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Al Janabiya Intersection landscaping work eyes April 2020 completion

The 11ha project is being carried out at a cost of $2.1m and implemented to increase green spaces in the kingdom

The 11ha project is being carried out at a cost of $2.1m. [representational]
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The 11ha project is being carried out at a cost of $2.1m. [representational]

Bahrain’s Ministry of Works, Municipalities Affairs and Urban Planning revealed that the beautification and landscaping project for the Al Janabiya Intersection is expected to be completed in April 2020.

The 11ha project is being carried out at a cost of $2.1m (BHD780,000). The landscaping project is among the municipal projects that is being implemented as part of the kingdom’s strategy to increased green spaces in the country.

According to the Bahrain News Agency, the ministry briefed the deputy prime minister and chairman of the ministerial committee for development and infrastructure projects, Shaikh Khalid bin Abdulla Al Khalifa, about the project following his site visit to a number of projects that the former has been carrying out.

Earlier, this month the ministry said that construction work on Phase 2 of Bahrain’s waterfront avenues project will begin in Q1 2020.

Recently, the ministry also revealed that construction work on Bahrain’s $62m (BHD23.4m) Shaikh Zayed Highway Development Project, which began in August, has been progressing as per schedule.

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