DEWA deal for Mammut

Mammut Group has won a US $169 million (AED619 million) contract with Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) for the construction and maintenance of the 180 million gallon Mushrif Reservoirs in Dubai.

Mammut Group has won a US $169 million (AED619 million) contract with Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) for the construction and maintenance of the 180 million gallon Mushrif Reservoirs in Dubai.

The contract includes the construction, completion, testing and commissioning of three rectangular ground reservoirs, each with a 60 million imperial gallon capacity.

Construction of the concrete reservoirs will be carried out over a 15-month period following preliminary works at the firm's 300,000m2 facilities in Dubai's Technopark. The contract will be completed in conjunction with Mammut's partners in the project, Max Boegel Group of Germany.

In announcing the contract award, Mammut Group chair and CEO Behzad Ferdows stated that the firm's expertise and competitive pricing demonstrated its strengths and capabilities as one of the region's major contracting companies.

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