The project supports Dubai’s leading position in the region, enhances its role as a global hub for trade, finance and tourism, and provides a reliable infrastructure that can meet all the requirements for DEWA’s continuous development. The contract is part of DEWA’s strategy to enhance the availability, efficiency and reliability of its water networks, to increase the supply of water to keep pace with the sharp increase in demand in various areas of Dubai.
“The main objective of the project is to enhance the efficiency of water transmission networks, and reduce water losses in transmission networks by renovating old household networks and extensions, increasing operational capacity and increasing water flow capacity to meet the sharp demand for water in various areas of Dubai,” MD ‘&’ CEO of DEWA, Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, said.
“The project includes the laying of 450 mm-diameter water transmission pipes made of Glass Reinforced Epoxy at an approximate cost of AED 167 million. This project will represent a new addition to water transmission networks, will support the existing networks and renovate some of it to serve consumers and enhance their satisfaction with DEWA’s services.” “The project will be carried out according to the pre-planned schedule and is expected to be completed within 26 months,” concluded Al Tayer.