UAE Ministry of Infrastructure Development to unveiling $2.7bn spend on 36 projects

The UAE Ministry of Infrastructure Development is to launch 36 projects costing around AED10 billion ($2.7bn).

Dr. Abdullah bin Mohammed Belhaif Al Nuaimi, Minister of Infrastructure Development, said the projects, which form portion of the Ministry’s plan for 2017-2021, are based around security, education, health and services, as well as federal roads and maintenance projects.

The budget is divided between effecting and conserving government buildings at a cost of AED6.62bn ($1.8bn); constructing and maintaining federal roads – AED3.38bn ($920 million); along with four road implementation projects costing around They also include the launch of six new health centres and hospitals (AED350m/$95.3m), and security building projects (AED525m/$143m), along with four new schools costing AED600m ($163m), and five public government buildings (AED152m/$41m).

Al Nuaimi stressed that these projects aim to answer to the needs of the UAE’s numerous regions and keep speed with its rapid growth, which needs the development of an advanced infrastructure network.

 

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