After Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, His Highness Sheik Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, endorsed the execution of the Deep Tunnel Sewerage System venture, Director General of Dubai Municipality Eng. Hussain Nasser Lootah, marked an agreement honoring Parsons Corporation the project – executed in the area for the first time – at the expense of 12 billion dirham.
The agreement was signed at the district’s office building, authorities and agents of the organization are present. Lootah marked the agreement with First Deputy Director of Parsons and Parsons Director in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), Mr. Jaafar Halawi, for modern tasks.
Lootah said this plan is one of the strategic and vital ones as it will scratch off, after its culmination late 2020, more than 121 sewage pumping stations spread over the city, and the deep passages will have a depth of 25-90 meters underneath the Earth’s surface.
He brought up that this development is one of the urban plan; it gives Dubai with an adaptable and coordinated framework and authorizes an imaginative vision and critical development in it, uniquely that it will save Dubai sewage issues, maintained works, and different issues for a long time to come.
Also, the undertaking will add to giving the emirate a few amusement and service spots of a worldwide viewpoint, for example, a smart city with a strategic key vision that clears up and authorizes the goal of H.H. Sheik Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum in transforming Dubai into an economical and environment-accommodating city with a sound vision and arranging.
The passages’ overall length runs more than 70 kilometers, notwithstanding about 140 kilometers of sewerage connections and various primary pumping stations.
The services gave by Parsons contains feasibility studies on, preparatory outline, arrangement of IPO, then project administration in point by point plan stages and in addition the usage and supervision of the execution of passages and the lift station.
Mr. Mark Walsh, President of Parsons Group states that the project is of an incredible significance for the Dubai Municipality and for its part in building up the city of Dubai as a worldwide city. Parsons made various triumphs in the administration of the most advanced and troublesome sewage ventures around the world. We anticipate giving our services to the Dubai Municipality.”
Thus, Mr. Jaafar Halawi, First Deputy Director of Parsons and Parsons Director in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) for modern undertakings, said “we are happy to run this key task and we are focused on giving the best arrangements and fruitful methods for execution.”
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