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Abu Dhabi approves $20.2m infrastructure projects

by Neha Bhatia on May 29, 2017


Two infrastructure projects worth $20m have been approved in Abu Dhabi. [Representational image]
Two infrastructure projects worth $20m have been approved in Abu Dhabi. [Representational image]

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Two infrastructure projects worth $20.2m (AED74.2m) have been approved by Abu Dhabi Executive Council. 

The developments are part of the Abu Dhabi Plan to further water and energy sustainability in the emirate. 

A contract worth $13.4m (AED49.2m) was agreed to be awarded for replacing the water supply network of numerous basins in Abu Dhabi. 

READ: Officials unveil plan to half Abu Dhabi mosques' water consumption

The move will enhance the operational efficiency of the network, and meet current and future water needs. 

The second project, worth $6.8m (AED25m), aims to establish "parks and sustainable utilities" to meet the needs of different segments in Al Ain. 

READ: Musataha deal inked for $25m Abu Dhabi park

Both projects were approved by a committee chaired by Jassem Bu Ataba Al Zaabi, according to a WAM statement.



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