Saudi Arabia’s National Water Company (NWC) could announce the construction tender for its Narjis project in the first quarter of 2022. The $250 million plan includes the construction of the main lines, lifting station and sewerage networks in the Narjis district in Riyadh region.
According to ZAWYA, a source close to the project said: “The prequalification submission deadline was 29 November 2021. The tender for the main construction is expected to be released by early March 2022.”
The estimated cost of the project is $250 million and is to be completed by the first quarter of 2026. The company or consortium awarded the project involves the construction, installation and execution of a sewage lifting station with a design capacity of 55,000 cubic metres/day, main lines with a length of approximately 16 kilometres, with diameters from 400-1000 mm, in addition to the implementation of 265-km of sewage networks north and south of King Salman Road.