Bahrain links 100 Arad properties with upgraded sewage network

Abdulhadi Al-Aafu Construction completes Ministry of Works project in Arad's Block 241

Bahrain's works ministry has completed the Arad project.
Bahrain's works ministry has completed the Arad project.

Bahrain’s Ministry of Works has completed a sewage project at Block 241 in Arad, which will connect 100 properties in the area with an updated network that has seen pipe replacement carried out on Streets 4501 and 4502.

Abdulhadi Al-Aafu Construction was awarded the project after its offer worth around $5.3m (BHD2m) was selected after a bidding process managed through Bahrain’s Tender Board.

Sewage assistant undersecretary at the ministry, Asmaa Jassim Murad, said the project comprised the construction of 3.3km of main and 2.3km of secondary lines, in addition to 830m of deep lines.

These construction works were implemented to replace 781.6m of main and deep lines.

Additionally, 541 inspection rooms were built as part of the project, with connections to the 100 properties included in Arad’s Block 241, according to a report by state news agency, BNA.

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