Al-Jaish Canal Bridge
Al-Jaish Canal Bridge Development – Advancing Eastern Baghdad’s Connectivity.
The Al-Jaish Canal Bridge Development project aims to construct a vital bridge over the Al-Jaish Canal, strategically positioned in the eastern part of Baghdad. The primary objective is to establish a seamless connection, linking Al-Dakhil Street with Palestine Street in the Al-Muhandisin neighborhood. This initiative forms an integral part of a broader endeavor to alleviate traffic bottlenecks within the city.
- Contract Number: 22/2023
- Project Owner: Ministry of Construction and Housing / Department of Roads and Bridges
The project is situated along the Al-Jaish Canal within Baghdad’s Al- Muhandisin neighborhood, serving as a crucial midpoint between the Al-Nahda Bridge and the Bab Al-Sharqi Bridge on the Al-Jaish Canal.
The project involves the design and implementation of key infrastructure components, including a bridge and two overpasses, along the Al-Jaish Canal Road. These thoughtful additions facilitate seamless movement in both directions through the construction of a new road linking the eastern Al-Amanah neighborhood to the western Al- Muhandisin neighborhood. Notably, a bridge spanning the Canal River is a prominent feature of this road network.
Timeline and Commencement:
With a project duration of 240 days, the contractual work commenced on February 5th, 2023. This ambitious timeline has been established to expedite the project’s completion while ensuring the highest quality standards.