Lebanon

CREG signed two Gripper TBMs toBeirut Water Supply Tunnel Project

On July 17, 2015, the Italian construction contractor CMC and TBM manufacturer CREG signed a procurement contract of supplying two Gripper TBMs with a diameter of 3.5 m each for the LB-Greater Beirut Water Supply Project in Lebanon. The project development objective is to increase the provision of potable water to the residents in the project area within the Greater Beirut region, including those in the low-income neighborhoods of Southern Beirut, and to strengthen the capacity of the Beirut Mount Lebanon Water Establishment in utility operations. The project includes three tunnels with a...

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