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Dubai Industrial City continues infrastructure developments

Dubai Industrial City continues infrastructure developments
2013-05-26 14:55:56

WAM DUBAI, 26 May, 2013 — Dubai Industrial City, a member of TECOM Investments and the second largest industrial real estate project in Dubai, announced today that it is continuing with its infrastructure development programmes in the city and that it has selected Rajhi Construction Company to work on projects valued at AED100 million.

The infrastructure works include: the establishment of road networks within the city spanning 60 kilometres, the extension of 154 kilometres of water pipes, communication cables for 360 kilometres, pipes to drain rainwater along 111 kilometres, pipes to discharge wastewater along 92.5 kilometres, and 53.5 kilometres of pipes for irrigation.

Abdullah Belhoul, Managing Director of Dubai Industrial City said, “The GCC economy and UAE’s economy in particular is witnessing a significant growth in all sectors and most importantly in the industrial sector, which contributes to building a diversified and a knowledge based economy. This considerable growth provides many opportunities for the industry players to seize, and we at Dubai Industrial City are keen to have a strong and advanced infrastructure ready in order to empower them, exploit these opportunities, and to enter the market as soon as possible. Moreover, this project is yet another proof of our ongoing efforts to meet all the requirements of our business partners.” Many industrial companies based in Dubai Industrial City will benefit from this infrastructure development project, which also provides the opportunity for new companies wishing to establish their business in the city.

WAM/AM/Moran

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