The Public Works Authority ‘Ashghal’ announced the commencement of development works on the Roads and Infrastructure Project in North East of Al Kheesa (Rawdat Al Hamama )- Package 2 in, which is part of Ashghal’s plan to implement full infrastructure projects providing an upgraded roads network and integrated utility services for citizens’ subdivisions around the country.
The project is located in Rawdat Al Hamama, specifically North East of Al Kheesa, East of Wadi Al Wasaa District and Al-Shamal Road, and West of Lusail City to deliver a network of internal roads and a fully integrated infrastructure to respond to residents’ needs and urban growth in the future as well as provide connection to the area.
The upgrading works are divided into four geographical zones which will be carried out successively to reduce the inconvenience of the construction work effects on the residents of the area, where full completion of the project is scheduled for Q2, 2026.
Eng. Hamad Al-Badr, Project Engineer at the Northern Area Section of the Roads Projects Department in Ashghal, stated that the project serves 2,047 citizens’ subdivisions in Rawdat Al Hamama and aims to provide upon completion, 51-long network of internal streets in the area to regulate the traffic flow and enhance safety on the roads, in addition to providing connectivity to public amenities, equipped with road safety features and 2,060 street lighting poles as well as road signs and marks. The project will also provide 106-km of pedestrian and cycle paths as well as 7,009 car parking slots.
Eng. Hamad Al-Badr then added that the project will provide an upgraded infrastructure services including a 75-km-long foul sewer network, 51 km of surface and groundwater drainage network, 37 km of Treated Sewerage Effluent (TSE) network as well as potable water lines that will be connected to the main network. Construction works will also include stormwater storage area (Lagoon) with a total capacity of 150,000 m3 and 3 attenuation tanks to provide proper protection for the area and ensure the reuse of excess rainfall in irrigation.
It should be noted that local materials and manufacturers will be relied upon in the implementation of the project work, as materials and elements such as Gabbro, lights and lighting poles, road signs, sewage and rainwater drainage pipes, asphalt and prefabricated manholes as well as concrete and rebar will be supplied from local Qatari factories. The local supply of materials is targeted at 85% of the project's work, as part of the Public Works Authority's support for local manufacturers and a rehabilitation initiative launched by the authority in 2017.
Package 2 of the Roads and Infrastructure in North East of Al Kheesa (Rawdat Al Hamama) Project is being implemented by CRCC Construction Company, at a cost of approximately QAR 898 million and is part of the New Subdivisions Program which is carried out by the Public Works Authority and includes several development projects across Qatar.
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