Ashghal has completed the main works of Al Shamal Corniche Development Project and opened the area to the public.
The opening took place in the presence of Al Shamal Municipality director engineer Hamad bin Jumaa al-Mannai. The renovation works was completed in a record time of two months.
Ashghal has been keen to complete the development and maintenance of the Corniche areas in Doha, Al-Khor and Al-Shamal as well as Al Wakrah Beach before Ramadan.
A newly laid walkway at Al Shamal Corniche
Al-Mannai lauded Ashghal’ efforts for implementing several projects that contribute to the development of the North Area and provide benefits to the residents.
He stressed the importance of Al Shamal Corniche Development Project as a recreational destination that promotes a healthy lifestyle.
Al Shamal Municipality's Services Department director Hassan Khalifa al-Faihani described the project as a boon for the local residents.
Ashghal's Buildings Project Management Department project engineer Hassan al-Kubaisi said 26 Pergolas are provided along the beach, and 55 seats distributed between the pedestrian walkway and children’s area. There are two buildings for wash closets, half of which are allocated for people with special needs.
He added that the project includes providing 2,000m for children's play area, which will be completed by mid-June 2018.
The interlock works of the pedestrian walkways has been completed with a length of 2,570m. In addition, 120 parking spaces have been paved with asphalt, covering 7,000sqm. Irrigation works are also done.
The project includes planting 450 trees and palm trees. The installation of light poles is expected to be completed during the first half of Ramadan.
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