Mazatlan’s Jumapan will replace water and drainage networks of Rafael Buelna Avenue


44.4 million pesos will be invested in this work that will begin the first days of next year

It will be in the early days of 2020 when the Municipal Board of Drinking Water and Sewerage of Mazatlan joins the remodeling work of Rafael Buelna Avenue, with the replacement of the sewerage and drinking water network.

This Tuesday, the Municipal President, Chemist Luis Guillermo Benitez Torres, and the Governor of the State, Quirino Ordaz Coppel, gave the symbolic start of work in a symbolic way, since due to the proximity of the Christmas holiday period the physical start of the works It will begin until January 2.

It is a project financed by the Government of the State and the Municipality of Mazatlan, which will come to change the image of one of the busiest commercial areas of the city, since it is the natural entrance and exit of the Golden Zone.

For the replacement of the drainage and drinking water network by the paving of the 2.9 kilometers in length of Rafael Buelna Avenue, between the avenues of the Sea and the Mexican Army, the City of Mazatlan is providing a little more than 44 million 419 thousand pesos of 188 million pesos of the total cost of the work.

This project will directly benefit residents and merchants of the Lomas de Mazatlan, Hacienda Las Cruces, El Toreo, Alameda, Sánchez Celis, Pueblo Nuevo, Francisco Villa, and Infonavit Playas colonies, but indirectly to the entire city.

The engineer Ismael Tiznado Ontiveros, General Manager of the Jumapam, explained that because the paramunicipal will carry out the replacement work of everything that is pipe, they will be working alongside the construction company that performs the pavement breaking, to the extent When the earthenware is removed, the drinking water and sewerage networks will be introduced.

In what to drinking water network will be 11 thousand 587 linear meters of pipe and 350 household intakes; while in the health network 3 thousand 377 linear meters, 960 linear meters of pressure lines and 300 household discharges are going to be installed, which includes the network of tie-downs, collectors, visitor wells and pressure lines.

The renovation of the potable water and sewerage network is a work that must be carried out prior to paving, to guarantee a useful life of several decades for the work and to have the water and drainage infrastructure within the current regulations.


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