The project includes the construction of roads and infrastructure to serve residential plots
ABU DHABI: The Abu Dhabi City Municipality (ADM) has nearly completed the roads and infrastructure project of District 25 at Al Maqta South.
The project is expected to be completed in the second quarter of 2018 in cooperation with Musanada at a cost of more than Dh118 million, according to a ADM press release issued on Saturday.
The development includes the construction of roads and infrastructure to serve plots of land on both sides of Al Maqta Canal for 66 new residential units. It also includes the construction of dual carriageways extending 1.7km and a single carriageway stretching 1.25km, and providing water, electricity, communications and sanitation services for all residential units. In addition, the project includes undertaking all construction works such as street lighting, road signs, and maritime protection through landfills using rocky materials on both sides of the canal at the back of the reclaimed residential land of the project.
The implementation of such vital projects with the strategic partners comes in line with the commitment of the Department of Urban Planning and Municipalities to providing advanced infrastructure at international standards along with safe and efficient roads conforming to the development witnessed by the emirate of Abu Dhabi at all levels. It is also consistent with the keenness to meet the needs of the residents in a way that enhances the quality of life and Abu Dhabi’s reputation regionally and globally.
The ADM will continue building infrastructure as envisioned in Abu Dhabi Master Development Plan to provide services capable of keeping abreast of the urban, demographic and economic development.
The project, which covers more than 111,000 square metres, aims to improve the infrastructure of District 25 at Al Maqta South as part of comprehensive projects aimed at upgrading the infrastructure of Abu Dhabi city and suburban areas.