Rainwater drainage project on Jeddah’s Haramain Road completed by 88%

Rainwater drainage project on Jeddah's Haramain Road completed by 88%

JEDDAH: The Jeddah Municipality has introduced the completion of over 88% from the operations of the rainwater drainage options project on Haramain Road.

The undersecretary of the Rainwater Drainage Program Ghassan Al-Zahrani stated that the full value of the project, which is positioned within the Haramain Road (half one) in Al-Nakhil neighborhood within the space from King Abdullah Road to Palestine Road, is estimated at greater than SR93.442 million.

The project covers a complete space of about 5.76 sq. km, he stated, including that it goals in conducting rainwater drainage options for your entire Al-Nakheel neighborhood, and the north of Abruq Ar Rughamah, extending to Palestine Avenue.

Al-Zahrani defined that the operation is being carried out by the usage of the open excavation methodology, because it included the development of 6 sub-networks, whose common size reaches to 16.four km.

The sub-networks primarily rely on the rainwater drainage, which depends on the pure earth’s tilt to the course of the channel extending from the Umm Al-Khair dam. The operations can even embody set up of 181 manholes, and 227 drainage catch basin.

He additionally stated that two lifting stations with a diameter of seven meters and a depth of 11 meters have been established, noting that every station incorporates three pumps, with the purpose of guaranteeing that the biggest quantity of flows and water discharges in low areas are lifted on to the canal.

Al-Zahrani confirmed that greater than 185 employees are working on the implementation of the rainwater drainage options project.

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