Work on the Dh57.5 million DEWA project to supply, expand and commence the 600/900mm water-pipeline network in Palm Jumeirah is considerably evolving.
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has so far laid 2,907 metres of the 3km project.
Once finished, the project will increase water supply to meet the escalating demand for water, and support recent and upcoming projects on the Palm and its sustainable improvement.
Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, MD and CEO of DEWA quoted that the core objective of the project is to augment competence of the water-transmission networks, and enhance water supply to convene the escalating demand for water.
The project includes enlarging 600/900mm Glass Reinforced Epoxy (GRE) main pipes along the trunk of the Palm through the tunnel until it arrived at the crescent of the Palm. To this point, 93% of the entire project has been done. The project is progressing according to plan. Work on the expansion and commencing of the networks is approximated to be finished next October.