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MEDIA / Blog / Abu Dhabi Approves $56M Infrastructure Projects - 10 MAY 2017
The Abu Dhabi government has approved infrastructure projects worth Dh204 million ($55.5 million) including development of roads and beautification works, said a report.

These include development works for the Saadiyat Power Station with an overall value of Dh47.5 million. The project seeks to provide power as required on the islands of Abu Dhabi, Saadiyat and Reem, reported state news agency Wam.

The executive committee also approved the project to link overhead lines (Al Shamkha - linking point in Al Faya) to the South Al Shamkha Power Station at an estimated value of Dh39.5 million, a project to install electric cables and equipment in Al Ain (for Dh22.5 million) to increase the grid’s efficiency and meet the growing urban, residential and commercial demands in the region.

Another key project okayed by the executive council is a rain water drainage project at Al Zayed City in Al Dhafra to be built at a cost of Dh30.8 million, said the report.

The other key projects include building of internal roads in the industrial zone of Mahdar Al Jifn in Liwa, Al Dhafra. The scope of work includes construction of over 10-km-long internal roads along with traffic signings and road signs in the industrial zone, it added.

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