The National Water Company (NWC) announced the completion of a project for drinking water networks in Al-Majed district in east Jeddah, costing a total of SAR21,500,000.
Eng Muhammad bin Saleh Al-Ghamedi, NWC’s Head of the Western Sector, said that the company is working within an integrated system to lay potable water networks in all areas of the city as part of its strategy that aims to enable an appropriate residence environment and complete the infrastructure. “The project comprised some 208 hectares, serving more than 26,979 people in 1,500 properties”. Al-Ghamedi encouraged the residents and customers to apply for water connections via the company’s website or by visiting their nearest NWC branch to complete the procedures for domestic connections.
The works included the digging of 2.5-meter-deep tunnels as well as the procurement and installation of 40,170m polyethylene pipes. NWC has been always keen to deliver its service projects along with all related works of site levelling to prevent any potential damages to residents and pedestrians.
The company is constantly improving its services and enhancing projects execution throughout the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.