Design & Build of M.Mulah Major Roads
15 July 2021
M. Mulah is one of the inhabited islands of Meemu atoll. In length 1440m, width 400m this island has reclaimed during the construction of the jetty. The island has a total population of approximately 1843 citizens.
The government has identified the need to upgrade the current road conditions of M. Mulah and provide a storm water drainage system for the Island — to resolve the issue of flooding that has been recurring in the Island.
RDC is determined to counteract the flooding issue and provide secure and standardized roads to carry out the daily movements in the island and pave the way for continued development.
- Detailed design of the roads including a storm water management system for the proposed roads.
- Construction of sidewalk including construction of drainage gutters, provisions with junction for future utility lines, construction of tree pits, curbstones, and paving of sidewalk using interlocking zigzag blocks.
- Construction of Stormwater management system.
- Construction of Asphalt wearing course including the application of prime coat.
- Installations of road markings including lane lines, road shoulder lines, zebra crossings using thermoplastic paint.
- Installation of speed Breakers and road sign boards.