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Sewage Pumping Station Refurbishment & Upgrading Works Project - Al Messila
The scope of work of this project involves carrying out refurbishment & upgrading of a pumping station located in Qatar. Qatar is classified by the UN as a country of very high human development and is widely regarded as the most advanced Arab state for human development. It is one of the high-income economy, backed by the world's third-largest natural gas reserves and oil reserves. The Al Messila Pumping Station's capacity will be increased by approximately 211%, allowing 14,000 m3/day to be pumped instead of the current 4,500 m3/day in Doha. The project aims to increase the capacity of the pumping stations by 62% to 211% in order to accommodate both current and future sewage flows within these important areas, and to cope with the future development and the expected population growth. Refurbishment works include the installation of new equipment to improve the pumping stations performance and functionality with the upgrade of pumping stations control systems, including new telemetry systems, improved fire alarm and suppression systems, new instrumentation, among others. This is in addition to improved odour control systems to prevent or reduce bad odours in the surrounding regions. Made in Qatar materials are being used in this project, such as concrete, reinforced steel, precast manholes, GRP (glass reinforce plastic) pipes and ducts, GRP tanks, UPVC (unplasticised polyvinyl chloride) pipes and conduits, and RC jacking pipes (concrete pipes).