Bahrain’s Sanad sewerage network more than 75% complete
Bahrain's Ministry of Works, Municipalities Affairs and Urban Planning had earlier awarded the sewerage network project, valued at $618,300, to Tylos Excavation Company
The sewerage network being implemented by the Bahraini government in Sanad, Block 745, is nearly complete.
Progress on the project has reached the 76% completion mark, according to the Ministry of Works, Municipalities Affairs and Urban Planning.
The ministry had earlier awarded the sewerage network project, valued at $618,300 (BHD233,251), to Tylos Excavation Company.
Quoting Nazha Abu Hindi, sanitary engineering planning and projects director at the ministry, Bahrain News Agency (BNA) reported that progress on the project includes the extension of main and sub-connections by a combined 1,100m; the construction of 57 inspection chambers; and the connection of 31 houses to the sewerage network.
According to BNA, upon completion of the project, main connections would be longer by 827m and the sub-connections by 566m; 100 inspection chambers would be constructed; and 90 houses and properties would be connected to the network.
Last week, the ministry had announced that work on its sewerage network project in Al Ali is 46% complete.