The Casablanca delegate has started this major project, anticipating the infrastructure projects planned in its investment program.
The works consist of the extension of the drinking water and liquid sanitation networks, the construction of ducts dedicated to high voltage electricity (MV), as well as the renewal of the public lighting network.
As part of the Boulevard 9 Avril development project, piloted by the Maârif district, Lydec carried out the studies necessary to strengthen and renew the drinking water, liquid sanitation, electricity and street lighting in this area.
The public lighting network along Boulevard 9 Avril will be renovated according to the recommendations of the Lighting Development Master Plan (SDAL). The cost of the interventions carried out by Lydec amounts to 5.7 million DH excluding tax.
In coordination with the urban municipality of Casablanca and the district of Maârif, Lydec mobilized its teams and began work to strengthen and renew the networks on January 5, and this, simultaneously on all the networks. The objective is to minimize the duration of the interventions, which should not exceed 3 and a half months, and also to limit the disturbances linked to traffic.
In detail, these works consist of the extension of the drinking water network by 500 linear meters, the extension of the liquid sanitation network by 250 linear meters, the construction of 400 linear meters of ducts dedicated to high electricity voltage (MV) as well as the renewal of the public lighting network in accordance with SDAL guidelines.