Nama Water Services nears completion of major water network in Liwa

Muscat: With over 60% of the work completed, the project is on track for completion by the last quarter of this year.

The water distribution project in Liwa, spearheaded by Nama Water Services Company, is among the most notable initiatives currently underway in the North Al Batinah Governorate. Aimed at ensuring the sustainability and continuity of water services, the project will benefit more than 6,000 residents across four schemes: 74, 111, 112, and Al Zahia.

Engineer Ibrahim bin Saeed Al-Ghunaimi, the chief project engineer, highlighted the extensive scope of the project, which involves constructing main and subsidiary water distribution lines spanning 120 kilometers. These lines will vary in size to meet different demands. They will include essential installations such as fire extinguishers for civil defence emergencies and valves to regulate water flow and pressure.

The project represents a significant investment, with a total cost exceeding RO 2.335 million. It is expected to deliver over 2,000 new home connections, enhancing water infrastructure in the region.

Beyond its technical achievements, the project contributes to the local economy by supporting small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Liwa, with RO 300,000 allocated to SME-related works. Additionally, community initiatives linked to the project aim to foster local engagement and create added value through the deployment of project assets.

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