Mabela Park project in Seeb 50% complete

Work on Mabela Park in Seeb reaches 50% completion

Seeb: Construction work continues on the South Maabilah Park project in the Seeb state in the Muscat Governorate, which is being implemented by a private company in the Sultanate of Oman within the framework of partnership and social responsibility and supervised by the Muscat Municipality.

It is considered one of the largest parks in the South Mabela region on a total area of ​​more than 152,400 square meters in the middle of a site containing many urban, residential and commercial facilities.

Eng. Musa bin Salem Al-Saqri, Assistant Director General for Technical Affairs at the Muscat Municipality in Seeb, said that the percentage of work carried out in the project has so far reached 50 percent, and it is hoped to be completed during the current year. The park includes multiple facilities designed according to principles that take into account quality and sustainability standards, and serve various segments of society. Including people with disabilities, including a sports walkway, a bicycle path, and pedestrian overhead bridges to avoid the dangers of crossing the public street, with the establishment of children’s play sites, special equipment for physical sports, public rest houses, and the creation of green spaces, landscaping, and lighting to give the place an aesthetic character. The project also contains multi-use sports fields, a skateboarding site, cafes, sites for mobile vehicles, and the establishment of public service facilities.

He added that the idea of ​​the project is in line with the possibility of benefiting from some open sites with good spaces, and they can be exploited perfectly, serving many population centers and urban areas, adding that the project aims to provide sustainable services to community members, and provide a healthy natural outlet that encourages physical activities. And sports, which contributes to maintaining the physical health of individuals. It is also a forum for the family to gather and relax, especially on official holidays.

Al-Saqri pointed out that the establishment of this project comes within the objectives of Muscat Municipality to strengthen partnership with private sector institutions through the implementation of joint projects, services and facilities that serve all segments of society, and in line with the municipality’s vision of providing environments that support the strategy of modern cities.

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