World-Class infrastructure including multi-lane roads, sufficient corridors for utilities (water, power, telecom, sewage and storm water), modular path, hot metal liquid road, rail (future) and waste management. Seawater cooling will be considered on vase-by-case basis.
Power and water allocation has been made by the authorities to Kizad as a development. Successful investors’ applications will have the needed allocation of water and power through Kizad and will be provided directly by the authorities.
ADPC will facilitate the utilities for customers through its One Stop Shop.
Cost of the power and water including connections charges will be as per the published figures of Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Authority (ADWEA).
ADPC will assist by reviewing the designs and ensuring compliance with the Development Control Regulations (DCR) and local regulations.
Yes, factories and businesses will have to pay for their wastes to be collected and treated. They must utilize waste service providers that are approved by the Center of Waste Management - Abu Dhabi.
The first phase will be ready by Q3 2012; however, KIZ will work closesly with the tenants to provide temporary access roads and utilities if required earlier than Q3 2012.
There would be a primary infrastructure which includes the main spine of roads and utilities for the project. The secondary infrastructure design caters for the distribution roads and utilities to the individual industrial clusters. There will be also special roads [Dedicated for specific uses]: the Modular Path – special access to accommodate large vehicles and the Hot Metal Road – special access for transport of hot liquid metal.
Yes through different means depending on the land size and specific requirements of the industry