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Housing: Implementation of a water plant in Badr City, with investments amounting to 530 million pounds

Eng. Kamal Bahgat, Assistant Vice President of the New Urban Communities Authority for the Development and Urban Development Sector, inspected a new water plant project in Badr City, accompanied by Eng. Ammar Mandour, Head of the City Authority, in order to follow up on the progress of the implementation of the plant, to meet the city’s water needs due to the increase in development rates. and the number of residents, and feeding the new areas of the city.


During their tour of the site, the housing officials monitored the works of pouring the walls of the station's ground tank, the preparation work for the next phases of the project, and the executive position according to the timetable.


Engineer Ammar Mandour explained that the plant is being implemented at an investment cost of about 530 million pounds, and it consists of 6 pumps with a capacity of 520 liters per second for regular water pressures in the new areas, two tanks with a storage capacity of 10,000 cubic meters, and a 6.5 km long expulsion line with a diameter of 1600 mm. It includes an administrative building, a mosque, a chlorine building, a transformer building, a workshop and a storeroom.


During their tour, the housing officials directed to push the work of the project to achieve the fastest benefit for the residents of the modern areas of the city, stressing that the tour comes within the framework of implementing the directives of Dr. Development and show the new cities properly.