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer.
“The cost of the project, which extends to 23km, is up to AED 127 million (approximately US$34.5 million) and it will take about 13 months to be completed,” said His Excellency.