Wadi Hanifa Restoration ProjectInfrastructure restoration project for the Wadi Hanifah Zone 3
Infrastructure restoration project for the Wadi Hanifah Zone 3
With its basin and tributaries forming a unique, 120-km long ecological region, Wadi Hanifah stretches from the Tuwaiq Escarpment to the open desert southeast of Riyadh. The Wadi Hanifah Restoration sought to restore natural balance for rainwater, floods, and surface water flowing from different sources of the city of Riyadh. The objective of the project was to improve the valley and remove pollutants and their sources—and it required rearrangement of existing services.
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- Upgrading and renovation of Wadi River
- Biological treatment of surface water
- Monitoring of water quality and flow
- Improvement of the Wadi road network so as to to better accommodate local access needs
- Landscaping & Hardscaping to re-establish the natural Wadi Bed vegetation
- Piping infrastructure
- Civil, structural and electro-mechanical works