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Turkish Firm Wins $88m Grand Kut Water Project

Turkish Firm Wins $88m Grand Kut Water Project

A Turkish firm has won the contract for the $88 million (105 billion Iraqi dinar) Grand Kut water project, according to a report from Aswat al-Iraq.

Sobeih Lafta, the assistant governor for technical affairs in Wassit, told the news agency that the project is intended to end water scarcity in the city.

The project, with a capacity of 10,000 cubic meters/hour, is on a site of 118 donums (30 hectares) in the Umm Heleil area at the northern entrance to al-Kut city and overlooking the River Tigris.

He added that the project, which should be finalized in 540 days, involves the installation of three backup stations, sedimentation basins, a pumping station and the extension of lines and pipeline networks for the city.

The project had been taken away from a now-blacklisted company before in 2005 at a cost of ID70 billion for failing to observe deadlines.

(Source: Aswat al-Iraq)

 

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2 Responses to “Turkish Firm Wins $88m Grand Kut Water Project”

  1. Haider says:

    Do you know the contractor company name?.

  2. Johana says:

    Yes, The company is not the ordinary one.He is the Golden Iraq infrastar company LLC.
    Thanks tome


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