Abu Dhabi approves $20.2m infrastructure projects

The projects, worth $13.4m and $6.8m, will respectively see the replacement of a water supply network in Abu Dhabi and the establishment of sustainable utilities in Al Ain

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]

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. 

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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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