“University Police” in “Al-Shaddiyah”… Soon

– Al-Baghli: In terms of economic sustainability, enterprises must be invested in a correct manner
Al-Hamdan: I hope to transfer the ideas and technology used here to government agencies
– Kamal: Cooling using treated water in housing projects reduces electrical loads
– Al-Randi: The entry of the youth component of the national workforce to supervise the project… an advantage

The Director of the Construction Program at Kuwait University, Dr. Qutaiba Razuki, announced that “Kuwait University has started the procedures for forming the university police, especially since it requires obtaining approvals and some legal matters, and currently there is coordination between the University’s General Secretariat with the Ministry of Interior, to help control security and traffic matters. in Sabah Al-Salem University City in Shaddadieh.


During a field visit by members of the Municipal Council, yesterday, to the Sabah Al-Salem University City in Al-Shaddiyah area, to find out the latest developments of the project, Razzouqi confirmed that “the university city is now in the partial operation phase of 6 colleges, and in the later stages, according to the university’s plan during the first semester. For the next academic year, the faculties of Sharia, Law and Social Sciences will enter, and there are central service stations that have been received, and there is a third station in the delivery stages, and 23 supporting academic buildings in the handover stage, in addition to the administrative building in early 2022 that will be completed.”

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He added that “45 male and female engineers are working on the project, and finally 25 male and female engineers from national cadres were appointed, who will become part of the facilities management team,” noting that “there are 25,000 car parks in the city, which is sufficient and more than needed, and actually since 2019 until now.” Despite the operation of a number of colleges, there was no need for parking, bearing in mind that the parking spaces used only in the southern campus, and located in the northern campus, have not been used so far, and therefore the available parking suffices the need even if all the colleges are operating.”

In turn, a member of the Municipal Council, Maha Al-Baghli, said that “the project is one of the largest projects in the country, especially that the supervising authority includes more than 125 male and female engineers from among the young national cadres that deal directly with the largest contracting and consulting companies,” noting that “there are 17 contractors.” They are working on the site, as 9 colleges have been received, and the rest of them will be delivered in full next year, and the stadiums in 2023, and work is underway on the medical campus.”


Al-Baghli added that “what is remarkable is the use of alternative energy from solar panels, and other matters related to water reuse, in addition to other aspects such as maintaining environmental sustainability and providing field training programs for all. The aim of the visit is to find out what the project is missing, and what the municipal council can contribute In it,” stressing the need for the correct investment of the facilities in the project, whether from theaters or halls, and for the sake of economic sustainability of the project, it must be properly exploited to help in the project’s self-management.

For his part, council member Mishaal Al-Hamadan explained that “the visit to the university city was planned with the aim of knowing the latest developments related to the project, especially as it is considered one of the most important state development projects, and also to develop appropriate solutions in case there are any obstacles in the municipality or the council,” noting To the existence of an expansion request for the external area, provided that it is part of the university’s plan and expansion, and also in anticipation of not being used commercially in the future.

Al-Hamadan revealed that “establishing a central market is among the projects proposed for the city, with the aim of covering the needs of students and professors, as well as benefiting from its financial revenues for the benefit of the university,” stressing that there is no shortage of car parks, as their numbers cover more than what they realistically need. The university took into account the readiness of the buildings, provided that they can expand by 20%, whether horizontally or vertically.


He hoped that “the ideas and technology used in the university city will be transferred to government agencies. Therefore, government agencies should urgently respond to the university administration in any project that takes place within the city, given its distinction not only on the local scale but also in the Middle East.”

For his part, Council member Dr. Hassan Kamal demanded that “the cooling system be applied in the projects of the Public Corporation for Housing Welfare in the suburbs and government buildings, through the use of treated water, and accelerating the application of the mechanism initially in government, commercial and investment projects to reduce electrical loads on major power stations, especially The visit revealed that the university city owns a large and advanced central cooling system capable of covering the entire city, with less electrical energy consumption,” stressing that “this matter will save a lot of electricity bills for the state and the consumer.”

In the same context, Council member Abdul Salam Al Randi said that “what distinguishes the project is the entry of the youth component of the national workforce to supervise such projects, in coordination with international companies,” especially that the university city project is very large, as it is located on an area of ​​6 million square meters. He explained that “the project will be completed in the year 2023, as stated by those responsible for it.”


Al Randi pointed out that «the members followed the visual presentation of the construction buildings, and the use of new technologies that would save time and amounts of change matters, especially that the new technology contributes to addressing errors or intersections that accompany the construction period, whether they are health, technical or engineering, and this is a positive step. We hope to apply it in all other government buildings.”

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