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Extension of the Al Dhaid water treatment plant

Project: Extension and upgrade of a wastewater treatment plant in Al Dhaid, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates

Contractor: Hardco Group, Dubai, UAE

Owner: Al Sharjah Municipality

MEVA Systems: Wall system Mammut 350 with all-plastic facing alkus and a load capacity of 100 kN/m², Push-pull props, Support frames STB 300/450, Column formwork CaroFalt

Engineering and support: MEVA KHK Formwork Systems, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

 
 
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As with many areas in the United Arab Emirates, Sharjah is growing rapidly. To cope with an increase of 150,000 residents, Sharjah Municipality is upgrading its sewage treatment plant at Al Dhaid. Phase 6 extension entails upgrading control systems, improving effluent quality and doubling the plant‘s capacity by 37,400m³ per day. Concrete works include large water tanks with tilted baffle walls, outer and inside walls plus slabs and columns. The site relied on MEVA‘s heavy-duty wall system Mammut 350 and its 100 kN/m² load capacity to master the high pours, tightly scheduled pour cycles, planned and supported by the engineering team at MEVA KHK in Dubai.

 
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