Sharjah Municipality has reviewed the
best practices and modern techniques used in different municipal fields in
China, mainly engineering, agriculture and environment.
A delegation from Sharjah
Municipality headed by Eng. Hassan Al Tafaq, Assistant DG for the Agriculture
and Environment Sector paid the official visit to china last month, accompanied
by Eng. Khalifa Bin Hedda Alsuwaidi, Assistant DG for Engineering and Building
Sector, Ali Alhmoudi and a number of municipality engineers.
Eng. Hassan Al Tafaq presented during
the visit the role played by the Municipality to fulfill the visions and
guidance of His Highness Dr. Sheikh Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, member of
Supreme Council and Ruler of Sharjah, in order to make the smiley emirate of Sharjah
a place that spreads green spaces and plants across its streets and public
He stated that the municipality is
working on achieving this vision through annual plans to increase the green
space by 15% as well as boosting landscaping with the use of modern irrigation
systems based on artificial intelligence.
Al Tafaq pointed out that this visit
comes in the frame of exchanging expertise and knowledge of the best modern
techniques used in work mechanisms and obtaining state-of-the-art technologies
that suite the nature of the municipal work in Sharjah. The delegation also
conducted a field visit to a number of infrastructure projects and facilities,
including large water-treatment plants that produce treated water to be reused
in many fields specifically in irrigation.
his part, Eng. Khalifa Bin Hedda Alsuwaidi demonstrated the role of the engineering
and building sector in providing and promoting the highest building standards
in the Emirate which is a hub for many aesthetic buildings with beautiful engineering
designs that combine originality and elegance of the past with modern styles.
In addition to that, the delegation reviewed the practices that China do in
engineering, building, planning, consulting, architectural designs and the modern
standards of building materials.