NEOM is expected to tender three reinforced concrete water reservoirs in the last quarter of the year. According to a MEED report, the first project includes the expansion of an existing facility by 3,900 million liters including the associated utility buildings.
According to the report, utilities and water infrastructure projects comprise roughly 4 percent or $6.5 billion of the total projects planned and under execution in the NEOM city. The largest water scheme is a $1 billion seawater reverse osmosis plant in OXAGON, touted to be the largest floating industrial complex in the world.
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